Elana, did you say Keto Cereal? Yes, I did! My friends Gabi and Greg have created a low-carb Keto Cereal called Magic Spoon.
Magic Spoon Keto Cereal
This is the only cereal in my pantry. I stopped buying breakfast cereal in 1998 when I went gluten-free after being diagnosed with Celiac Disease.
That’s because breakfast cereal used to be a carb bomb. Not anymore. Magic Spoon Keto Cereal has only 3 grams net carbs per serving and is absolutely loaded with protein –12 grams!
Like me, one of my boys has Celiac Disease. Now, it’s amazing to have a low-carb, gluten-free cereal that I can feel great about giving them for a high-protein, healthy breakfast when they need to get out the door fast.
Magic Spoon Cereal Flavors
With four magically delicious flavors, each a nod to your childhood favorite, Magic Spoon tastes just like you remember, only better and without all the crud.
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Where to Buy Keto Cereal
Grab yourself a box of Magic Spoon Keto Cereal and use code PANTRY for free shipping.
Spudreau, wanted to update you that Magic Spoon now ships to Canada.
I just ordered the variety box for my Celiac daughter and husband (hubby on Keto too). Thank you for the free shipping code!
Leila, have you seen this recipe:
I think you’ll love Magic Spoon in a bowl with almond milk, and also in the candy bar above!
It’s important to note that this cereal is made in a shared facility. I was thrilled to finally have a ‘safe’ cereal to offer my Celiac son. But, with no other new products introduced, has a canker sore and complained of stomach cramps after eating. I can’t be positive that it’s the contamination of Magic Spoon’s cereal, but I’m currently feeling that there’s no truly safe cereal unless it’s made in a dedicated gluten-free facility.
Jen, thanks for your comment. I caught up with the founders of Magic Spoon and here’s a recap of processes at the facility:
“Our cereal is Certified Gluten-Free, but it is made in a shared facility. We test product in and product out, and can guarantee that we comply with the the Gluten-Free Certification Organization’s requirement to contain no more than 10 parts per million gluten.”
They also let me know that the facility does week-on/week-off GF with full washdowns in between.
Kathleen White says
Is the free shipping option still available? It didn’t work for me, but was offered a year ago.
Kathleen, yes there is! We’ve gotten this working thanks to your comment :-)
Where can I get it in Canada?
Spudreau, it’s not yet available in Cananada :-(