Are weetbix dairy free?

Are weetbix dairy free?

Weet-Bix Slice – Gluten & Dairy Free! A scrumptious slice that’s perfect for lunchboxes or boosting morale!

How many calories are in a slice of weetbix?

Nutrition Information

Per serve
Energy (kJ) (Cal) 890 215
Protein (g) 2.0
Fat (g) Saturated Fat (g) 8.0 3.0
Carbohydrate (g) Sugars (g) 34 25

How many carbs are in a Weet-Bix slice?

Nutrition Information

Calories 107 (447 kJ)
Protein 3.7 g 7%
Total Fat 0.4 g 1%
Saturated Fat < 0.1 g 0%
Carbohydrate 20.1 g 6%

How do you make weetbix?

Place the milk, water, oats and crushed banana into a medium sized pot and bring to a gentle boil. Turn down and cook for 2 minutes, crumble the weet-bix into the mix and stir. Spoon the mixture into a breakfast bowl and serve hot with a splash of warmed milk, fruit & nut mix and a drizzle of maple syrup.

Is Weet-Bix vegan?

The perfect recipe for school lunchboxes! As a nutritionist and mother Weetbix is one of the only packet cereals I am okay serving to my children. They are pretty low in sugar, high in fibre and are iron-fortified. They can be a great source of iron for vegan and vegetarian children.

Are Weet-Bix good for weight loss?

Weetabix also provides children and adults alike with a great source of fibre as they contain 3.8g per portion. This makes it perfect for all those looking to improve their digestion, as well as include more protein and fewer calories in their diet.

Are Weet-Bix fattening?

At Healthy Food Guide, we have no problem with people – children and adults alike – eating Weet-Bix as part of a balanced diet. As breakfast cereals go, Weet-Bix is low in sugars, sodium and saturated fat, while being high in fibre. To make a balanced breakfast, we’d recommend adding skim/trim milk.

What’s the difference between Weet-Bix and Weetabix?

Produced in the UK since 1932, Weetabix is the British version of the original Australian Weet-Bix. Both Weet-Bix and Weetabix were invented by Bennison Osborne, an Australian.

What are gluten free Weet-Bix made from?

Weet-Bix™ Gluten Free is made from sorghum, an ancient grain that’s naturally gluten free and made in a separate factory dedicated to making gluten free products. Best of all, it tastes great, is 96% wholegrain and low in sugar from Sanitarium Australia.