|2013 All Bran Box|
While it makes a filling and reasonably low calorie breakfast, it's extremely versatile and works well in recipes where you want to add a little extra fibre.
For example, try adding All Bran to home-made wholemeal muffins.
It also adds a nice crunch when sprinkled on top of a fruit salad or yogurt.
Nutritional Information: Per 40g bowl (with125 ml semi skimmed milk): 193 calories, 25g protein, 13g carbohydrates, 12g sugar, 3.5g fat, 1.5g saturates, 11g fibre, 0.6g salt.
Nutritional Information: Per 100g dry: 334 calories, 14g protein, 48g carbohydrates, 18g sugars, 3.5g fat, 0.7g saturates, 27g fibre, 1.15g salt.
|Old Style All Bran|
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