Kellogg's Ancient Legends Muesli - Quinoa, Apple, Cranberry & Chia Seeds - 2 x 450g packets for £1 at Heron Foods - HotUKDeals
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Kellogg's Ancient Legends Muesli - Quinoa, Apple, Cranberry & Chia Seeds - 2 x 450g packets for £1.00 at Heron Foods

£1.00 @ Heron Foods
Another cereal bargain from the guys at Heron Foods. Kellogs Ancient Legends Muesli. 450g packs. Short date 10/12/16, but a bargain at 2 packets for £1 = 50p per packet. Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Another cereal bargain from the guys at Heron Foods.

Kellogs Ancient Legends Muesli.
450g packs.
Short date 10/12/16, but a bargain at 2 packets for £1 = 50p per packet.
backinstock Avatar
8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
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Heat added. Mostly for doing the arithmetic for me.
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ClownBoy
Heat added. Mostly for doing the arithmetic for me.

Strong username for your comment X)
1 Like #4
Heat added BIS, I've had these and really nice with yoghurt over :D
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maccy1
Heat added BIS, I've had these and really nice with yoghurt over :D

Had some today, sprinkled over yoghurt and with a dollop of honey.
Not as good as the beer I'm having now, but you do have to try.

I'm just glad they weren't four for £2, or I'd not be able to work out the price per packet! :D
3 Likes #6
In reality the pack is half empty.
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kay1992
In reality the pack is half empty.


Strange, but my packs were half full.

Maybe just your local store? :p
1 Like #8
backinstock
kay1992
In reality the pack is half empty.


Strange, but my packs were half full.

Maybe just your local store? :p


Love the picture though, bubble wrap in that one :D
1 Like #9
backinstock
maccy1
Heat added BIS, I've had these and really nice with yoghurt over :D
Had some today, sprinkled over yoghurt and with a dollop of honey.
Not as good as the beer I'm having now, but you do have to try.
I'm just glad they weren't four for £2, or I'd not be able to work out the price per packet! :D

Well, it's Saturday night...nothing is going to beat a bear X)

Hang on, just off to get my calculator :(X)
1 Like #10
maccy1
backinstock
maccy1
Heat added BIS, I've had these and really nice with yoghurt over :D
Had some today, sprinkled over yoghurt and with a dollop of honey.
Not as good as the beer I'm having now, but you do have to try.
I'm just glad they weren't four for £2, or I'd not be able to work out the price per packet! :D
Well, it's Saturday night...nothing is going to beat a bearX)
Hang on, just off to get my calculator :(X)


.............................and a dictionary. :p
1 Like #11
backinstock
maccy1
backinstock
maccy1
Heat added BIS, I've had these and really nice with yoghurt over :D
Had some today, sprinkled over yoghurt and with a dollop of honey.
Not as good as the beer I'm having now, but you do have to try.
I'm just glad they weren't four for £2, or I'd not be able to work out the price per packet! :D
Well, it's Saturday night...nothing is going to beat a bearX)Hang on, just off to get my calculator :(X)
.............................and a dictionary. :p

X)

Well, out of all the spellings the ipad could get wrong... X)
1 Like #12
So the Ancients had Muesli then?

Thought muesli was a creation of multinational cereal manufacturers.
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robin5858
So the Ancients had Muesli then?
Thought muesli was a creation of multinational cereal manufacturers.

They sure did, but much preferred Rice Crispies!
#14
saw this at 75p (from £2+) at Sainsbrys on Thursday but was not much left.
#15
I remember at school when a man in a white coat would wheel in a telly on a stand and in another man would come with tongs to put a tape cartridge in a video machine as big as a clumsy pony, and then we'd get to watch the "Tales of the Ancient Muesli" introduced by a man we can't talk about any more with silver hair, and Gorden the Gopher. I think it had Estaban in it and a Condor made out of Sugar Puffs.

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