320g honey monster puffs £1 at poundland
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320g honey monster puffs £1 at poundland

£1£1.92 48% PoundLand Deals
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Edited by:"Caroline_1993"Found 3rd Dec
Was originally known as sugar puffs, but now has new packaging and rebranded as honey monster puffs.

Ok, this deal is not for everyone. Its not the deal of the centuary but its the cheapest deal around for this cereal.

Next cheapest price was morrisons at £1.92

7 Comments

When did they change the name and why, Used to love these when I was a kid, for breakfast with milk, and then throughout eating just handfuls straight from the box.
No idea what their usual price is these days but £1 seems cheap for any branded cereal. So heat added

goldy1221 m ago

When did they change the name and why, Used to love these when I was a …When did they change the name and why, Used to love these when I was a kid, for breakfast with milk, and then throughout eating just handfuls straight from the box.No idea what their usual price is these days but £1 seems cheap for any branded cereal. So heat added


Cos the word sugar is toxic nowadays, so people avoid it cos they think its full of sugar (even thou it is). The sad thing is that so are most kids cereals but marketing goes a long way towards hiding these things!

WTF. Honey Monster Puffs ?

goldy121 h, 33 m ago

When did they change the name and why, Used to love these when I was a …When did they change the name and why, Used to love these when I was a kid, for breakfast with milk, and then throughout eating just handfuls straight from the box.No idea what their usual price is these days but £1 seems cheap for any branded cereal. So heat added


Don't buy it- they haven't just changed the name. The recipe is considerably different- for the worse. You will be disappointed.

New recipe with 20% more honey sounds great...
until you realise that honey has gone from 3% to 3.6% of the content.
There is still more sugar than honey, so arguably the old name probably still fits better (even if, as they have, the sugar content has been reduced).
Edited by: "premierfella" 3rd Dec

I saw these in Sainsbury's and assumed they were a supermarket own brand version of Sugarpuffs!

Sugar Puffs, Ricicles... I just hope Coco Pops aren't next!

I'm quite happy to live in a country that the moan a minutes dictate what I can and can't eat, as I don't think the title sugar puffs was hiding anything.
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