Coco Pops HUGE 800g Box only £2 in Asda
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Coco Pops HUGE 800g Box only £2 in Asda

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Found 27th Feb 2012
My son goes through loads of these cerials, so £2 for 800g is a bargain! Even more so when compared to the 550g box which is £2.69!!

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good deal!!

Just bought this deal myself and was about to post, cracking price for as you said, the bigger 800g box! Stock up now people, won't see them cheaper than this.

I like me some Coco Pops so have some heat!

I'd rather have a bowl of Coco Pops.

shuwaz

I'd rather have a bowl of Coco Pops.



Why do you always write in bold? (_;)

MiiCK

Why do you always write in bold? (_;)



I do actually - makes the text stand out better. (not to illustrate a point - except in this case! ). No Asda near me so settle for Amazon. Cheapest is amazon.co.uk/gp/…BTE for 8 packs including delivery.



Edited by: "great-deals" 27th Feb 2012

Anyone know the prices of this at Costco?

great-deals

I do actually - makes the text stand out better. (not to illustrate a … I do actually - makes the text stand out better. (not to illustrate a point - except in this case! ). No Asda near me so settle for Amazon. Cheapest is http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B007EFABTE for 8 packs including delivery.



Makes you look god like?

I got a pack earlier today because the price was good.

Slice up a banana and hoy it in a bowl of coco pops.


My top tip for the day.

Will my toddler still be able to lift this? I don't want to have to get out of bed to get her breakfast.

shadowdogg

Makes you look god like?



Or makes you look like a tw*t.

p.s. Decent deal..the cash machine outside my local Asda does random surveys as you withdraw money and it asked if I'd be buying Coco Pops today. I pressed no..but at this price maybe I've changed my mind lol.

MiiCK

Why do you always write in bold? (_;)




There you go mate, no bold used, only italics. Now go take a chill pill.

As nice as these are, do your kids a favour and make them porridge for breakfast. 1 part porridge 1 part milk 1 part water, stir while heating for about five minutes. Mix in some raisons and honey for flavour.

Much cheaper and much better for you

buckfast67uk

As nice as these are, do your kids a favour and make them porridge for … As nice as these are, do your kids a favour and make them porridge for breakfast. 1 part porridge 1 part milk 1 part water, stir while heating for about five minutes. Mix in some raisons and honey for flavour.Much cheaper and much better for you




I'd rather have a bowl of Coco Pops!

shuwaz

There you go mate, no bold used, only italics. Now go take a chill pill.



You still look incredibly stupid.

MiiCK

You still look incredibly stupid.



Your far too un-intelligent to make such a comment.

Although great tasting, you should try to give your kids a breakfast meal that isnt going to ruin their insulin sensitivity.

Unlike Corn Flakes, these don't contain high fructose corn syrup, however this is the kind of choice that has kids hyper active in the morning, then falling asleep by noon.

I find it alarming when I see parents screaming at their kids because they're either hyper or sleepy and in the next breath they're shoving processed food in their mouths. What a massive contradiction.

Not trying to preach, but its slightly ironic.

heresme86

Although great tasting, you should try to give your kids a breakfast meal … Although great tasting, you should try to give your kids a breakfast meal that isnt going to ruin their insulin sensitivity.Unlike Corn Flakes, these don't contain high fructose corn syrup, however this is the kind of choice that has kids hyper active in the morning, then falling asleep by noon.I find it alarming when I see parents screaming at their kids because they're either hyper or sleepy and in the next breath they're shoving processed food in their mouths. What a massive contradiction.Not trying to preach, but its slightly ironic.



Yeah totally agree with you on that one. But there's not much choice, supermarkets have put smaller businesses out of business. Then they go and add chemicals in everything.

Everything, everywhere is processed, pumped with chemicals or simply on sale at a criminal price (which I personally cant 'always' afford).

I am all for a healthy, organic, pure diet so if you've got any information (e.g. good websites) please let me know.

shuwaz

Yeah totally agree with you on that one. But there's not much choice, … Yeah totally agree with you on that one. But there's not much choice, supermarkets have put smaller businesses out of business. Then they go and add chemicals in everything.Everything, everywhere is processed, pumped with chemicals or simply on sale at a criminal price (which I personally cant 'always' afford). I am all for a healthy, organic, pure diet so if you've got any information (e.g. good websites) please let me know.



'Organic' is quite a gimmick.

The main problem with these cereals is their sugar content. High on the GI index.

As already suggested in this thread, oats are a much better solution. And in all honesty, its so much cheaper to eat clean foods, than it is processed. You can grab a massive bag of steel cut oats from Asda for a couple of pounds which will provide you with many servings. If you wanna sweaten it for kids, through some berrys in.

Eating correctly goes into way too much detail for which I could ever include in this post, but in short, the best way to formulate a meal is to balance the ratio of protein/carbs/fats.

If you google anything regarding these ratios you will find more than enough information as of how to eat and even suggested meal ideas to meet these numbers.

A sensible breakfast could be 1 whole egg, 1 egg white and a serving of oats. Obviously you could dress this up for younger kids.

I think its important to teach kids the notion of eating for function rather than pleasure. They'll thank you later in life when their bodys show the benefits of eating well.

Never disregard the Coco Pops though, its important to have a junk meal a couple of times a week. So long as the rest of the weekly meals come from whole sources. If it runs, flys, grows on a plant or in the ground, its good to eat.

Make them a green smoothie, call it a Shrek Smoothie. Better than this death in a box that wrecked my own childhood. SAVE THE CHILDREN!!!

shuwaz

Your far too un-intelligent to make such a comment.



"You're"

*facepalm*

I wish there was an Asda near me. I go through loads of these and the best price i usually get is £2 for the 550g box

I'm going to write in bold so everybody notices me. Herp derp derp.

They also have the large Family Value Pack (750g) of Frosties for £2 too - Heat added btw.

They were £3.68 in Asda Andover
I took a picture but dont know how to upload it

Thanks just brought 4 boxes,excellent price,heat added
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