Fuel Granola Low Sugar - £1 @ Home Bargains
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Fuel Granola Low Sugar - £1 @ Home Bargains

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LocalFound 6th Feb
Home Bargains are doing the Fuel Granola Low Sugar version for £1 at the moment.

Not sure if national but was in my local Home Bargains (Southend) and was quite a lot of stock when I was in there.

Think that this may be to make way for new package design for the same product so please check the best before dates if you are getting some.
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Decent price - heat added (and thanks for sharing)
Hot find! Thanks, OP.
Tesco are selling this on offer reduced from £3 to £2.
1.9g of sugar per 50g serving, which is well below my max!
I'll be searching my local Home Bargains store tomorrow.
Cheap but I personally didn't like the taste. Original ones don though. Just expensive at £3 for a small box..
I really do love the original chocolate one, but this low sugar version tastes like cardboard. I had to go back and get the full sugar version and mix half & half.
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I was thinking that would be the case @AlexBishop so didn't purchase any but may go back and get a box today and add some ON protein shake to the milk to try and mask the taste

@dkl_uk have you tried putting fresh fruit with this or does that not do anything to improve the taste?
Edited by: "bignallm" 7th Feb
bignallm7th Feb

I was thinking that would be the case @AlexBishop so didn't purchase any …I was thinking that would be the case @AlexBishop so didn't purchase any but may go back and get a box today and add some ON protein shake to the milk to try and mask the taste@dkl_uk have you tried putting fresh fruit with this or does that not do anything to improve the taste?


It probably would improve the taste but I don't put fruit in cereal that isn't already included in the box. As an alternative, I buy a fairly healthy cereal and buy my own 90% dark chocolate then smash it to bits and add some to the bowl. Does the job nicely.
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clever idea about the dark choc @dkl_uk will give a go and thanks for taking the time to respond.
bignallm2 h, 49 m ago

clever idea about the dark choc @dkl_uk will give a go and thanks for …clever idea about the dark choc @dkl_uk will give a go and thanks for taking the time to respond.


Not a problem. The Tesco finest is always the cheapest and best taste. I wouldn't suggest going for no frill or no-name brands because it might taste like arse. It's usually healthier as well, compared to say Lindt which costs 3x as much.
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