Frankly, if you eat these straight it is not the greatest fun. However, added to yogurt or most anything is just fine. And yes, they do help keep things "regular", if you know what I mean!
Strangely enough, I mixed these with some whole cream - just enough cream to make a paste and added some Fiber Fit (regular Splenda might work) and it tasted like the filling from a Mounds candy bar! Even having the same texture! You could probably add cocoa and almonds to make something like an Almond Joy. Weird, huh?
I am almost tempted not to write about these because they are so awesome! On my first taste, I actually thought they were going to be a waste of $5. But, these sprinkles make THE best cereal. Add some cinnamon, stevia, and almond milk (and coco powder) and I could literally finish the entire bucket! I also want to try baking with it to see!
Love this product... You can really get creative with it. It is great sprinkled on yogurt or pudding, or you can even add hot water, sweetener, and cinnamon for an oatmeal-like breakfast that will keep you regular!
If you do add hot water, cinnamon and a little sweetener to make an "oatmeal," another way to make this delicious is to add Walden Farms pancake syrup or caramel sauce! Low carb, sugar-free, and VERY filling.
I like to add Fiber Sprinkles to recipes for my baked goods, in particular, my low carb version of Gooey Butter Cake. I use it for the crust portion of the recipe - in addition to the extra fiber, it gives the crust a graham cracker flavor. Would definitely recommend if you want to add fiber and flavor to your baking with minimal carbs.
I love this stuff. I put 3 tablespoons in a small container and take it along with a container of Greek yogurt (14 grams of protein) to work. Sprinkle the fiber over my yogurt and I am good for hours and hours. The fiber plus the protein keeps a person satisfied for a long time and the sprinkles taste so good with the yogurt.
I follow a low glycemic diet plan and these are fantastic. I add this to almost everything. I find it an easy pleasant way to add fiber and reduce carb absorption in foods that I eat. Have recommended it to my friends.
I have been enjoying the brancrisps and decided to try out the flakes and they did not disappoint. Perfect in yogurt, frozen yogurt and just a grape nuts type cereal with milk. It's basically a brancrips crumbled in perfect tiny flakes.
I'm still experimenting but my favorite recipe so far is 1/2 cup Froyo with 1Tbsp PB2 and 3 Tbsp Bran flakes and some dark chocolate covered cocoa nibs. YUMMY YUM YUM
These are great. I have been eating the crackers for a couple of months now, following my own made up diet and i have actually dropped 15 lbs. While I have gotten use to the crackers, they are not the most exciting to eat! I figured I would try the sprinkles, good move on my part!. 3 crackers for breakfast, 4-5 tbsp of sprinkles in my lunchtime salad (awesome!), few more in late afternoon yogurt, I find my appetite fully curbed for dinner and the rest of the evening, which have generally been my problem.