Is Magic Spoon cereal good?
Ahhh... Magic Spoon. The grain-free, gluten-free, all-natural, low carb, protein-packed cereal for adults.
I have been eating it since 2019.
Short answer: YES. Magic spoon is good. Delicious. I've been eating it after workouts, and I must say, I like Blueberry the best. I don't think they're currently selling Blueberry, though. They constantly change their flavors.
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What can I add to the cereal to make it taste better?
I like to add various things, like a mixture of nuts + fruits + milk.
Some of the combinations I like include:
- Magic Spoon Blueberry + walnuts + blackberries
- Magic Spoon Peanut Butter + almonds + whole milk
- Magic Spoon Peaches and Cream + macadamic nuts + whole peaches + coconut/almond milk
I also like to add crumbled Magic Spoon cereal to my yogurt or protein shakes to give it some extra oomph.
Is Magic Spoon legit?
I would certainly hope so.
As some of you might know, Peter Attia, a longevity physician and one of my thought leaders, frequently raves about Magic Spoon. He says his kids love it. The ingredients are all-natural, too.
What is magic spoon made of?
Magic spoon has all-natural ingredients. It's made without artificial colors or sweeteners. 0g of sugar, too!
- Milk protein blend
- Sweetener blend (some mixture of allulose, stevia, and monk fruit)
- Oil blend (high-oleic sunflower oil)
- Tapioca starch (from the cassava root)
- Chicory root inulin
- Cocoa powder
- Natural flavors
- Vegetable juice
- Turmeric extract
- Spirulina extract
Does Trader Joes, Whole Foods, or Walmart sell Magic Spoon?
No. In fact, you can't even buy it on Amazon (yet). You have to go to their website in order to buy it.
How much does Magic Spoon cereal cost?
Magic spoon costs $39. You can get FREE shipping if you type in the Magic Spoon Discount Code "STEF" at checkout.
Which is better Cereal School or Magic Spoon?
Cereal school tastes like cardboard compared to Magic Spoon. There, I said it. Cereal School recently changed their name to "Schoolyard Snacks".
Schoolyard Snacks costs $44.99 for 24 bags (2 flavors) whereas Magic Spoon costs $39 for 4 boxes (4 flavors).
In other words, Schoolyard Snacks is $0.85/gram while Magic Spoon is $0.5/gram of cereal. Magic spoon is 30% cheaper than Schoolyard Snacks (aka Cereal School).
My overall impression of Magic Spoon
I love the texture. It's crunchy, a little salty, and actually tastes like it's respective flavors.
Fruity tastes like Fruity Pebbles. Cocoa tastes like Cocoa Puffs. Peanut Butter tastes like Reese's Puffs. Cinnamon tastes like Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Frosted tastes like... You guessed it, Frosted Flakes.
I also love when the cereal is gone but there's still milk on the bottom. It makes the milk taste super sweet like when you were a kid!
I recently ordered Cocoa, Fruity, and 2x Blueberry. Blueberry is my favorite, by far!
The #1 complaint I have about Magic Spoon is that the cereal gets stuck to my teeth. For some reason, the cereal is super sticky. Could be the milk protein mixed with the inulin?
Also, I get bloated when I eat it. It's not horrible, but it is a concern. I believe it has something to do with the Allulose sweetener.
Oh, and two of my friends who've tried it have complained about constipation.