Gabi Lewis and Greg Sewitz wanted to eat a lot of cereal and not feel bad about it. After a year of research, the pair came up with Magic Spoon, a low-sugar option that isn’t a diet-breaker.
Each of Magic Spoon’s four flavors — cinnamon, frosted, fruity and cocoa — is high in protein (12 grams), low in net carbs (three grams) and contains a negligible amount of sugar. The protein blend is a mix of milk and whey protein, and the sugar dearth is cured by a blend of monk fruit extract, stevia and allulose — all low-calorie sweetners that don’t pack on the pounds.
Cases of Magic Spoon cereal (four boxes) start at $39.
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