Alphabites – better breakfast from Bear Nibbles

Alphabites on InstagramOur lovely friends Bear Nibbles sent us some Alphabites to try.

It was 4pm, so we couldn’t wait for their breakfast the next morning, as the post-school-tummy-rumbles forced us to open the box – what a GOOD plan that was, we all tucked in, and meanwhile 11yo had the great idea to grab some chalk! Our game of Noughts and Crosses made for a photogenic Instagram opportunity, (I can’t help myself…) and the boys had great fun spelling out words on the slate table mat!

There are two recipes to choose from, Multigrain and Cocoa Multigrain, we’re saving the Cocoa for the weekend as we have some good friends coming to stay at the weekend, and the boys wanted to share them with them (awwww!)

bearnibbles alphabitesWhat are Alphabites?

Crunchy cereal letters made from tasty wholegrains, with no added nonsense. They are tasty, and naturally sweetened, Alphabites do have natural coconut blossom nectar sugar in them – in fact, the lowest sugar levels of any cereal made for kids.  A bowl of Alphabites with milk has 11g of sugar and more than half of those sugars come from the milk. Milk is an important healthy ingredient for growing bones and the fact they don’t add salt to their cereal helps to that end too.

So many cereals contain salt, which, did you know, causes calcium to be lost from the bones at an age. Also, coconut blossom nectar itself contains calcium, which you do not find in refined sugar.

bearnibbles alphabitesIf your kids fancy a change from porridge (my boys’ all time favourite, and it’s a win-win as we’ve sprinkled some of the Alphabites on top of our porridge this morning!) or you’d like to try an alternative to the salty/sugary cereals currently aimed at kids, we have two packs of Bear Nibbles Alphabites to give away…

So what are you waiting for? Why not enter and see how if you’re the lucky winner!

WIN A box of each of Bear Nibbles Alphabites cereals


Entry into the giveaway is really easy:

Follow and tweet the following message: I would love to win #AlphabitesCereals with @Follow_the_Bear via @morekidschaos

For extra entries:

And then leave a comment letting us know you have done it. The winner will be chosen by random and contacted by email. Full Terms and Conditions are below.

Giveaway End Date: Friday 21st March 2014 11.59pm

UK Entries Only

Good luck!

Terms and Conditions:

  • The prize is a two packets of Alphabites cereal. There is no cash alternative.
  • Entrants must tweet the message and then leave a comment on the blog.
  • Entrants must follow @MoreKidsChaos on Twitter, follow @Follow_The_Bear on Twitter and follow MoreKidsChaos on Facebook.
  • All steps listed above must be followed to ensure the proper qualification into the competition
  • UK Entrants only
  • Competition closes on Friday 21st March 11.59pm
  • The winner will be chosen at random by the Kids Chaos team and contacted by email.
  • Winners must respond to the email within 7 days or forfeit the prize. Another winner will then be chosen.
  • The prize will be sent from Bear Nibbles. 
  • Kids Chaos’ decision is final

45 Comments to “Alphabites – better breakfast from Bear Nibbles”

  1. chaos Author

    thanks Emma, hah, I know, can you imagine, spelling out their names, hunting for specific letters! bless 🙂

  2. We tried them for Breakfast Week and they were so tasty. Well I say we tried them as I think I ate most of them. Much too nice for kids.

    1. chaos Author

      haahaa, I LOVE them, wolfed down a big bowl with soya milk this morning, WHAT a birthday treat T!!

  3. liz

    Sounds tasty – cereal is one of my favourite snacks for throughout the day – it’s not just for breakfast! Liked and following on Twitter @lizcomps

  4. Brilliant – love the idea of practicing spelling at breakfast! I like my kids to eat as naturally as possible so we’ll definitely be trying these x

  5. olivia kirby

    I follow on twitter @olivia280177
    These look pretty tasty, I think Melody would like them.

    1. chaos Author

      hah. you weren’t quick enough this morning Maggy…. will save you some for tomorrow x

  6. Mickie Bull

    Have tweeted and followed –


    at last!!!! a tasty cereal that is healthy & appeals to my children 🙂 follow & tweeted (& follow on fb)

    also follow you on fb & twitter
    emma j walters

    1. chaos Author

      I know! They are such a lovely bunch at Bear Nibbles, I’m really pleased for them – this is a great healthy cereal! 🙂

  8. Emma Baker

    I’ve followed all twitter acounts… and the fb page also tweeted! – @pringles01243

    FB- Barry White


    I always use golden syrup on my porridge, not really healthy is it! I have branched out and started trying Almond milk though, so I’m making progress!


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