Written on: 09/08/2012 by vhvet (3 reviews written)
Weetabix is my favourite cereal, I have it plain with milk but no sugar. I love porridge from oats in the winter, again no sugar. So, in theory, I should like Oatabix, especially as they're from the same makers as Weetabix. I tried Oatabix and they're horrible; they taste floury,and they are too sweet. Steer clear of this cereal. (read more)
Written on: 12/04/2012
Had two attempts at eating these (love Weetabix so thought these would be similar), but had to throw the whole bowlful away both times as they were so disgusting. Indeed threw the rest of the pack away into the garden, but even the birds didn't like them!! I imagine this is what compressed sawdust tastes like and I'm afraid I cannot find anything good to say about them. A waste of money! (read more)
Written on: 18/01/2011
I love Weetabix and when out shopping saw Oatibix and thought I would give them a try.
First impressions were good,lighter than Weetabix with an almost golden look to them. I found I had to put a lot more milk on them in comparison to Weetabix as they were rather tough to get the spoon into!
Sprinkled with a little sugar really didn't help with the flavour for me. I can only compare them to glorified cardboard! I found the taste awful, very manufactured and chemically. I had my husband try... (read more)
Written on: 06/01/2011
Very tasty and healthy cereal , I add a litte dried fruit to mine , I am a keen runner and they are a good source of energythe tubbies will probably not like the taste. (read more)
Written on: 16/09/2009
I recently purchased a packet of Oatibix after reading recent reviews strongly recommending its use because of the (apparently) healthy attributes. I was so looking forward to trying this product, however, I was most disappointed, in fact I was absolutely disgusted with the taste and, after enduring almost a quarter of a biscuit, I gave up and decided to throw the remainder of the first biscuit and the whole contents of my newly acquired packet in the bin. I wouldn't even feed this to... (read more)
Written on: 30/05/2009
Weetabix Oatibix is the toughest cereal I've ever tried to eat. Absorbs milk like
an industrial sponge. Very stodgy and it will not last long or sell well in my view (read more)
Written on: 15/02/2009
Weetabix Oatibix are healthy and taste pretty good. Great cereal, they are more filling than Weetabix but taste quite similar. They are more heavy than Weetabix.
I would recommend adding more milk than you would with other cereals as they soak up a lot. (read more)
Written on: 21/09/2006 by nonworkingmonkey (1 review written)
Weetabix Oatibix is kind of nice but I like them mainly because they are like Weetabix, which I cannot eat because wheat makes me blow up like a balloon and take off into the sky.
I'm giving them a low rating because they're almost impossible to find. It's not like I'm looking for the Holy Grail, I'm looking for a cereal product. It's all well and good advertising a product, but if it's not available in the shops, stop advertising it. I finally found them in a Sainsbury's in Clapham after... (read more)
Written on: 04/09/2006 by Helen of Troy (188 reviews written)
Made with Oats instead of wheat, I thought I would give these a try instead of our usual wheat biscuits or Weetabix. First impression, looks very similar, just a little lighter and more golden in colour. In the bowl they go! Pour on some milk, sprinkle with a little sugar. First spoonful- feels a little firmer than Weetabix. The taste experience- VERY NICE! A little milder in taste, easy to masticate, very slightly heavier in texture. My 8yr old was reluctant, the only cereal he will eat... (read more)
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