Gluten free cereals are super expensive compared to "regular" cereals, they hardly go on sale, and are more likely to not be fortified with any vitamins and minerals.
I generally do not eat a lot of cereal, but I will have it for a snack, or when I travel as a quick snack/breakfast. If I happen to be stuck somewhere and have a container full of cereal, I can probably track down some sort of milk/non-dairy beverage to add to it.
A little while ago I picked up a box of El-Peto Whole Grain Corn Flakes. They are usually around $5 a box, but these were 50% off, so I figured it was worth a sample at least. The ingredients are pretty simple, whole grain corn, corn and salt.
I opened up the bag, and took a few out to sample. Ummm, they did not really taste good :(. They were not crunchy (and they hadn't expired), and just sort of a dry, overall, mushy taste - without even getting to the milk stage......
El Peto has been around a long time in the gluten free world, and I find their products are really hit or miss. This was a miss for me. I'm sure I might be able to find some recipe that calls for crushed corn flakes to use them up, but otherwise, I don't think I'll be sitting down to a bowl of these any time soon!
Anyone try El Peto products they really liked?