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20-Count Quaker Breakfast Squares Variety Pack (Apple Cinnamon & Strawberry) EXPIRED

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But, but it has no high-frutose corn syrup Smilie
Yes not really healthy, but less bad than a glazed jelly donut or blueberry muffin in the morning.
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it always amazes me they try to push these as "health food'... it's so far from it.
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it always amazes me they try to push these as "health food'... it's so far from it.
But, but it has no high-frutose corn syrup Smilie
Yes not really healthy, but less bad than a glazed jelly donut or blueberry muffin in the morning.
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Be weary about ordering these unless you plan on eating them rather quickly. A lot of negative reviews saying they expire a month (or weeks in some cases) after they got them.
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less bad than a glazed jelly donut or blueberry muffin in the morning.
Yeah, but it doesn't taste as good either! The problem with these things is that they taste healthy even though they aren't, so they don't satisfy junk food cravings.
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it always amazes me they try to push these as "health food'... it's so far from it.
I think a better term is "healthier". For sure better than say pop tarts but it's not like eating straight up fruit by any stretch.
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Be weary about ordering these unless you plan on eating them rather quickly. A lot of negative reviews saying they expire a month (or weeks in some cases) after they got them.
You can freeze most baked goods.
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it always amazes me they try to push these as "health food'... it's so far from it.
They look very healthy.
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I think a better term is "healthier". For sure better than say pop tarts but it's not like eating straight up fruit by any stretch.
Not so fast.
They have about the same amount of sugar and calories.
There's nothing healthy about it. Calling it "healthier" or anything relating to health is falling into their marketing trap.

Just call it candy for what it is.
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These taste gross, and Quaker Oats should feel bad.
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https://www.thehealthymaven.com/2...balls.html

Better option, for you cooking challenged folk. Just mix, roll up in balls, and put in the fridge.
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Don't waste your money, these are terrible. IMO the texture is like baby food, the flavor is pretty bad and I wound up throwing away half of them because I didn't realize they expired within a month.
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Love these. Thanks.
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it always amazes me they try to push these as "health food'... it's so far from it.
Where does it say it's a health food? Not doubting I just don't see it. I read through the page on Amazon and all I was seeing were things like "tasty and fulfilling"
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