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Top your weet-bix with halved strawberries, pumpkin seeds, and honey if desired, then enjoy!Weet-Bix TM is a popular whole grain wheat breakfast cereal in New Zealand and Australia.It comes in the form of palm-sized (approx. 8 cm × 4 cm x 1.7 cm) rectangular biscuits. Made by the Sanitarium Health Food Company, it is 97% wholegrain wheat and is “the official breakfast of the All Blacks”.

History Edit. Weet-Bix was developed by Bennison Osborne in Sydney, Australia in the. 2 Weetabix; 125ml Semi skimmed milk or milk of choice; One banana; 1 dessert spoon (10g) peanut butter (smooth or crunchy) or nut butter of choice; 1 dessert spoon (10g) honey METHOD: 1. Peel & slice the banana 2. Place two Weetabix in a bowl, top with banana slices, a spoonful of peanut butter and a drizzle of honey on top 3. Add milk and enjoy!4 large fresh strawberries; 1 tsp dried cranberries; 1 tbsp pistachios; 2 Weet-Bix™ or Gluten Free Weet-Bix™ 140ml milk or milk alternative; Email ingredients.

As well as being a great high protein, low calorie breakfast idea, Weetabix also provides children and adults alike with a great source of fibre as they contain 3.8g per portion. white chocolate, strawberries, weetabix, vanilla paste, coconut oil and 6 more Crispy Cajun Chicken Nuggets Hungry Healthy Happy weetabix, cajun seasoning, egg, chicken breasts. 1 pint (1 pound) strawberries; 2 tablespoons orange blossom honey; 3 tablespoons lemon juice, from a Meyer lemon if possible. Weetabix lends itself to many, sweet and savoury, mouth-watering recipes.

When you cook from scratch you know what’s gone into your food. So, start with great ingredients and make something amazing. Here are some delicious recipes. Banana Weetabix blueberry muffins. So I’ve been taking the time to look at the packets and work out the calories I’m where I thought I could have for Weetabix I think I’m better off with 3 where the 100 mils of whole milk and a tablespoon of yummy honey so that’s my breakfast for the day.

Allow the strawberry puree to sit for a few minutes, and then gently skim the bubbles that have formed off of the surface of the puree. Pour honey into a medium bowl, and vigorously whisk strawberry puree into honey, until fully.

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Add the cooled milk and honey and mix just until combined.

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  • My favourites are shredded wheat, wheat biscuits and porridge all with milk, berries, bananas and sometimes seeds. I never add sugar to my cereals and sweeten it up naturally with the fruit and milk.

  • Jamie’s cereal land is like communist Russia.. If he takes away cartoon mascots that’s where I draw the line. Destroying art and its purpose is disgusting. What is this? Equalibrium (2002)?

  • Pant based milk is good too
    I also like oat bran in the microwave with some water
    Reminder 4 grams sugar to a teaspoon love the Channel

  • In Korea, i can buy nothing without tax. is weet-bix same with weetabix? i can buy only weet-bix in korea. others are too expensive because of tax.

  • You may have grown up eating Weet-a-bix as a kid, but, millions of aussies grew up on Weet-a-bix’s predecessor… Weet-Bix:D Both were created by the same guys but Weet-Bix came first. It’s amazing how many people don’t like it though.

    I like Weet-Bix with full-cream milk (the Hi-Lo and Skim are pretty much tasteless) along with a banana.

  • It would have been nice to see some gluten-free and oat-free options, although most people who eat gluten-free probably have a pretty good idea of the ingredients and nutritional content of what they are putting in their bodies.

  • Yes my blocking people is rude, but if you work in a factory like this one, sometimes your supervisor may give you a rule which is to keep some stuff secret. Sometimes secrecy is needed for safety reasons.

  • The 5 Healthiest Cereals are 5 bowls of Coco Pops smothered in syrup. The worst are 5 bowls of Coco Pops smothered in syrup whilst watching Jamie Oliver…puke inducing.

  • Oats and shredded wheat are two of my favorite and typical breakfast foods. So is Cream of Wheat, made with 1% milk. Your thoughts, Jamie?

  • Theres no longer any cartoons on tv commercial anymore and now an arrogant brit like him doesn’t want them on cereal boxes, I suppose he wants his big vain head on them instead

  • Thanks for touching all that food with your bare hands and then put them back in the jars. Btw, that is the biggest shredded wheat cereal I have ever seen. Where can I find it?

  • I adore old fashioned oatmeal but I remember the scotch oats when I was at school in the UK. So creamy I must learn how to make them. Grew up with shredded wheat and oatmeal so watching this about scotch oats and Weetabix was a great reminder!! I’ll look that up on Amazon. Great idea to have with nuts, fruit, and seeds. Thanks Jamie!

  • Breakfast as important?! Total BS Jamie. Heard of intermittent fasting? Well you should try it, just take a look at your own chicken flesh paunch you’re holding. Or maybe I should be calling it slit pig’s throat belly flesh.

  • Have to say, I really enjoyed this video. I eat all of these. Been on a low sugar thing for a while. The only downside for me any ways is that you do have moments where temptation gets the better of you and then you’re hands deep in some milky bar buttons. ��

    Any advice on healthy swaps would be awesome!

  • Oats with a lump of butter and after that melts add a little brown sugar and after that mets whole milk or cream. One of my faves. I have substituted rasins for sugar. Still good

  • While I would hope that the majority of people knew this info. already, I wanted to watch this to see if you had, indeed, taken a balanced view. Love that you have! Too many individuals jumping on the ‘everything is poison’ bandwagon! We all know excess sugar is not good…..but a balanced diet, including all food groups, is a good thing! Too many people with allergies these days, and you wonder whether it’s from lack of exposure (i.e, women who avoid certain foods while pregnant/breastfeeding are shown to have children at increased risk of allergy to that food nuts being one example). So many things contribute to health and longevity, attitude being a big one! Fertility another. Obviously genetics, too. I think a fear of food will kill people a lot faster than consuming dairy ��

  • A few chopped dates in any cereal is very good for the sweet kick. Plus you get some nutrition from them and not just empty calories.

  • As a kid, I used to dip my weetbix in a cup of milk for the perfect crunch yet smooth consistency. Now, as I got shredded and continue to maintain, I eat 8 weetbix that fits perfectly in a rectangular plastic container and add cold water till it just covers the top and wait a couple minutes for full saturation like a chunky porridge. That amount of fiber combined with that much water gives me the perfect stool and cleans my digestive track. If you can eat oats with water, you’ll have no problem with this.

  • I put a few prunes into a bowl of bran flakes and add home made coconut rice milk and it tastes amazing. I have insulin dependant diabetes and the sugary cereals cause absolute chaos with blood sugar control, however Jamie Oliver is so right with this video, these cereals are slow burning so they prevent hunger in between meals keeping energy levels up.

  • Corn flakes may have “low added sugar” variations but they’re still made out of starchy corn and starch is transformed into sugar.

  • There’s nothing closer to my heart than a good handul of granola. When I cleaned up my life and began eating right that’s one of the things I found satisfaction in. I eat granola at the couch while watching TV, on a hike, if I’m hungrier than normal at work and can’t find 2 fresh bananas that look good then I’ll go to the bulk part of the store and grab 0.70¢ worth of good granola to fill me up. But my favorite thing to do with it is every week I take a box of flake granola (the flat ones) and a box of crunches (the little round bites) and mix them together in a tub with a good bit of 75% dark chocolate chips. I eat a cup of that with 2 tbsp of yogurt, a splash of skim milk, and ocassionally peanut butter every night as my last meal. Its lovely. I like to change up what types I get too. For flake granola I either usually get Vector or Just Right (not technically a granola but it works beautifully), and crunches is the house brand of wherever I’m shopping but I like sampling everything, as long as the nutrition facts are solid on it.

  • “Any milk, skimmed, semi, or whole”  lol are you living in the 90’s Jamie??  You know non-dairy milks are available now, and they’re healthier than cow milk aren’t they?

  • I’m an American just finding out about these little suckers for the first time, and I gotta say it’s mind boggling. That’s not even a joke.

    What do you mean there’s not a RIGHT way to eat them? What’s the…the default, normal, “correct” preparation of weetbix?

  • In the summer I have 2 weetabix in a bowl not crushed, pour some cold milk evenly on them not too much or too little then add some sugar on top of the weetabix and done. In the winter I will do the same but what i will do differently is when the milk is poured on them i will put it into the microwave to heat up a little bit. Once out of the microwave then add some sugar on top of the weetabix

  • I have to agree, oats are such a great staple to have, been eating it my whole life and it is great on it’s own, plain cooked with water but you can make it cooked, baked, microwaved, overnight, warm, cold, with spices, fruit, nuts, seeds, veg..I mean, options are endless �� #teamoats ��

  • I either crush 2-3 weetabix in a bowl or leave them whole, I pour red milk over them. I mix the crushed weetabix with the milk until it forms a porridge texture, I leave the whole ones to soak in the milk themselves.
    Then I top the weetabix with a small amount of powdered sweetener and chuck some strawberries and blueberries on top. It’s delicious

  • Fellow American here and I was able to get my hands on weet-bix at my local grocery store. (I sent a picture to my English friend and she confirmed they were in fact weetbix) now she’s telling me to crush up in a bowl with lots of milk and add into microwave and add honey….so many ways to eat!

  • I put 4 in a bowl then milk and then crush it and it’s perfect or I just add hot water then tip it out once weetbix is soft then sugar then put milk in then u got itself a hot weetbix

  • I prefer Weetabix. Invented by the same people but a better product. If the NZ courts block this product being sold in niche stores Sanitarium’s charitable status will need to be revoked because they certainly aren’t behaving in a charitable manner. In any case it is possible to circumvent the courts & NZ customs. It already happens on a daily basis.

  • Brown sugar, cold soy milk, then weetbix one by one quickly eaten while still crunchy! I usually do around 5, but sometimes 7
    I used to do maple syrup but that was expensive

  • isn’t it a bit redundant to allow a TV series called how its made to record your factory if you have no intention of revealing how its made?

  • She has weetabix dry with butter. What the fuck. And marmite

    What the fuck are these creatures, are they even human? Or are they crustaceans masquerading as people.

  • i remember as a kid we used to compete on who could eat the most weetbix cause tim cahil would always be like “how many do you do” lol

  • I never heard of weet Bix not sure if I can buy it where I’m at didn’t know that type of cereal would be in blocks that’s pretty cool

  • Weetbix is bad for you. As are most cereals. It raises your blood pressure fast because it raises your blood glucose.

    If youre ADDING sugar, why? It has sugar IN IT.

    Have oatmeal/porridge with banana and a bit of milk.

  • sir, sorry to share my concern, however, i noticed that making a simple bowl of weetbix had you incredibly out of breath. I don’t know much, i am no doctor, but i suggest that you lay off the smokes or go see a doctor. I wanna see more quality content like this

  • long time subscriber here, i am disappointed to see the turn of content on this channel. A channel once vibrant with catholic gaming videos has now turned sour with some filthy frankesqu low brow comedy humour. Shame on you Jason.

  • 2:12 the reason they didn’t let How It’s Made film is because inside those machines are enslaved, malnourished grandmothers chained in a line, knitting the wheat together

  • I have never related to other people as much as I did when I came to this comment board about shredded wheat…what a mysterious world we live in.

  • Am I the only one who waits until it actually gets shredded and falls apart before eating it??? I feel like I’m the only one that does this and I feel like I’m insane

  • Dang, i tried building the machine in my apartment, but i cannot figure out how many layers! Three layers made lucky charms though which tastes pretty good. One layer was raisin brand and it was gross!

  • Why does everyone get so heated over nutrition? All these healthy videos always have some harshly criticizing people’s idea of “healthy”. Come on guys let’s just be informative and nice. Let’s not point fingers. ��

  • I make weetabix in a cup with a lot of milk and a tbsp of instant coffee added to it. Then I just microwave it and volla a magnificent breakfast prepared

  • my mother used to love those things. Me, Dad, and my brother couldn’t stand them. We always said the only reason she liked them was so that she could have a box of cereal to herself, lolololol

  • Nah mate. You chuck two in a dish side by side, bit of milk, bit of sugar. Then you chops bits off with your spoon edge until its all gone. Repeat.