6 Reviews

Very pleasant taste, I look forward to having this again! Found Weetabix in our local market, and used 2, as 1 large Weet-Bix weighs the same as 2 Weetabix, per company data. The taste of Weeatabix reminded me of toasted oatmeal, so it tastes better than our shredded wheat (although after blending, the shredded wheat might also do the trick). One 4-oz. can of diced peaches came almost to 1/2 cup, so that was very convenient. Made for Photo Tag.

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KateL December 14, 2013

For some reason my kids (12,15,17) have gone off milk at a time where they need it..They like their weet bix with vegemite or jam in the morning. I whip this up and they have it in addition to their weetbix. As they burn it all off through sports training and school it gives them that extra boost they need.

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angelmate April 18, 2008

Well, there went that experiment. I tried posting my review and clicking on submit only once, and it didn't show up and now I have to re-write it. Recently I have to click submit twice, and make sure my stars got through, but then I'd get 2 email notifications, so I thought maybe I was doing it wrong. Guess I have to go back to clicking submit twice! Anyway, I think this was very yummy and a great idea. I had never thought of blending cereal, fruit, and milk together before, but awhile back I had posted a recipe to make fruit milk in the blender to pour over top of cereal. I bought canned peaches especially for this, mine were sliced in light syrup. I used 8 slices, 3 spoonfuls of the syrup, 1 cup Fresh & Easy brand Unsweetned Organic Soy Milk, and 1 cup Post Spoon-Size Shredded Wheat (it needed to be used up anyway and iirc Weet-Bix is very similar to the regular Shredded Wheat biscuits). I also refrigerated my can of peaches overnight before making this. Thanks for sharing! Very quick, very enjoyable, and fun to drink. Made for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #15.

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blancpage April 17, 2008

A great healthy breakfast or snack for people on the run! A lifesafer for when the kids are running late for school...I feel so much better knowing even though they might not have time to sit down to a healthy breakfast they have still had a great start to the day! The combo's for this are endless, thanks for sharing!

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Stardustannie December 04, 2007

I made this for my DD who is currently going through a 'don't have time for breakfast' stage. I made it to the recipe using soy milk and she actually asked for a 2nd glass. Woohooo Chef Potts, your a sanity saver for a stressed out Mum. I made the 2nd cup using low fat milk, a touch of yoghurt and a banana. Both drinks were made in the magic bullet in seconds.

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An_Net October 01, 2007

Brilliant:) I used 1/2 cup low fat milk & 1/2 cup greek yoghurt (didn't have enough milk on hand), 1/2 cup peaches and the weetbix. Put it all into my magic bullet cup and within seconds, hey presto, breakfast:) This is a real keeper not just for kids but for us adults wanting a balanced quick breakfast. Thanks so much for this one:)

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Jen T July 29, 2007
Breakfast Drink for the Young and Not so Young