These days there are so many flavors of Kashi, it's hard to keep track. We've been Kashi fans over the years but decided to catch up by tasting some of the varieties we didn't recognize. There will be a whole report on Kashi's Go Lean line from Cereal Eats columnist Leandra this Monday, but in the meantime, here are some photos and brief thoughts on: Toasted Berry Crumble, Oat Flakes & Blueberry Clusters, and Kashi U's 7 Whole Grain Flakes & Granola with Black Currants and Walnuts.
Toasted Berry Crumble contains majority clusters with a solid amount of berry mix-ins.
The Kashi U is a more flake-centric cereal. It was a little sparse on the walnuts, but the black currants pack a tart punch.
The Blueberry Clusters cereal, on the hand, is more flake-based with a few clusters here and there. Certainly a nice compromise for those who refuse to choose between clusters and flakes.
Have you tried any of these Kashi varieties? What are some of your favorites?