Magic Spoon Reviews: Magic Spoon cereal, a delicious treat with vivid childish colors and branding, seems to thrill nostalgic cereal fans like myself. But the cereal’s Froot Loop appearance, which comes in fruity, frosted, chocolate, blueberry, and birthday cake tastes, is just half the tale. While the nostalgia appeal is great, these childhood sweetness bowls offer high protein, low carb count, and zero sugar. Cereal is gluten-free, grain-free, ketogenic-friendly.
Keto diet appears to be a recurring topic among Instagram’s 144K+ cereal fans, who offer positive reviews on practically every post. In only 12 months, the startup has produced a popular product that taps into the keto diet’s zeitgeist—and is developing its company via an online delivery-only system that naturally enables a subscription model.
For the uninitiated: the keto diet is a high-fat, moderate-protein, and very-low-carbohydrate diet, and many may find it hard to stick to. “If it works, that’s terrific. But I know that many individuals have difficulties with it and end up doing more damage than good when they try to try it,” says dietitian Kristen Ciccolini.
It all began with a cereal bowl (surprised?) Every morning, Gabi Lewis and Greg Sewitz grew up eating cereal for breakfast.
Usually the same brands gave the characteristic sugar bite, which invariably led to a later afternoon carb-induced slump. Their fondness for unhealthy cereal impeded their productivity.
The two buddies explored for healthier options but ended up with nothing. Gabi and Greg quickly realized the typical American consumes 100 cereal bowls a year. The business started in April 2018, specializes in “high-protein, keto-friendly, non-GMO, gluten-free, grain-free, soy-free, wheat-free, nothing artificial, childish grown-up cereal” — a straight statement from the side of the pastel-colored cereal box I’m looking at. That’s quite a mouthful, but then again, every Magic Spoon bite.
There are seven varieties — Peanut Butter, Fruity, Frosted, Cocoa, Cinnamon, Blueberry, and Gingerbread limited edition — and all are wonderful, particularly for a product without artificial sweeteners, 12 grams of protein, and just three grams of net carbohydrates. But though the business definitely solved some nutritious-meets-delicious secret here, it’s hardly magic. Just a blend of creativity, vision, and a new-to-market natural sweetener.
“Modern customers, like us, avoided typical morning cereal for healthier choices,” Gabi Lewis and Greg Sewitz, inventors of the company, told Insider Reviews. “The category is declining primarily because it’s high sugar, high carb, and full of junk. But most people still adore cereal, so we set out to repair it.”
There are already several low-sugar bowls of cereal on shop shelves. You know, anything that finishes in “-bran” or boasts a moniker like “Fiber-Os,” leaving much to wish.
And here comes Magic Spoon. Made from an allulose sort of “sugar,” it has managed to mimic your favorite taste from childhood, sans sugar.
“We use only natural sweeteners: monk fruit, stevia, and allulose,” said Lewis and Switz. “We spent months working on the precise mixture of natural sweeteners to produce the same wonderful flavour without sugar. We employ them in a certain mixture that sometimes doesn’t result in folks experiencing sweeteners aftertaste.”