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Family Life: Tried and tested; 8/10.

Byline: Compiled by MARIE TURBILL and JOANNE WELFORD

FEELING peckish? Kellogg's can help.

The popular cereal makers have come up with a new handy pocket size snack to help ward off those hunger pangs.

Special K mini breaks are a packet of thin biscuity bites made with golden oats, wheat and rice.

With just 98 calories in a pack you get a sweet treat, but with none of the guilt.

Available in original and chocolate flavours we put the original mini breaks to the test.

"These little biscuits are a real treat when you are craving something sweet," said one tester.

"They look a bit like cereal flakes when you open the packet but they have a really crunchy biscuit texture.

"With less than 100 calories in a pack you don't worry about eating them all."

Another tester said: "I like them - they don't taste like a diet snack, they are really nice.

"Eating them feels like a treat even though they are a healthy alternative.

"They are just as nice as having an ordinary biscuit."
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Mar 3, 2008
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