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Quaker Multigrain Cakes – Cinnamon Toast

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Quaker Multigrain Cakes - Cinnamon ToastThis is more of a food re-find. I started buying these back a few years ago and have been meaning to post about them every since! I forgot about them (not all stores carry them) for a bit until coming across them again last weekend.

These are one of my favorite Quaker Products. They aren’t "Rice Cakes", which have a reputation of being bland and boring, they are "Multigrain Cakes", and cinnamon to boot! You can’t go wrong. The texture is yummy and and each cake as the perfect amount of sweetness.

Made with Whole grain rice, corn and oat flours these are a snack I love to share with the toddler. He’s been munching on them since he entered finger food age.

Quaker has the nutrition information and ingredients listed nicely on there snack page but I’ll give you a sneak peak, 50 calories a cake, 1g of fat, 1g of fiber, 1 WWP.

Anyone else out there a fan?




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Discussion

There are 24 comments so far.

    Nicole S.

    October 7, 2008

    I do! I’ve got the chocolate ones in my desk at work as we speak! :)

    Maranda

    October 7, 2008

    I haven’t seen Multigrain cakes; I’ll look for them:)

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    Bonnie

    October 7, 2008

    Yes, I eat these…..love them!

    Debbie

    October 7, 2008

    These are wonderful. They come in smaller snack sizes, too. Quaker Mini Delights. My favorite is the chocolate, but they have Peanut Butter, Buttered Popcorn, Cinnamon Streusel and Chocolatey Mint! My kids love these in their lunches.

    Have you ever seen a product called Pirate’s Booty with Aged White Cheddar, http://www.robscape.com/ ? WOW, it is wonderful. A quarter of the bag is 130 cal., Fat 5g, Fiber 1g, WW 3pts. Of course, I never eat 1/4 bag, so the points are much less. It is a great alternative to Cheese Puffs. The kids love it, too!

    debby

    October 7, 2008

    Yes, I am a fan, but I found their butter toffee flavor, and I like it even better. And, as in almost all of life, I really love it with about 2 Tbsp of lite cool whip spread on top. It seems like such a decadent snack.

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    Allison K

    October 7, 2008

    I have been looking for these at my grocery stores but all I can find are those silly over priced 100 calorie packs! I want a whole bag! lol

    Tasha

    October 7, 2008

    I eat these with Better than PB, & FF coolwhip – they are so good like this!!

    KK (Running Through Life)

    October 7, 2008

    I love these! I am a huge fan of mini caramel rice cakes with a spoonful of frozen fat free whipped topping on them! My own “ice cream sandwiches!” Super yummy and so much better for you!

    Check out KK (Running Through Life)s last blog post..Secret Progress

    jean

    October 7, 2008

    i love love love these!(did i say i love them)another good use for them is on top of a baked apple(crumble half of one up and sprinkle it on top. also a great crunchy topping for yogurt and ice cream.

    Shannan

    October 7, 2008

    I’ve never tried these, but I did find chocolate Orville Redenbacher popcorn mini cakes that were being closed out at the dollar store, that are really good. I love cinnamon, though, so I’ll have to look for these. (Crossing my fingers that my local Jewel finally carries SOMETHING I’m looking for!) :)

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    Inny

    October 7, 2008

    Roni, are you going to Chicago for TNFS? OMG! Congratulations, and good luck!

    Check out Innys last blog post..Will my binging ever stop?

    roni

    October 7, 2008

    LMAO! NOOOOO something different! I’ll write a post about later! :~) Fun news but now THAT fun!

    madison (follow my weigh)

    October 7, 2008

    hahaha to inny.
    COOL!!! to you’re coming to chicago!!! its been getting chilly here!

    Check out madison (follow my weigh)s last blog post..about a pound away

    crista

    October 7, 2008

    I live in right by chicago…..hope you enjoy…maybe i’ll run into you and ask you for an autograph :)

    Natalia Burleson

    October 8, 2008

    Those sound yummy! I’ve been looking for a good snack that my son and I can enjoy that feels like a treat! :)

    C. Cox

    November 7, 2008

    I just tried the putter butter mini bites for the first time What a great experience.

    judy

    February 7, 2009

    Hi,

    I, absolutely, love the cinn. toast rice cakes. They have satisfied my sweet tooth everytime I want to grab something fattening. Unfortunately, I can’t find them anymore in Michigan. Nobody sells them. Help! Is there a place on the internet I can order them? I miss having them with my tea and coffee..I would appreciate, very much, some advice.

    Judy

    Bonnie

    February 10, 2009

    Oh man Roni….you’ll never believe the deal I got on these yesterday at the grocery store. I went in to get some Kitchen Bouquet, which will “brown” gravy, as I’m going to try your pork chops with mushrooms again, and leave out the apple cider vinegar as well as the Worcestershire. Anyway…I regress…….across from the spices (where I found Kitchen Bouquet), were the rice cakes, and the guy was working on the rice cakes display. He made the comment to me that he was putting out new flavors, so I was interested. I picked up several kinds, checking the stats, and as I picked up the Multigrain cakes, he said to me, “I’m getting ready to mark these down, as their dates will expire in a few days”. So I asked how much, he responded 25 cents, so I snatched up all 7 packages of them. Can you believe it? They were originally marked $2.19 a package, and I got 7 packages for $1.75! Sorry…I had to gloat. And as far as the date….I don’t pay any attention to dates on things like that. In the 70’s and 80’s, before they ever started dating anything, I had food in my pantry for years and nothing bad happened.

    Judy

    February 10, 2009

    Does anybody out there no where I can get cinnimon toast rice cakes? A place where I can order them from; like a distributor or a store. I miss them very much.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions!!!!

    Judy

    Ruth Gonyo

    September 5, 2009

    Where can I find Quaker Multi-grain Cakes (flavor: Cinnamon Toast)?
    What stores carry them?

    Thanks

    Tara

    December 23, 2009

    I just contacted Quaker to find out where to buy these the Multi-Grain Cinnamon Toast Rice Cakes and was informed that they no longer make these. That’s why everyone is having a hard time finding them. I registered a complaint with them stating that these should be brought back into production. If they receive enough feedback maybe they will reconsider discontinuing them………
    Tara, Indiana

    Pat Jawanda

    September 22, 2010

    I bought the rice “caramel cakes” after 1 year. They are not worth buying again.I used to enjoy them before. Now! they have NO caramel on them. It was like eating pop corn. I will tell me weight watching class to avoid them.

    Sorry. the quality is minus now where they were excellant.

    Pat Jawanda
    4462 S. Castlewood Ct.
    Auburn Hills. mi 48326
    248-373-2521

    roni

    September 22, 2010

    I agree.. not a fan of the rice cakes at all.. and I believe the have discontinued the cinnamon multigrain I was reviewing above. :(

    J

    August 8, 2012

    I’m aware the last comment posted was back in 2010, but this may bring a little help to you and your readers: http://www.hometownfavorites.com/quaker/

    Hope this helps, unless you already had an similar avenue. Take care.