I don't think I'm in the target age demographic for this cereal based on the models on the box, but Kashi Good Friends High Fiber Cereal still appeals to me. Introduced by a friend, this cereal is low key and high quality at the same time. If my endorsement doesn't lure you in, perhaps the fact that this cereal provides "nearly 50% of your daily fiber needs" is more enticing.
Perhaps symbolizing good friends, this cereal consists of a "trio of flakes, twigs, and granola" as described by Kashi. The flakes were pretty large and thicker than your average bran flake. The idea of eating branches off trees is a bit odd, but the twigs are crunchy and mildly sweet. I liked how the twigs were connected in various bundle sizes. The granola was sweet and tasty but not really distinct. This cereal also made a good standalone snack.
A 1 cup serving (1.9 ounces) of Kashi Good Friends High Fiber Cereal Original provides 170 calories, 2 grams of total fat (3% of the daily value), and 130 milligrams of sodium (5% DV). There are also 5 grams of protein and 43 grams of carbohydrates, including 9 grams of sugars and 12 grams of dietary fiber. That breaks down to 1 gram of soluble fiber and 11 grams of insoluble fiber, which is the type that helps your body move things along in your intestines to keep you "regular."
A 13 ounce box normally costs $4.79 at Kroger. The fiber content is great, but I really like the wholesome taste and crunch of this cereal, especially as a snack. There is also a version of this cereal with raisins called Kashi Good Friends Cinna-Raisin Crunch Cereal (read the review).