High Key does have other flavors, but growing up, I did not like fruity cereals. If you are a person who likes fruity cereals, then people do rave about the fruit one. Since I was spending a higher than normal price point, I wanted to get flavors that would be similar to what I would stick with. The closest are the two shown. I bought one of each.
The first one I did try was the Chocolate Peanut Butter. It totally amazed me ... it was absolutely delicious! I did not get hit with the erythritol aftertaste. The aftertaste was practically nonexistent; it was mainly the chocolate and the peanut butter that was dominant. I discovered that the sweeter used was allulose, and my taste buds are a fan of the erythritol not being in the equation. The same witchcraft (that is what I'm calling it until I can figure out the secret) that kept the High Key cereal crunchy reappeared with the Magic Spoon.
As I write this, the Chocolate Peanut Butter is gone.
The next one I tried was the Frosted. It tastes absolutely nothing like Frosted Flakes. The smell reminds me of a vanilla cupcake but the taste is somewhere between Kix and Honey Comb. Although I have not had the cinnamon or chocolate Magic Spoon yet, I predict that the Frosted will remain my second favorite.
They also have slightly more protein than the High Key.
I can easily see this cereal as being a staple. I do wish it was available in the nearby stores, but until then, the subscription box it is!
Another quick staple (either as a small breakfast or dessert) for me would be yogurt. I always liked vanilla as a base but the brand I tended to get had added sugar. I did hope that I would be fine with the plain, provided I blend in lots of fruit.
Plain yogurt is for recipes, not for having on its own. Near the end of the 2nd week of the challenge, I stumbled upon the Oikos Pro (which has 20 g of Protein), which saved my taste buds.