Breakfast & Cereals

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so we've got all your favorite breakfast foods to keep you full and energized. Shop cereals, energy bars, granola and oatmeal at your local ALDI.

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Does ALDI carry non-GMO and gluten-free breakfast products?

Start your morning by making the perfect breakfast with our non-GMO and gluten-free products. Our range of products are sure to keep you and your family happy, healthy and full of energy. Save money on your favorite breakfast foods when you shop at your local ALDI.

Breakfast & Cereals FAQs

Starting your day with a healthy breakfast is important so that you can fuel and energize your body with nutrients. Breakfast helps to keep you full and focused throughout the morning. 

Not all cereal is gluten-free, but ALDI carries a selection of gluten-free cereal options like Corn Squares and Rice Squares. Look for the gluten-free label on the packaging.

Not all cereal is high in fiber. It’s important to read nutrition labels to know if a certain product is the right fit for your needs.

Protein bars can be a good source of energy, especially if you need something quick and easy to grab on-the-go. However, some protein bars may be high in sugar, so it is best to look at nutrition labels to find a protein bar that fits your needs.

Oatmeal is a quick and easy breakfast option that can be customized with fruit, honey, chocolate chips, peanut butter and more. You can heat up water in the microwave or boil and then mix the water into the oats until it is your desired thickness. Then add your favorite toppings and enjoy!

Naturally, oats are gluten-free. However, during the harvesting process cross-contamination is possible. Look for the gluten-free label on product packaging to be certain the oatmeal you are buying does not contain gluten.  

Most granolas contain ingredients with lots of nutrients like nuts, seeds, oats and dried fruits. However, some granolas contain added sugars so be sure to check the nutrition label to pick the granola that best fits your diet and lifestyle.

For some people, skipping breakfast can cause a drop in blood sugar, headaches, lack of concentration and faintness. However, there are many people who don’t feel hungry in the morning and choose to skip breakfast. It is up to your personal preference, but it is a good idea to consult with your doctor or dietician to see what is best for you.  

Oatmeal lowers LDL cholesterol (“bad’ cholesterol) levels because it contains soluble fiber.

Granola products may contain GMOs if not otherwise labeled. Be sure to check nutrition labels and packaging.