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post #37 of 59
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Nah, because it's not the cereal itself that is so yummy ... it's the milk after the cereal is gone!:beer:

 

That would be Cocoa Krispies!

post #38 of 59

I liked the old school Shredded Wheat, the big hunks that were wrapped. Good stuff with fresh berries and a little sugar.

post #39 of 59

My all-time favorite is Reeses Puffs! These days, I also really love Oatmeal Squares. 

post #40 of 59

Love these, even after dinner I will have a small bowl.

Lucky Charms,  Cocoa Pebbles or Frosted Flakes.

post #41 of 59
Anyone else ever mix cereals? Sometimes I'll combine Frosted Flakes with Corn Flakes or Wheaties to cut down the sweetness a bit.
post #42 of 59
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Anyone else ever mix cereals? Sometimes I'll combine Frosted Flakes with Corn Flakes or Wheaties to cut down the sweetness a bit.

Sometimes I add some extra granola to Honey bunches of oats. Does that count?
post #43 of 59
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Anyone else ever mix cereals? Sometimes I'll combine Frosted Flakes with Corn Flakes or Wheaties to cut down the sweetness a bit.

Often when there is not enough of one cereal.

post #44 of 59
Life cereal, closely followed by shredded wheat and wheat chex.
post #45 of 59

All time for me is Frosted Flakes. I also like the seasonal Boo Berry in October.

post #46 of 59

I love to have crushed up Ramen noodles in a bowl with beer in the morning....

post #47 of 59
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Originally Posted by Valleygolfer View Post
 

I love to have crushed up Ramen noodles in a bowl with beer in the morning....

Breakfast of Champions!

post #48 of 59
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Originally Posted by teamroper60 View Post

Life cereal, closely followed by shredded wheat and wheat chex.

 

Life cereal - wow, haven't heard about that in decades, but I remember this commercial.

 

 

post #49 of 59
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

Anyone else ever mix cereals? Sometimes I'll combine Frosted Flakes with Corn Flakes or Wheaties to cut down the sweetness a bit.


I love to mix cereals. I agree with you about mixing a sweet and not so sweet one.  Life and regular Cheerios is a great combination.

 

I recently found a new cereal from Sunbelt Bakery, Low Fat Granola with cinnamon, raisins and almonds.  Delicious!

post #50 of 59

Gave up cereal in the mornings for yogurt with granola. But when I was eating cereal it was: 

 

Coco Puffs.

 

I love Coco Puffs in the morning...

post #51 of 59
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Originally Posted by rustyredcab View Post
 

Gave up cereal in the mornings for yogurt with granola. But when I was eating cereal it was: 

 

Coco Puffs.

 

I love Coco Puffs in the morning...

Is granola not cereal?

post #52 of 59
Hard to consider granola in the same family as the awesome Coco Puffs. I guess I do eat cereal. But Coco Puffs are in a class of their own.
post #53 of 59
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Originally Posted by rustyredcab View Post

Hard to consider granola in the same family as the awesome Coco Puffs. I guess I do eat cereal. But Coco Puffs are in a class of their own.

True dat!

post #54 of 59

Wow, I'm the only one here who loved rice krispy treat cereal? I remember loving it as a kid. I wish they still sold it in stores, I'd probably eat a box or two a year still. 

 

 

 

 

 

Apparently you can still order this stuff from Kellogs through their website. I remember it being really, really high in sugar in a good way. Pretty evil. 

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