Let’s Get (CE)real
Warner Reviews Favorite Cereals
Cocoa Puffs were introduced by General Mills in 1958. The chocolatey flavor brings an amazing zest to the bowl. This cereal is ideal for snacking, due to the shape of the cereal pieces. It is perfect for eating without milk. It also goes very well with other snacks like popcorn in a trail mix.
Frosted Flakes were released by the Kellogg Co. in 1952. This cereal is one adored by many. The loveable, "Tony the Tiger," is a common household name. The sugar glazed cornflake goes amazingly in a cold bowl of milk. The shape also makes the cereal very good for snacking.
The sweet and savory creation came into existence in 1963 from Quaker Oats Co. It has a multitude of variations. With berries, without berries and peanut butter are just some of the options. The small pellets make it possible to snack on, but it is the best in milk.
This delicious treat was introduced by Post Foods in 1971. The fruity taste is great at any time. Due to its small pieces, it is best eaten with milk. However, it could be a fruity addition to a trail mix.
Our beloved Girl Scouts surprised us with his new twist to the cereal game. They have the exact taste of a Thin Mint, but the texture resembles Cookie Crisp. It is a medium sized piece and is very easy to snack on and eat a lot of.