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What is your favorite cereal?

Asked by poofandmook (17272points) July 29th, 2008
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poofandmook's avatar

nevermind someone asked it already LOL :)

trumi's avatar

Too late, I’m hungry.

Frosted Mini Wheats.

flameboi's avatar

oreo’s :)

wildflower's avatar

Kellogg’s Just Right!

Anaphase's avatar

I used to love Count Chocula, but I’m more of a Raisin Bran Crunch guy now.

By the way, search before posting.

marinelife's avatar

Shredded Wheat. (Probably grazing animal in former life.)

mzgator's avatar

Fruity Pebbles…. Yes, I know I am thirty nine. Just because I can not eat them, doesn’t mean I don’t still love them. Maybe it’s because of my sweet childhood memories.

Theotherkid's avatar

reeses puffs!

tinyfaery's avatar

I was the one who asked the question, but to reiterate, I love Fruity Pebbles and Lucky Charms the best. Mmm, sugar!

kevbo's avatar

Special K with strawberries
Steel cut oatmeal

MacBean's avatar

Wheaties. Followed by Cheerios and shredded wheat. And Chex are good, too. Anything that doesn’t turn the milk colors or make it taste all sugary. (Though I like a lot of sugary cereals dry as a snack.)

mcbealer's avatar

with yogurt: Basic 4 or Chocolate Delight Special K (yummy with raspberry yogurt)

alone, to munch on as a snack: Vanilla Almond Special K or Product 19

with milk: Lucky Charms, although I usually fish out 60% of the marshmallows, too many IMHO

Allie's avatar

Cinnamon Life, Cocoa Puffs, Trix, Fruity Pebbles, Apple Jacks, Honeycomb, Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch.. pretty much all the really sugary kids’ cereals. <3

tinyfaery's avatar

@Allie You and me sister.

poofandmook's avatar

@Allie: I used to love Cinnamon Toast Crunch when I was a kid, but I had some the other day for the first time in eons.. one of those single serving cups.. and maybe the formula has changed or maybe my memory is bad, but it was disgusting! The spoon was coated with sugary cinnamon-y.. a sort of slime, and it wouldn’t come off when I put the spoon in my mouth. Ugh.

Frosted Flakes and Honey Nut Cheerios are sitting well with me right now.. I like Life and Golden Grahams a lot too, but the FF, Life, and GG have to be soggy. As in, they’re best when they’ve just gotten a little soggy.

AstroChuck's avatar

Geez, MrKnowItAll, we should put our two brains together. I was going to say Quarry but was way late. I like it ‘cause it’s crunchy. It’s better tasting because it’s mined.
I like Little Chocolate Donuts and Colon Blow as well.

Allie's avatar

poofandmook: I like it when cereals get to the point of slight sogginess, too. When they still have a little crunch to them, but have been soaked a bit also.

gooch's avatar

I don’t remember the name but it has nuts, fruit and flakes. I think it may be fruit and fiber.

AstroChuck's avatar

As a kid I used to love Quisp and Quake. I doubt any of you remember those cereals.

ezraglenn's avatar

I’m a big fan of Naked brand granola (especially banana), but I’m not sure if it counts as cereal…

iJimmy's avatar

SmurfBerry Crunch. But it’s always so stale.

WakeUp's avatar

Triples when it was out (Slightly sweetened rice, corn, and wheat oval jobs)

Closest thing these days is Multi-grain cheerios

My current favorite is Honey Bunches Of Oats

bythebay's avatar

You are a bunch of sugar-holics!! I like plain old wheat chex; and to really go crazy…I slice a banana or some strawberries in it! Woo Hoo, I know I’m out of control!

danimoos's avatar

Captain Crunch, OH THERE’S THIS PEACH FLAVOURED ONE.
Delish. And Ressee puffs… but those aren’t good for you. XD
Shhhhh.

much2smile4's avatar

Frosted Mini Wheats! I eat it straight from the box sometimes, but they don’t sell it here in Australia. :(

much2smile4's avatar

Oh, and Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

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