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Rice Krispies

Rice Krispies are a breakfast cereal developed by Kellogg’s in 1927 and put to market in 1928.  It is a crisp rice cereal that forms hollow walls which collapse when milk is added creating the famous, “Snap, Crackle and Pop” sound.  176 more words

Homemade muesli bars

It is hard sometimes to find healthy lunchbox snacks that your kids will eat and that which don’t contain nuts.  And ideally something that isn’t processed (I hate giving them things that contain corn syrup – you would be surprised how common that is). 430 more words

Frugal

An Ode to Cap'n Crunch, Crack Dealer of the Breakfast Cereal World

It’s Saturday morning. As a kid, my favorite thing was to get a huge bowl and watch cartoons. Of course, this was after fighting with my brother and sister over the prize in the box… 203 more words

Comedy

134. GENERAL MILLS - GOLDEN GRAHAMS Cereal

    

  • Small toasted square-shaped cereal pieces made of whole wheat and corn. 
  • Advertising Slogan: Try those Golden Grahams and have a golden day.
  • COUNTRY: USA
  • INGREDIENTS: Whole Grain Wheat, Sugar, Corn Meal, Brown Sugar Syrup, Canola and/or Rice Bran Oil, Dextrose, Baking Soda, Salt, Trisodium Phosphate, Artificial Flavor.
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Rice Krinkles (Pebbles)

In 1950, Post introduced Sugar Rice Krinkles with its mascot, So-Hi.  It was a sugar coated crisp rice cereal.  Soon, the mascot was changed to Krinkles the Clown (for pretty obvious reasons).  197 more words

Henry Perky's Tasty Invention


Nebraska history contains several cul de sacs along it’s relatively short path.  One of those regards the inventor of shredded wheat breakfast cereal, Henry Perky.  Perky’s story begins near Mount Hope, Ohio where he was born on December 7, 1843. 714 more words

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Kaboom!

Kaboom (General Mills 1969-2010).

When my sister and I would get groceries with my parents we would be allowed to pick out our breakfast cereal…if we were good.  247 more words