The most AMAZING cereal in the world!

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  1. Loves2spoon macrumors 65816

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    I suspected a heavy sodium hit, but qu'elle surprise! :)

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    I think Cap'n Crunch would disagree :cool:
     

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    Ahhh the good old days when eating captain crunch and it cuts the roof of your mouth... lol
     
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    And I thought I was the only one! :D
     
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    Marks and Spencer Triple Chocolate Crunch is the cereal choice of champions.
     
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    Carman's untoasted muesli. :)

    I have tried all the muesli on the Australian market (surprisingly many), and this is, IMO, the best one. There's just a hint of vanilla, which makes it taste better than the rest.


    I have never been a fan of "kids" cereal. Don't know why. When I was a kid, I I only liked Corn Flakes and Cheerios. :eek: Fruit Loops was the worst for me. I couldn't eat them.
     
  9. Rooskibar03 macrumors 65816

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    Does it have Crunch enhancer? You know, it's a non-nutritive cereal varnish.

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  10. obeygiant macrumors 68040

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    i'm going to try this.
     
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    I like cinnamon. They probably don't sell this in the UK though.
     
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    Not a cold cereal fan.

    I prefer eating a cooked version of this:

    Steel-cut oats

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    With raisins on top. :)
     
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    You a fan of nuts. Who would have thought that? :D
     
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    You may not have meant it, but thanks for the warning. :D

    I'm more of an unsweetened oatmeal type. Healthy and filling, but boring as heck. Just as well I'm half asleep.
     
  16. Dalton63841 macrumors 65816

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    Come on...Who doesn't like cookies for breakfast!
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    But which type of oatmeal? Rolled oats (Quaker Oats essentially come in this form), steel-cut oats (sometimes known as Irish oatmeal), or Scottish oatmeal (essentially ground steel-cut oats)?
     
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    Grape Nuts. Kind of like eating malty gravel.
     
  19. Killyp macrumors 68040

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    Me and my housemates have been buying HUGE amounts of this stuff from the Pound Stretcher just round the corner from our house. It's amazing:

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    Those have always reminded me of chicken feed...

    I prefer Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs. I love how they turn the milk purple.
     
  21. MovieCutter macrumors 68040

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    Sorry, Golden Grahams, Apple Jacks, and Frosted Flakes beat this...no questions asked.
     
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    You are all wrong. THIS is the most amazing cereal in the world.
     

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    Cupcake pebbles FTW

    Honey bunches of oats come in second
     
  24. iowamensan macrumors 6502

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    This was the best -
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    I try to recreate it still by mixing Honey Nut Chex with Lucky Charms. Pretty close to the original, but then my wife found a bag of just cereal marshmallows at an Amish grocery store, so now I just put those in the Chex and don't have to deal with the Lucky Charms. :)
     
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    I had this I think once in my life when I was a kid, but it shall forever be a cherished memory of an amazing cereal.

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