Mueslix, It only requires a handful but it is filling enough. Not big breakfast eater unless the day warrants it.
When I was a kid it was: Trix, Capt Crunch, Pops, and Honey nut Cheerios.
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actually...whichever comes with the best toy lolol
once this cereal came with a $2.00 toilet paper coupon...yay!
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I like cereal, but don't eat a lot of it. Lately, when I do, I use only skim milk and rarely... if ever... sugar.
In no particular order:
Cheerios (probably my all-time fave)
Shredded Wheat (preferrably the big biscuits... getting harder to find)
Oatmeal (ok... gotta use a dab of sugar here)
Cream Of Wheat (yeah... this needs a little sugar too.)
I don't like sugared or flavored cereals. Too "processed" for me. I prefer stuff that tastes like the grain. OK... I do like Honey Nut Cheerios... but mostly because they're Cheerios.
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As for cold cereals, I love Banana Nut Crunch the most, Crunchy Raisin Bran and Honey Bunches of Oats. And it must NEVER EVER be soggy. I add little bits into the milk at a time so I can eat it before it gets even remotely soft.
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