85% of People Can't Identify These Popular Cereal Brands From an Image. Can You?

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You haven't truly figured out the United States if you haven't thoroughly sampled its favorite breakfast food: Cereal. Anybody in-the-know knows that your choice of cereal is more than just about taste. It's a religion. Cereal Mascots (Tony the Tiger, anyone?) are more beloved in U.S. households than Marvel's superheroes. From corn to wheat, from artificial to whole-grained organic, from fruit-filled to chocolatey, from honey-soaked to cinnamon-infused, any worthwhile American supermarket offers hundreds and hundreds of cereal varieties to satisfy any craving. Can you really call yourself a master of this All-American phenomenon? It takes a true love for this breakfast delight to get these questions right.

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1. These classic, cholesterol-lowering rings are awfully cheery!

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  1. Cheerios
  2. Apple Zings
  3. Eggo
  4. Sad Circles
A household favorite since the 1940s, Cheerios is one of the only cereals on our list that contains no artificial colorants! Of course, back in the 1940s, this beloved breakfast was called "Cheerioats."
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2. America's favorite cookie, but for breakfast!

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  1. Moonstones
  2. Smart Start
  3. Honey Cups
  4. Oreo O's
A crunchy chocolate cereal with a cream-flavored coating that approximates the flavor of an Oreo Cookie, Oreo O's star is a classic, featuring in American movies and TV, including _Daddy Day Care_ and _Friends_.
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3. Who better to sell you these, fruity tropical Os than a parrot?

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  1. Fruit 'n Fibre
  2. Froot Loops
  3. Muesli
  4. Ghostbusters Cereal
As it turns out, all Froot Loops are not made equal. In the UK, for example, eager Froot Loop consumers are only permitted to enjoy orange, green, and purple rings. This is because the government requires the company to use only natural additives. No such additives could be found for red, yellow and blue loops.
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4. Introduced in 1937, this low-sugar cereal is the perfect choice to kick start your day:

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  1. Kix
  2. Little Einsteins Fruity Stars
  3. Cocoa Hoots
  4. Oat Cluster Cheerios
Kix's legendary slogan, "Kid Tested, Mother Approved," has been around as long as the cereal has (_almost 80 years!_). Now that's good marketing.
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5. Made with real cinnamon, eating this for breakfast is almost like eating french toast in a bowl!

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  1. Strawberry Smiggles
  2. Pink Panther Flakes
  3. Raisin Squares
  4. Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Cinnamon Toast Crunch is, without a doubt, one of America's favorite flavors. It's so popular that, if you are an e-cigarette user, you can vape it. Wondering how to find Cinnamon Toast Crunch for your breakfast needs abroad? Look for "Croque-Cannelle" in Quebec and "Curiously Cinnamon" in the UK and Ireland.
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6. This raisin-filled breakfast food gets a bad wrap for being 'healthy,' but calm down! It's actually one of the sweetest on the shelves.

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  1. Raisin Bran
  2. Sir Grapefellow
  3. Rice Bubbles
  4. Pop-Tarts Crunch
Raisin Bran Cereal has such an iconic place in American culture that November 15th is National Raisin Bran Cereal Day. How should you celebrate? Eat Raisin Bran for breakfast and as your mid-afternoon snack. Join the fun by using the hashtag #RaisinBranCerealDay on social media.
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7. Self-marketed as the perfect combination of crispy flakes and crunchy oat clusters with a touch of honey, these are:

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  1. Tony's Cinnamon Krunchers
  2. Honey Bunches of Oats
  3. Smorz
  4. Waffle Crisp
Introduced to the market in 1988, Honey Bunches of Oats has become so popular that Post, its manufacturers, have created over 20 varieties. They are also key ingredients in no-bake cookies, cereal bars, and apple crisp.
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8. It's popcorn, in cereal form! (Kind of).

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  1. Rocky Road
  2. Weetos
  3. Oatibix
  4. Corn Pops
Despite its innocent appearance, corn pops are actually nutritional time bombs.They are really, and we mean _really_ bad for you. Too bad they're big, fluffy yet crunchy, good with milk or without, and perfect midnight snacks.
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9. The cereal that is key to one of America's most sought-after desserts:

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  1. Mud & Bugs
  2. Hulk Cereal
  3. Granola
  4. Rice Krispies
Do you know why Rice Krispies make an addictive, snap, crackle and pop sound after milk is poured over them? That's the walls of the rice krispies kernels fracturing, as the the cereal starts to absorb liquid, putting pressure on the tiny air pockets that are formed in its kernels during production.
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10. It would be hard to guess that these fall-flavored O's are actually made from three, nutritious grains!

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  1. Diamond Shreddies
  2. Golden Nuggets
  3. Apple Jacks
  4. Cranberry Almond Crunch
First called 'Apple O's' when released in 1965, Apple Jacks are cravey-worthy. Maybe part of the reason that you can't get enough of them is the effort that Kellogg's puts into marketing the cereal. Apple Jacks have the dubious honor of being the company's most heavily marketed product.
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11. Craving a less-healthy version of Corn Flakes? Go for these!

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  1. Coco Pops
  2. Mini-Wheats
  3. Donkey Kong Crunch
  4. Frosted Flakes
One of the top 3 best-selling cereals in the United States, Frosted Flakes' enchanting mascot is a well-loved tiger. It's been that way since 1952, when Tony the Tiger beat out 3 other possibilities, including Katy the Kangaroo, Elmo the Elephant, and Newt the Gnu.
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12. The ultimate chocolate breakfast, and provoker of much parent-toddler supermarket angst:

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  1. Punch Crunch
  2. Cocoa Puffs
  3. Rice Bubbles
  4. Cinnamon Pebbles
Cocoa Puffs, which became a market-competitor in 1956, is now almost synonymous with '0American Breakfast.' Its mascot, Sonny the Cuckoo Bird, and his catch phrase, "coo-coo for Cocoa Puffs," is also responsible for introducing new slang into American English. Thanks to Sonny, coo-coo is now synonymous with "insane."
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13. Complete with 9 key vitamins and minerals, Kellogg's claims that this famous cereal is one of its healthiest options:

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  1. Wild Animal Crunch
  2. Star Wars Cereal
  3. Special K Red Berries
  4. Undercover Bears
Described as a 'delicious combination of strawberries & cherries mixed with crunchy rice, whole wheat and barley flakes,' Special K Red Berries is the stuff of legends. In 2019, 12.99 million US consumers ate between 1 and 4 portions of the coveted cereal a week.
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14. A Kellogg's Classic. Crispy. Crunchy. Corny.

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  1. Corn Flakes
  2. Weetabix
  3. Strawberry Shortcake
  4. Quaker Oh's
While Corn Flakes are almost universally considered to be delicious today, they were originally created for medicinal purposes. Back in the late 1800s, Seventh-day Adventists believed that a diet of bland vegetarian foods was a good cure for different insanities.
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15. A fruity, sugar-overdose on par with Froot Loops, but sold by a delightful, white rabbit:

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  1. Trix
  2. Oat Krunchies
  3. Neopets Islandberry Crunch
  4. Marshmallow Mateys
Originally produced in only red, yellow, and orange colors, a box of Trix now contains most shades of the rainbow. Its signature mascot (a white rabbit) is widely considered to be one of history's most recognized cereal mascots. For a brief, traumatic period between 1991 and 2006, Trix cereals took the shape of fruits instead of balls.
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16. Shaped to resemble their name, this cereal is only _honey-flavored_.

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  1. Honey Comb Cereal
  2. Maple & Brown Sugar Life
  3. Gorilla Munch
  4. Fruit Harvest
While not exactly _healthy_, Honeycomb is, at least, relatively low in sugar content. Today, it's represented by a bee, but this wasn't always the case. Back in 1995, the company introduced "Crazy Craving" a monster-shaped mascot that demonically possessed small children, inspiring them to hunt ferociously for the honey-flavored breakfast food. Oops.
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17. The company recommends that you top this, otherwise bland, corn-based cereal with sliced banana, berries, or honey to give it "even more a.m. appeal."

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  1. Boo Berry
  2. Corn Chex
  3. Diamond Shreddies
  4. E.T. Cereal
Corn Chex is a quintessential member of the Chex Cereal repertoire. It's almost universally beloved. With the likes of Charlie Brown and Snoopy marketing the cereal -- not to mention Hollywood icon, Elizabeth Taylor (back when Chex was named Shredded Ralston) -- it is hard to avoid the cereal's draw.
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18. A sugary combination of corn and oats, sold by a sea captain that resembles Santa Claus:

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  1. Flutie Flakes
  2. Raisin Crisps
  3. Caramel Crunchfuls
  4. Cap'n Crunch
Invented in the 1960s, thanks to startling market research confirming that kids prefer crunchy to soggy food, Cap'n Crunch has been stealing hearts and minds ever since. By 1965, it was the 9th-best selling cereal in the United States. Between now and then, more than 25 spin-off cereals have hit the market to capitalize on the breakfast food's success.
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19. Snow-topped bites of heaven, made with 100% whole grains:

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  1. Grape Nut Flakes
  2. Banana Creme Frosted Flakes
  3. Frosted Mini Wheats
  4. Chocolate Krave
Kellogg's ran into problems between 2008 and 2009 when it ran a marketing campaign claiming that eating Frosted Mini Wheats would increase a child's attentiveness and memory. After a class-action lawsuit the company settled with angry parents for 4 million dollars.
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20. Peanut-buttery balls of goodness that should really be a dessert food, like the candy it's named after:

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  1. Boo Berry
  2. Donkey Kong Crunch
  3. Fruit Wheats
  4. Reese's Puffs
According to cerealfacts.org, this delectable breakfast cereal unfortunately ranks lowest in nutritional content among all child-targeted brands. Sigh. That's probably because one serving of the cereal has more sugar than 3 Reese's treats.
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21. "The most magical part of your day," filled with unicorns, rainbows, and flying stars!

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  1. Honey Stars
  2. Lucky Charms
  3. Granolove
  4. Morning Funnies
Lucky's (the Leprechaun that is Lucky Charms' mascot) full name is L.C. Leprechaun. We're not exactly sure what L.C. stands for. Lucky's been going strong for most of the cereal's fifty-year existence. We don't like to remember the one, brief stint when he was unceremoniously replaced by a Wizard. Unfortunately for 'Waldo the Wizard,' things didn't work out.
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22. Nestle _really_ works hard to convince consumers that this chocolaty cereal "provides kids with the essential nutrients."

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  1. Cookie Crisp
  2. Optivita
  3. Puffed Rice
  4. Orange Blossom
Every kid's breakfast dream, Cookie Crisp is lovingly described by its satisfied customers as "absolutely delicious," "tantalizing," and "the single greatest purchase" of their lives.
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23. Whole grain goodness, said to resemble grape seeds:

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  1. Grape Nuts
  2. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Cereal
  3. Shredded Oats
  4. Quake
Grapenuts has been around for more than 100 years, and with good reason! A staple for soldiers during World War II, grape nuts manages to be both (reasonably) healthy and scrumptious at the same time. The cereal, nonetheless, has a rather confusing name -- as it contains neither grapes nor nuts.
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24. Light, crunchy, and the perfect breakfast food to get you through your entire _life_!

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  1. Life
  2. S'mores Grahams
  3. Tony's Cinnamon Krunchers
  4. Sour Patch Kids
Quaker's "Life" cereal is famous for its "Mikey Likes It" ads. In case you're itching to audition, here's the script: Child: "I won't like it. I don't like anything." (Child tries Life). Child: "Mmmmmm, I like it! I really like it! I really like Life!"
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25. A variation of a beloved, American classic, but with "bursts of colorful berry flavor."

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  1. Fruity Marshmallow Krispies
  2. Cap'n Crunch's Oops All Berrie!
  3. Uncle Sam Cereal
  4. Mr. T Cereal
Along with Cap'n Crunch's Oops! All Berries, you can also purchase Cap'n Crunch's Peanut Butter Crunch, Cotton Candy Crunch, Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries, Christmas Crunch, or, if you're feeling particularly patriotic, Red, White, & Blue Crunch!
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26. A special, fiber-rich cereal that quickly gained popularity among dieters:

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  1. Special K
  2. Winter Fruity Pebbles
  3. Toasted Wheat-fuls
  4. Oatbake
Special K hit the market, going for the gold. Its marketing campaign claimed that diet-conscious consumers could "drop a jeans size in 2 weeks," by eating Special K for breakfast and lunch, in addition to a regular dinner. In doing so, it captured the hearts and minds of thousands and thousands of weight-worrywarts.
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27. A fruity flintstones favorite, with an appropriately primitive name:

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  1. Tiny Toon Adventures
  2. Fruity Pebbles
  3. Ghostbusters II Cereal
  4. Futurelife SmartFood
While they may be a rainbow in your breakfast bowl, think twice before purchasing! Fruity Pebbles is -- unfortunately -- best eaten plain. That's because they don't hold up well with milk, and instead become soggy, disintegrating almost instantaneously. Customer reviews confirm that other, spherical, fruity cereals hold their crunch much more effectively, even when inundated with milk.
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28. Made with real honey, and a touch of almond, this circular cereal may be more popular than the original:

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  1. Honey Nut Cheerios
  2. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheerios
  3. Strawberry Cheerios
  4. Banana Nut Cheerios
Honey Nut Cheerios has been America's best-selling Cheerio since 2009! But while the General Mills original may be healthy, the same cannot be said of its Honey Nut variety. The sugar content in one bowl has 9 times the amount of sugar as the unsweetened version.
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29. A hymnal to one of the United States' most iconic food staples, this cereal is a General Mills best-seller.

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  1. Peanut Butter Toast Crunch
  2. Cinnamon Jacks
  3. Vanilla Chex
  4. Crunchy Nut Cornflakes
American's go nuts for peanut butter. Nearly 300 million of them look for the creamy or chunky varieties in their local supermarkets on a regular basis. Perhaps that's what makes Peanut Butter Toast Crunch such a hit. Each bite is filled with the salty-sweet magic that makes peanut butter itself so addicting.
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30. Nestle went chocolate-free on this irresistibly light and crunchy breakfast delight:

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  1. Crunchy Bran
  2. Nutri-Grain
  3. Little Bites Chocolate
  4. Golden Grahams
A Nestle hit, despite being chocolate free, Golden Grahams are simply delightful. That's because they are chalk-full of the delicious taste of America's favorite cracker (the Graham Cracker of course!). They're so close to the real thing that you can almost taste a s'more in your mouth.
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31. Another flintstone-favorite, but starring chocolate:

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  1. Nickelodeon Green Slime Cereal
  2. Cocoa Pebbles
  3. Nerds Cereal
  4. Raisin Wheats
Here's the good news. 1 cup of Cocoa Pebbles with 1/2 cup of milk is equal to 246 calories. It'll only take you 37 minutes of cycling, 25 minutes of running, or 1.5 hours of house cleaning to burn off this decadent breakfast.
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32. A corn-based variation on General Mills' Cinnamon Toast Crunch:

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  1. Strawberry Squares
  2. S'mores Grahams
  3. Golden Puffs
  4. French Toast Crunch
The popularity of this variation is no doubt thanks to its delicious, maple flavoring. General Mills' French Toast crunch pays homage to America's favorite syrup. Americans consume over 4.27 million gallons of Maple Syrup a year!
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33. Red and purple clumps of berries spice up this basic breakfast cereal:

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  1. Krispy Kritters
  2. Ice Cream Cones
  3. Honey Bunches of Oats with Banana
  4. Berry Berry Kix
A slightly sweeter variation of the original, Berry Berry Kix is flavored naturally and made of 100% whole grains. If you're not a fan of berries, you can always try Kix's "Honey" variation, which comes in packages irresistibly decorated with the hit TV series, Paw Patrol!
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34. Once a baseball-game essential, now a morning ritual:

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  1. Fruit Brute
  2. Cinna-Crunch Pebbles
  3. Low Fat Granola Cereal
  4. Cracker Jack Cereal
What could be better than the iconic All-American snack, turned into a breakfast food? Cracker Jacks owe their name to company salesman, John Berg, who liked the mixture so much that he exclaimed “that’s a crackerjack!" Back then, being a "crackerjack" meant being "high quality."
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35. A simple, four-edged variety of Quaker's breakfast offerings:

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  1. Puffa Puffa Rice
  2. Quaker Oatmeal Squares
  3. Honey Puffs
  4. Jurassic Park Crunch
Quaker Oatmeal Squares are not only unbelievably tasty, but they're actually good for you! Made out of 100% whole grains, one serving only contains 1.5 teaspoons of sugar. It's also got 5 grams of fiber. Sign us up!
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36. Not to be underestimated in the chocolate game, Kellogg's came out swinging with this version of its rice-based classic.

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  1. Total Cranberry Crunch
  2. Ready Brek
  3. Smurf Berry Crunch
  4. Cocoa Krispies
If you're torn between chocolatey goodness and classic Rice Krispies, look no further! Cocoa Krispies may be high in sugar, but Kellogg's has recently upped the vitamin content of this breakfast favorite. The company additionally claims that eating the cereal will build children's immunity.
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37. It claims to be the first, gluten-free breakfast cereal:

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  1. Rice Chex
  2. Wheatena
  3. Waffelos
  4. Minions
Rice Chex, Corn Chex's twin sister, is an essential ingredient in Chex Mix. Just combine this satisfying cereal with mixed nuts, pretzels, and garlic-flavored bagel chips to recreate your favorite snack food.
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38. Made with real apple puree, these bites of fruity-bliss are also the source of 12 vitamins and minerals.

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  1. Apple Cinnamon Cheerios
  2. Morning Funnies
  3. Corn Bursts
  4. Birthday Confetti Frosted Flakes
You'll be glad to know that not only do Apple Cinnamon Cheerios contain 14 grams of whole grain per serving, but they are gluten free! The 3.1 million Americans following a gluten-free diet certainly are.
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39. Rich bite of sweet indulgence, these peanut-buttery balls are second only to Reese's Puffs:

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  1. Peanut Butter Crunch
  2. Cröonchy Stars
  3. Corn Bran Squares
  4. Chocolate Chex
This cereal is another sweet and salty classic, this time from Cap'n Crunch. 33 million Americans consume at least one portion of Peanut Butter Crunch a week.
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40. Half rice, half corn, this breakfast cereal is crispy simplicity at its best:

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  1. Cabbage Patch Kids
  2. Cinnamon Toasters
  3. Crispix
  4. MultiGrain Dark Chocolate Crunch Cheerios
Crispix is not only a cereal, it's also a key ingredient in many well-loved recipes. Have you tried praline crunch snack mix or caramel crispix treats lately?
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41. Marketed as the "Breakfast of Champions,' this cereal is both wheat-rich and a source of Vitamin B.

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  1. Cinnamon Mini-Buns
  2. Dinky Donuts
  3. Good Friends Cereal
  4. Wheaties
This god of cereals was actually invented by accident! In 1921, a dietitian spilled bran gruel on a hot stove, and watched in surprise as it turned into crisp, mouth-watering goodness. Voila! Wheaties!
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42. Sweetened, puffed wheat, that became infamous in 2018 when Kellogg's was forced to recall it for being contaminated with Salmonella.

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  1. Basic 4
  2. Hot Wheels
  3. Honey Smacks
  4. Frosted Flakes
American's go nuts for peanut butter. Nearly 300 million of them look for the creamy or chunky varieties in their local supermarkets on a regular basis. Perhaps that's what makes Peanut Butter Toast Crunch such a hit. Each bite is filled with the salty-sweet magic that makes peanut butter itself so addicting.
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43. Even Frankenstein liked berries, at least that's what General Mills want you to think:

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  1. Franken Berry
  2. O.J.s
  3. Harvest Crunch
  4. Frosted Toast Crunch
Frankenberry is just one of General Mills' sometimes questionable monster cereals. Other monster-marketed breakfast favorites include: Count Chocula, Boo Berry, Fruit Brute, and Yummy Mummy. Unfortunately for their die-hard fans, both Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy have since been discontinued.
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44. A slightly spicier version of a Quaker classic:

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  1. Cinnamon Life
  2. Oat Crisp
  3. Raisin Life
  4. Marshmallow Mania Pebbles
Cinnamon Life, a take on Quaker's "Life" cereal, is almost undeniably delicious. Of course, if you're more adventurous in your cereal needs, you can also try Quaker's Pumpkin Spice Life, Vanilla Life, or Gingerbread Spice Life.
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45. Sweetened, crunchy corn, that even seabirds have taken a liking to:

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  1. Tiger Power
  2. Puffins
  3. Razzle Dazzle Rice Krispies
  4. Sesame Street Cereal
At only 90 calories per serving, and with 0% saturated fats, Puffins is a true winner. It's also so tasty that it has a 'cult' following. Try the peanut butter or cinnamon variety for an extra kick.
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46. Irresistible pockets of chocolate that have quickly become America's newest breakfast classic.

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  1. Vanilly Crunch
  2. Toasted Cinnamon Squares
  3. Krave
  4. Ultima Organic Cereals
Kellogg's created Krave to "satisfy your inner chocovore." While the cereal was first introduced to US markets in 2012, it has actually existed (although produced by another company) for much longer. "Kariot" cereal has been addicting Israelis since 1994.
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47. Dracula's sweet-toothed brother made this cereal briefly popular:

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  1. Count Chocula
  2. Donkey Kong Crunch
  3. Freakies
  4. Captain Planet Cereal
Count Chocula is a child of the 1970s, and became a hit after promising to turn its consumers' boring milk into chocolate goodness. We bet you can't guess Count Chocula's first name. It's Alfred.
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48. Crisp, nearly unsweetened, finely sliced, whole grain wheat, at its simplest.

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  1. Shredded Wheat
  2. Froot Loops
  3. Frosted Mini Spooners
  4. Fruit Islands
Shredded Wheat was one of America's first ready-to-eat breakfast foods. While today it is purely considered to be an a.m. event, its inventors intended the cereal to be more versatile. They marketed recipes combining Shredded Wheat with both mushrooms and sardines.
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49. Kellogg's and Disney teamed up to create this instant marshmallow-filled hit.

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  1. Kaboom!
  2. Magic Puffs Cereal
  3. Frozen
  4. Hershey's Cookies 'n' Creme Cereal
Kellogg's vanilla-flavored "Frozen Cereal" is a breakfast reminder of fairytale magic. Princesses Anna and Elsa decorate the box, making it an irresistible buy for young girls all over the world.
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50. Chocolate-flavor, sugar, and an iconic blue-nosed tiger team up to make this cereal hard to turn away from.

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  1. Cinnamon Marshmallow Scooby-Doo
  2. Pro Grain Cereal
  3. CinnaScary Apple Jack
  4. Chocolate Frosted Flakes
Wondering what it will take to burn off that cup of Chocolate Frosted Flakes you couldn't resist? 30 minutes on a bicycle, 20 minutes running, or 1 hour of briskly walking. Have at it!
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