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there a few cereals i've loved and lost from my childhood. cocoa krispies, frosted shredded mini wheats, kix, and captain crunch. i also miss the canned ravioli and spaghetti o's. oh well, the experience never lives up to nostalgia.
Ka-Boom!!! I remember that one! And Super Golden Crisp. I hated SGC. And SmurfBerry Crunch was a favorite of both my younger sisters. I preferred Cookie Crisp (still love it; miss it).
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I grew up on another plant I guess, since mine were shredded wheat (no frosting), strawberry-filled shredded wheat, grape nuts, and most recently in my adult life - kashi go lean crunch (with the added bonus of kashi fed-painfully explosive gas all day).
i miss golden grams. i also liked corn pops. "gotta have 'ma pops!"... does anyone remember honey smacks? the name reminds me of drugs. poor kids eating drugs for breakfast.
yeah, bacon is totally better.
Never ate any of those. Growing up my parents would buy Cherios, Wheaties, Rice Krispies and occasionally Corn Pops, on edit sometimes had Honey Comb cereal. Raising my family, I bought about the same, although sometimes I would get Honey Bunches of Oats or something similar, but rarely "kid" cereals.
On the list, I recognize: rice krispy treats (I LOVED those), Dino Pebbles, Berry Berry Kix, Super Golden Crisp (Mom's cereal, e weren't allowed to eat it.)
The ones I remember and miss: chocolate pebbles, cinnamon toast crunch, honey nut cheerios, fruity pebbles, frosted mini wheats (straight out of the bag as a finger snack), Golden Smacks, and honey bunches of oats.
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