Can You Identify The Breakfast Cereal In The Bowl?

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Even if you don’t eat sugary treats like cereals anymore. We bet a lot of these brands will trigger nostalgic flashbacks about your childhood. Let’s see how many you can name.

1. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Since Lucky Charms hit grocery shelves in 1964, the pink heart marshmallow is the only original shape to survive changes over the years.

2. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Ready-to-eat cold cereals, appeared around the late 19th century.

3. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Wheat is a member of the grass family widely cultivated for its seed, a cereal grain which is a worldwide staple food.

4. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Cheerios were first called “Cheerioats” but Quaker Oates complained so the name was changed in 1945.

5. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Cookie Crisp was originally manufactured by Purina, the pet food company.

6. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Breakfast cereal is the fourth largest source of added sugar in US foods, behind only soft drinks, desserts and candy.

7. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – A woman once sued PepsiCo upon discovering that Cap’n Crunch’s crunch berries aren’t real fruit. The case was dismissed because the judge said it’s “common sense.”

8. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – One bushel of wheat (36 liters) can produce 53 boxes of breakfast cereals.

9. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Despite being different colors, all Froot Loops are the same flavor.

10. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – The man who sang, “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, was also the voice of Tony the Tiger.

11. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – There is as much sugar in a serving of Honey Smacks cereal as there is in a glazed doughnut at Dunkin.

12. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Cocoa Puffs is an American brand of chocolate – flavored puffed grain breakfast cereal, manufactured by General Mills. Introduced in 1956, the cereal consists of orbs of corn and rice flavored with cocoa.

13. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Kellogg’s Corn Flakes were eaten by astronauts aboard Apollo 11 which made the first landing on the Moon.

14. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Rice Krispies mascots Snap, Crackle and Pop briefly had a fourth brother named Pow in early 1950.

15. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – In 2003, General Mills partnered with the board game Monopoly to release a limited edition Monopoly cereal.

16. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – These wheat flakes were invented when a clinician accidentally spilled wheat gruel on a hot stove.

17. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – United States are only 4th in world-wide cereal consumption. Before them are Ireland, England and Australia.

18. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – The first “monster cereal” produced by General Mills in the 1970s was “Count Chocula”. It is still produced today but it is sold only around Halloween.

19. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – One of the predecessors of breakfast cereal was popcorn which American colonists used to eat with cream and sugar.

20. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Fruity Pebbles begin as grains of white rice, which are then colored, flattened into flakes, and puffed back up.

21. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – The word “cereal” comes from the ancient Greek word “Cerealia”, a major festival celebrating Ceres, the goddess of agriculture.

22. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Americans eat 50 kg of cereal per person every year or 160 bowls.

23. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – The first cereal was so-called “Granula”. It had to be soaked in water whole night before it could be prepared for eating.

24. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Advertisement of cereals started targeting children after WWII.

25. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – That prize for the strangest cereal goes to a strawberry and banana flavored cereal consisting of yellow and red loop pieces called Urkel-Os.

26. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – To capitalize on the popularity of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, General Mills introduced French Toast Crunch in 1995.

27. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – The first company to have and advertisement on the Times Square billboard in New York was Kellogg’s.

28. Name this cereal.

Name this cereal.
Fun Fact – Kellogg’s, General Mills, Post, and Quaker Oats are the four greatest manufacturers of breakfast cereals.