Most of us have grown up on cereal, whether it's name brand or the store brand. You probably are aware that Trix turns your milk into different colors and you have to eat Corn Flakes really fast or they start to get soggy.

I've always LOVED Peanut Butter Captain Crunch, even when the little balls of goodness tear up the roof of my mouth. Another favorite of mine is Lucky Charms, mostly for the marshmallows but also hoping some of that luck rubs off on me. I want to find a pot of gold :)

The Suprise

Yesterday, my co-worker John Riggs, surprised me with a gift that keeps on giving. An entire bag of Lucky Charms marshmallows! I don't know what I expected but they taste better alone! They are fresher and I honestly wanted to grab a bowl and dive in right then and there but I didn't and I won't. These are special marshmallows for munching when I need that extra pick me up.

Where Can You Get Them?

I posted the below photos on my social media and the main question everyone had was, "where can I get some?" The answer, according to Jonn Riggs is, Fred Meyer!

It got me curious about the love people have for their favorite cereals so I wanted to know which one seems to rule them all.

Do you douse your cereal in so much milk that you've got a ton to drink at the end? In our house, cereal is a breakfast, lunch, snack, or dinner type of meal, and thank goodness for those that created options because on a day when no one wants to cook or do the dishes cereal is music to my ears!

So Many Cereals

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