Breakfast cereals have been popular ever since Will Keith Kellogg invented Corn Flakes. Since then, cereal has taken many forms, and become popular in many countries.
When I was little, I used to get a small mixing bowl and fill it with several kinds of cereal. I would then sit on the heater vent in the living room and feast away.
I still eat cereal sometimes before bed. Is there anything more delicious than a bowl of Cinnamon Life? Don't bother answering, the answer is "no, there is not." Make sure to check out part 1, part 2 and part 3.
Here are 30 retro breakfast cereals. Recognize any of them?
More than once I've tried putting orange juice on cereal when we were out of milk. It was always a disappointment.
Brown sugar puffed rice. Essentially Sugar Smacks?
Not sure what an elephant has to do with twinkling stars. Or ice bergs for that matter.
Crunchy ninja nets? Seems like a bit of a stretch. It's just Chex with marshmellows.
Nothing represents Quaker society quite like Mr. T.
I remember this ceral, but I don't think I ever actually had it.
Is that the Brawny paper towel guy wearing a kilt?
Worst name for a cereal ever? Also, is that a Purina logo I see on the upper right corner of the box. Yep, Purina, the company that makes dog food. The cereal portion of the company is called Ralston. It's not a big player anymore, like it used to be.
Grape flavored? Weird.
Mmm, peanut butter and chocolate. Kind of looks like little ET poops or something though.
Was he one of the cereal monsters, like Count Chocula?
I remember these. I actually had that bank too.
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