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    Um, I currently have 11 boxes of cereal in my pantry! My fave right now is Kellogg's Vanilla Creme Mini Wheats. I have to be careful, because I can definitely polish off a whole box in one day.

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    Well, well, well, it's now even more clear why I dearly love SueEllen and Yardgnome! Like SueEllen, I always have at least 10 cereal boxes and my absolute favorite, hands down, all-time favorite cereal is Frosted Flakes like Yardgnome. My other favorites are the Cracklin' Oat Bran (which has been mentioned many times in here ), Frosted Mini Wheats (soggy, again like Yardgnome), Rice Checks with sliced bananas, and for hot...Malto Meal (if I close my eyes while eating, I can pretend I'm 7 again ).

    I've always adored cereal, so much so that when I was single, on my days off, I'd eat it morning, noon and night. If I'm home alone for dinner, it's still my #1 choice for dinner.

    For some reason, the only cereals I don't like are the chocolate or marshmallow ones. Other than that, I like them all.
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    Gimme the sugary ones:
    Fruit Loops
    Sugar Corn Pops
    Sugar Smacks
    Apple Jacks

    of course then you have Rice Krispies which by the time I put sugar in there...every bite you take, you're scraping a hunk of sugar up in the spoon with the few Rice Krispies.

    I can polish off a whole box of cereal also...I confess that when I was growing up me and my brother would hide the boxes of cereal from each other because we knew the other would eat all of it before we had a chance to get into them....its no wonder why we're both overweight now, huh?!!!

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    Chocolate Lucky Charms!?! Where do I get my sugary-sticky fingers on those?

    I love the frosted shredded wheats, also gooey.

    I love oatmeal with so much sugar that it crunches when I chew it (ala Rice Krispies).

    All the new vanilla yogurt cereals are good (esp Cheerios).

    And always, always, always with half and half. No regular milk for me!

    And....I'm off to raid the pantry.....

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    Frosted flakes, definitely! With loads of sugar!

    It's a good thing that I don't eat it often!
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    Count me as another Frosted Flakes junkie. Damn, that stuff is like crack with milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.D. View Post
    Chocolate Lucky Charms!?! Where do I get my sugary-sticky fingers on those?

    I've never seen these either. But they sound wonderful. is right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonelyguy82 View Post
    Frosted flakes, definitely! With loads of sugar!

    It's a good thing that I don't eat it often!
    - Reminds me of the movie MICHAEL w/John Travolta.

    I have never met a cereal that I did not love - EXCEPT for Grape Nuts. Too healthy for me!
    In the winter, I love a hot bowl of oatmeal with butter, sugar and milk. Cream of Wheat - prepared the same way - is also a favorite in the winter.
    Cereal for a snack at night is a favorite. The rest of the family will eat a bowl of ice cream - give me a box of Lucky Charms and a bowl - I am in heaven!

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    Frosted Flakes (just plain...no milk needed), Lucky Charms, Smart Start
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Bannana View Post
    - Reminds me of the movie MICHAEL w/John Travolta.

    I have never met a cereal that I did not love - EXCEPT for Grape Nuts. Too healthy for me!
    In the winter, I love a hot bowl of oatmeal with butter, sugar and milk. Cream of Wheat - prepared the same way - is also a favorite in the winter.
    Cereal for a snack at night is a favorite. The rest of the family will eat a bowl of ice cream - give me a box of Lucky Charms and a bowl - I am in heaven!
    (except the LC, YUCK!) Grapenuts with a pound of sugar...
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