Introduced in 2002
This cereal was available in Great Britain and Australia. It consisted of frosted multi-grain cereal loops and mini chocolate discs (described as biscuits on the box) with characters from the Simpsons cartoon etched on the surface.
The prior year (2001) Kellogg's released two Simpsons-related cereals in the U.S. called Bart Simpson Cereal and Homer's Cinnamon Donut Cereal. The Bart cereal was described on the box as having a "Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch". The cereal pieces were similar to Corn Pops with areas of darker brown to indicate the chocolate. The Homer cereal consisted of cinnamon-dusted Cheerios-shaped pieces.
The Simpsons television series first aired on American television in 1989. In 2007, the first Simpsons motion picture appeared in theaters. As part of a promotion for the film, select Seven-Eleven stores across the U.S. sold yet another Simpsons-related Breakfast Cereal - Frosted Crusty O's (produced by MOMCO). Unlike previous Simpsons cereals, the Krusty cereal seemed to be made strictly for memorabilia collectors. The cereal in the box was a sub-par knock-off of Froot Loops which looked nothing like the cereal depicted on the front of the box.
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Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
By Nicole T
If anyone knows where they sell these in Australia, please let me know (nicoletreweek at hotmail). Please!
Comment submitted: 4/9/2013 (#11567)
We need this cereal back in Ireland! It was very good. More than a novelty.
Comment submitted: 1/9/2012 (#6154)
My favorite cereal ever!! The chocolate pieces with the pictures were amazing and I wonder why other cereals don't do that. Bring it back.
Comment submitted: 8/3/2010 (#2568)
This cereal is so awesome! I ate it once. So so so so good!
Comment submitted: 3/16/2010 (#1631)
By hunter w.
Where can buy them now?
Comment submitted: 3/4/2010 (#1535)
By The Salutation
Bring these back! What's the problem-o?
Comment submitted: 2/6/2010 (#1368)
They are great but I can't find them anymore. Where can I get them?
Comment submitted: 10/27/2009 (#815)