Introduced in 1969
This long-lasting spin-off of Cap'n Crunch Cereal has been described on boxes as a "crunchy sweet cereal made with real peanut butter."
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What do you think of Peanut Butter Crunch (Cap'n Crunch)?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
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By rkade111 (Team Breakfast Member)
Long live Smedley! If you love peanut butter, this is the stuff. I love this cereal as a midnight snack with milk of course. It has true peanut butter flavor and stays fairly crunchy in milk. Also, love the color orange, so the packaging grabs me.
Comment submitted: 1/15/2013 (#10395)
By The Pet
Simply the best! I've been eating the Cap'n for forty years and this is my favorite flavor.
Comment submitted: 12/1/2012 (#10063)
My favorite flavor of the current Crunch family. Sweet peanut butter taste, and not as hard on your mouth as the regular Cap'n.
Comment submitted: 9/29/2012 (#9271)
By MyEmptyCanvas (Team Breakfast Member)
I have a big box of these in front of me right now (the "20% more" box)!! :D I LOVE this cereal... it has the right amount of crunch and absorbs a good amount of milk for a bit of softness. (myemptycanvasreviews.blogspot.com)
Comment submitted: 6/21/2012 (#8123)
I really miss this cereal here in Canada. Is it still available in the US?
Comment submitted: 11/14/2011 (#5760)
Not very healthy, but dang, this stuff is good!
Comment submitted: 11/3/2011 (#5629)
Deeelicious peanut butter flavor. A classic.
Comment submitted: 1/27/2011 (#3744)
As far as taste goes I'd give it a 5, but because of its consistency I cannot even eat it! I still have ulcers in my mouth from eating a bowl 2 days ago. Also, as for the "stays crunchy, even in milk" promise on the box-this is obviously because the cereal is coated with wax! YUK!!! It was like eating "sandpaper-peanut-butter-candle"
Comment submitted: 11/4/2010 (#3216)
By Derekdespie (Team Breakfast Member)
Cap'n Crunch, everyone's favorite breakfast pirate, will be returning to television in commercials around the next year, because orange-flavoured crunch berries will be added to the existing four colorful fruity flavors of crunch berries.
The following three most-popular varieties of the Cap'n Crunch breakfast cereal line are: "Original Crunch" (which consists of nothing but the sweetened corn squares), "Crunch Berries" (which consists of sweetened corn squares combined with five colorful fruity flavors of crunch berries), and "Peanut Butter Crunch" (which consists of nothing but the peanut butter-flavoured corn cereal puffs), and will unveil their 2011 artwork with an image of Cap'n Crunch himself holding up to about five pieces of each of his cereals instead of just four.
Comment submitted: 8/31/2010 (#2769)
Much gentler on my mouth lining than regular Cap'n Crunch. I used to think this must be what scooby snacks taste like.
Comment submitted: 4/14/2010 (#1903)
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