Introduced in 1908
In 1935, Post Toasties became he first cereal to license the image of Micky Mouse for its cereal boxes and advertisements.
This cereal is also listed in our database as simply Post Toasties. Often times, "Corn Flakes" was incredibly small on the box in relationship to the word "Toasties". Other times, "Corn Flakes" took top or equal billing.
Company Description: Founded by C.W. Post, the company began in 1895 in Battle Creek, Michigan under the name Postum Cereals. Their first product was a coffee substitute called Postum. The first breakfast cereal to come from the company was Grape-Nuts in 1897... Read on and see all cereals from Post
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Title: Classic Post Toasties Corn Flakes Box
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Title: 1950's Post Toasties Corn Flakes Box
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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Post Toasties Corn Flakes?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
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PLEASE BRING THEM BACK... it is the only non sugar-coated cereal my kids would eat! I love them too!
Comment submitted: 3/26/2013 (#11397)
I can't find Post Toasties in any of local food stores. They are the best. Much more substantial compared to other corn flakes. I hope you are still making them.
Comment submitted: 2/26/2013 (#11043)
By Ken from Winter
Is Post Toasties being sold anywhere? I can't find them anywhere?
Comment submitted: 2/4/2013 (#10632)
My husband loves them! Please bring them back.
Comment submitted: 1/22/2013 (#10510)
Please bring them back. I've really been missing Post Toasties lately. I liked it better than any of the corn flakes you can buy now.
Comment submitted: 1/9/2013 (#10343)
By silvertop2 (Team Breakfast Member)
I loved Post toasties back in the 60s and 70s. We moved to a small town and neither of the two stores had them. We went each week to a larger town to buy them. One of the local stores started getting them for us. Then they changed the corn flakes to a new taste. They wouldn't soften up in milk. I tried a box and didn't like them. We bought a few more and finally gave up. They tasted about like stale Kellogg's corn flakes. I started getting Kellogg's and finally began to like them, but never like the Post brand. I wish they had done like coke and sold a classic kind that still tasted like they always had. I still start each morning with corn flakes, but sadly, not Post.
Comment submitted: 1/8/2013 (#10328)
By cat love in MN
I can't believe they aren't making Post Toasties anymore. I refuse to buy Kellogg's Corn Flakes - Post Toasties were much better.
Comment submitted: 1/7/2013 (#10315)
By wrmouton (Team Breakfast Member)
Surprised to see so many other people craving the original Post Toasties corn flakes. I can't find them anywhere. They are without doubt the best tasting cereal. I think poor to no advertising is the reason Post Toasties are not found in stores.
Comment submitted: 12/12/2012 (#10125)
By Chris Kristofer
I personally have not ever eaten Post Toasties, although I might know it as I was too young then, but I, myself, find Kellog's Corn Flakes just to be so so, etc... There seems to be even documented proof here to that opinion from many others. I should also like to make a good breakfast recommendation for those who are not aware of an excellent Icelandic recipe or tradition which is a bowl of corn flakes topped first with a layer of Friendship brand cultured buttermilk (no other brand will come close, trust me) and then a good sprinkling of brown sugar on top... This is a to-die-for treat. Even most kids go for this, again trust me on this.
Comment submitted: 12/8/2012 (#10103)
By Ginny (Team Breakfast Member)
We were raised in Texas and we always had Post Toasties morning-noon or night It was everyone's favorite. Please bring them back - even by special order! Thanks.
Comment submitted: 12/1/2012 (#10065)
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