This cereal was described on the box as a "sweet crisp rice cereal."
Known premiums: Rip 'n Zip Speed Machine toy car inside the box, Funny Straw & Funny Straw Connector inside the box, Jackson 5 Cut-Out Record on back of box, Twin Hull Air Boat, Grab Bag Surprise inside the box (possible contents of grab bag: stickers, glow-in-the-dark monsters, coin holders or score keeper whistle toy).
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
Title: Rice Krinkles Jackson 5 Record
Title: Frosted Rice Krinkles 3/4 Ounce Box
Title: Frosted Rice Krinkles Jackson 5 Box
Title: Frosted Rice Krinkles Coupon
Title: Frosted Rice Krinkles Box - Funny Straw
Title: 70s Ad with Frosted Rice Krinkles
Title: Frosted Rice Krinkles Box
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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Frosted Rice Krinkles?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
They need to bring this back! Rice Krinkles were the best ever!
Comment submitted: 5/16/2012 (#7691)
By Dwight Schrute
This was the best cereal ever made.
Comment submitted: 12/25/2011 (#6035)
P.S. Part of the Linus the Lionhearted show, which did not much else but plug Post Cereals! See here, and read description: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq4JSNC_wLg
Comment submitted: 12/9/2010 (#3413)
Replying to macatac: The Chinese cartoon kid was named So-Hi, and here he is in a commercial on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhWk9zidaWE
Comment submitted: 12/9/2010 (#3412)
By Mr Breakfast (Team Breakfast Member)
Hi Macatac - You're thinking of So-Hi. You can see him on our page for this cereal under the name Rice Krinkles (without the "Frosted"). Click here. There's also a commercial on the page starring the little guy. Thanks for the great comment.
Comment submitted: 11/14/2009 (#903)
By macatac (Team Breakfast Member)
I am curious... what was the name of the cartoon Chinese kid who was once this cereal's spokes character? I seem to recall he had his own cartoon show. Respond if you know:
Comment submitted: 11/13/2009 (#897)