It's been described on the box as "sugar-coated rice puffs" and "sugar-coated crisp rice."
This cereal can also be found under the names "Sugar Krinkles, Rice Krinkles and Frosted Rice Krinkles. It's also been called Sugar Sparkled Rice Krinkles.
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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Comments About This Cereal
What do you think of Sugar Rice Krinkles?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
By krinkles (Team Breakfast Member)
What is the name of the cute actor who played Krinkles the clown? A little help? The ad company must know. I am sure he was an actor, what other work did he do. The part where he takes a bite and has a spasm is cute.
Comment submitted: 11/21/2013 (#15371)
This was a trip down memory lane for me. I usually ate it straight from the box.
Comment submitted: 2/2/2013 (#10619)
Wish Post would make it for all us baby boomer consumers! My favorite cereal of all time!
Comment submitted: 7/3/2012 (#8242)
By billyr (Team Breakfast Member)
My favorite cereal of all-time.
Comment submitted: 9/11/2011 (#5267)
By F. T. I.
Sugar Rice Krinkles was great Cereal, Don't know what kind of sweet varnish they used but it has never been duplicated. So Sorry So-Hi.
Comment submitted: 4/16/2011 (#4687)
Better than the sweetened version of Rice Krispies that are out now.
Comment submitted: 3/10/2011 (#4089)
These were like Rice Krispies, yet sweet. I ate it during the 60's.
Comment submitted: 8/13/2009 (#314)