This month's special cereal exhibit is called Movie Cereals
. To see all of the cereals in this exhibit, click here
Top 10 Cereals
As Voted By Visitors of MrBreakfast.com
Click here to see the Top 100 Cereals.
Cereal Box Match Game
A classic card matching game with cereal boxes instead of cards!
Breakfast Cereal Hangman
It's hangman... but all the words you have to guess are names of cereals.
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Breakfast Cereal Trivia
Test your breakfast cereal knowledge with quizes for both beginners and experts.
Dear POST: Fortified Oat Flakes was, and still would be my favorite cereal. I was hurt, and disappointed when I could not find it any more. Nothing came close, I searched for years. What can we, Post Fortified Oat Flakes Lovers, do to get these back, PLEASE! I am begging you to seriously consider making them again. Please.
Comment submitted: 4/18/2014 (#16961)
Jets were a real treat when I was a child in Connecticut. When my family moved to Fort Lauderdale in 1957, Jets could not be found. I am surprised to read that Jets were made from Kix, because Kix was the worst thing I ever tasted.
Comment submitted: 4/18/2014 (#16960)
This stuff is dangerously delicious. I didn't discover this wonderfulness until college (grew up in a plain-cheerios-and-bran-flakes household), and it has quickly become one of my favorite light night study snacks. Perfect blend of salty and sweet and great just out of the box. I have a fondness for the Kix-like shape, too, which doesn't make the roof of my mouth bleed like with the regular Cap'n.
Comment submitted: 4/17/2014 (#16957)
This cereal is my childhood in a box. After 20+ years, I still enjoy the odd box every now and then. Sometimes I eat it straight out of the box, but I especially love the texture after it steeps in my milk for a bit. My preferred method of carbo-loading before races. :)
Comment submitted: 4/17/2014 (#16956)
I love this cereal. Can you still buy it?
Comment submitted: 4/17/2014 (#16955)
The Cereal Project is an ongoing effort to document every breakfast cereal ever produced in the U.S. which has received a near-nationwide distribution. From Granula (not Granola), the first ready-to-eat breakfast cereal ever produced in 1863, to the cereals being introduced to grocery stores as we speak, the Cereal Project aims to present pictures and descriptions of EVERY breakfast cereal including old favorites and failures that have long since been discontinued. So far, we have tracked down over 1,375 different cereals.
Take a walk down memory lane... or more specifically... a walk down memory cereal aisle. You can find cereals listed alphabetically, by manufacturer or by year of introduction. If you find a cereal that you loved, be sure to give it a vote and see how it ranks in our list of the most popular breakfast cereals of all-time. As you explore the many cereals, you'll find classic magazine advertisements and television commercials, along with a large library of vintage and current cereal boxes.
Since their earliest introduction, breakfast cereals have transformed the way the world eats. Through evolving marketing techniques - most notably the evolution of the cereal box, cereals have changed the way we shop and have influenced the way all products are advertised. A trip through the history of breakfast cereal is a trip through the history of America.
If you're going through The Cereal Project and you notice a cereal that's not represented, please let us know by posting a comment.
If you have a cool picture of a cereal that is in The Project, you can upload it on that cereal's page. You're pictures and comments are the best part of The Cereal Project.
Mr Breakfast is currently seeking images for the following cereals:
Almond Apple Muesli Banana Wackies Crunchy Bran GinkgO's Ginseng Crunch Jersey Rice Flakes Raisin Oat Bran Spoon Size Shredded Wheat Plus Superman Stars Vanilla Sweeties Wheat Crunch Flakes Whole Grain Shredded Wheat