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Disney Princess
From: Kellogg's
Introduced in 2017

This cereal was described on the front of the boxes as a "strawberry flavored cereal with princess marshmallows." The cereal was introduced with 4 different box designs to reflect 4 different Disney Princesses: Jasmine (from the film Aladdin), Rapunzel (from the film Tangled), Ariel (from the film The Little Mermaid) and Belle (from the film Beauty and the Beast).

The back of each box features a short bio of that cereal's princess under the heading "Dream Big, Princess", a cut-out activity and a find-the-hidden-objects puzzle.

Disney Princess Cereal Box - Jasmine Version

The main cereal pieces are shaped like hearts (somewhat reminiscent of Quaker's Whole Hearts cereal) and marshmallows shaped like a crowns and flowers. Although the flowers could also be perceived as the tops of wands or feminine horseshoes.

Disney Princess Cereal Box - Rapunzel Version

The first 10 ingredients in Disney Princess cereal are whole grain oat flour, sugar, degerminated yellow corn flour, rice flour, oat fiber, corn syrup, modified corn starch, dextrose, salt and baking soda.

Disney Princess Cereal Box - Belle Version

While the introductory boxes indicates this cereal was produced in 2016, we didn't see it available in stores until January 2017.

This cereal should not be confused with Princess Cereal from 2004. While that cereal was also brought to us by Kellogg's and Disney and also featured Ariel and Bell and was also strawberry flavored, it was much more colorful and had 2 additional marshmallow shapes.

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This cereal belongs to the following Mr Breakfast Cereal Families:
  • The Movie Cereals Cereal Family
  • The Girl's Stuff Cereal Family
  • The Marshmallow Madness Cereal Family

  • Comments About This Cereal
    What do you think of Disney Princess?

    Overall Average Rating = 4 (out of 5)

    By Christopher

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    Not as good as the earlier version of this cereal. Really tastes like a slightly strawberry-ed version of Lucky Charms.

    Comment submitted: 3/10/2017 (#21470)

    By Ryan Serowinski

    Cereal Rating (out of 5):

    It's a fine cereal with tasty marshmallows. I got the one with Rapunzel on the box.

    Comment submitted: 2/27/2017 (#21425)

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