Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Otherwise known as Fruit* Froot Loops



Mr. Breakfast reviews Fruity Cheerios. I doubt I'll be trying these. Anyone else?

*Thank you for the correction, Avi.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Despite my sweet tooth that knows not the meaning of the phrase "too sweet", I won't be trying fruity cheerios. I'm perfectly happy with honey-nut. Or even plain cheerios with splenda on them.

Avitable said...

I'd eat them if they were there. And it's "Froot Loops", not "Fruit Loops."

I'm a fan of chocolate cereals over anything else.

Anonymous said...

I don't eat sugary cereals....so I probably won't be trying them.

As a kid, we never got sugary cereals. I think because they weren't good for us but also because they cost more than the monster bag of puffed rice my mom could get...haha.

Anyhow, in college, I went crazy on sugary cereals...love me some peanut butter captn crunch...but found out quickly that those kinds of cereals only give you about 10 minutes of energy and then you are out....so through trial and error, I am back to healthy cereals and have been for 15 years.

Anonymous said...

I had the same thought when I saw the commercial... um, aren't those just mini-Froot Loops? According to the review, they're not, but I still doubt I'll be buying them.

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Anonymous said...

No respectable 8 year old would be caught eating this "sugary cereal" rip off. I know because I tried to talk mine into trying it as a compromise between my choice (Special K) and hers (Coco Puffs). I think the fact that she'd rather eat Kix than Fruity Cheerios says something for their lack of kid appeal.