Favorite sugar cereal? :)
I bought a box of Cap'n Crunch today. It's a taste I've never quite outgrown. I picked it up specifically to use in a recipe, but admit I broke open into the box on the way home from the supermarket just to eat a couple of handfuls.
I'm also a big Quisp fan (see a trend?), though I haven't seen it lately.
In real life, I try to eat sensible breakfasts more often than not, but every so often, it's fun to indulge. How about youuuuuuu--what's your sugar cereal pleasure?
For me, it's a tie between Lucky Charms (always eat the oat-y bits first, so I wind up w/ a bowl'o marshmallow at the end....) Cocoa Puffs (I'm cuckoo!!!....) and sugar Pops (which are now called "corn pops" to appeal to the healthy crowd (!)). BTW, who won the battle between Quisp and Quake? Haven't seen either one in decades!! adam
Of the not-too-sweets:
1. Lucky Charms (with as many marshmallow bits as possible)
2. Banana Nut Cheerios
Of the sweets:
1. Fruity Pebbles* (never Cap'n Crunch)
2. Count Chocula (never Cocoa Puffs)
1. Cookie Crisp (glycemic index must exceed 100)
2. Cap'n Crunch (never liked it, neither did the roof of my mouth)
*If you live in a place with a Pinkberry frozen yogurt shop nearby, try these toppings together on a medium-sized plain Pinkberry: strawberries, mochi, Fruity Pebbles. It's a whole new lease on life for the cereal - so incredibly good in that combo, just made for it.
Chocolate lucky charms are delicious. I can mindlessly munch on those like no tomorrow. Resse Peanut Butter cereal are amazing as well. And Oatmeal Crisp is delicious! Oh, there are so many delicious sugar-loaded cereals that I could consume day in and day out. Cereal isn't just for breakfast for me.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch. It's like eating handfuls of those fried cinnamon things they have at Taco Bell.
Haven't had any since somewhat after the Dalai Lama hiked out of what is now supposed to be a part of China.