Andrew

Andrew is the art director and co-editor of Cereal Fix along with Ashley Storm. Andrew lives in Adams, New York. His favorite cereal is Quaker Honey Graham Oh's!, but Berry Berry Kix, Rice Krispies Treats cereal, Frosted Mini Chex, and Cinnamon Toast Crunch tie for a close second.

Andrew's Website: http://www.andrewsylvester.com


Andrew's Cereal Reviews

Toffee Crisp (Nestlé)

A delicious, candy-inspired cereal from across the pond.

Cinnamon Pebbles (Post)

Post’s been doing great things with Pebbles lately, and this new offering is no exception.

Cap’n Crunch’s Christmas Crunch (Quaker)

If you celebrate Christmas and you like Cap’n Crunch’s Crunch Berries, well, why not? Merry Christmas!

Crunchy Fruit & Nut (Millville)

Something new from a store brand. It’s got fruit, it’s got nuts. It’s delicious!

Froot Loops Bloopers (Kellogg's)

Bloopers? Was there a mistake at the factory, like “Oops! All Berries”?

Mexican Corn Flakes Edición Limitada (Kellogg's)

Corn Flakes imported from Mexico. What’s the difference? Is there a difference?! Find out!

Colon Blow (It'sugar)

Well, there’s fiber, and then there’s high fiber. Try this.

Cap’n Crunch’s HomeRun Crunch (Quaker)

Do you like Cap’n Crunch with Crunch Berries? Do you not hate sports? Here’s something.

Batman v Superman: Batman (General Mills)

Note: this is the second half of a two-part review! Be sure to read the Superman cereal review! Based on looks alone, the Batman cereal is a clear winner. Even though we’ve seen little bat-shaped cereal pieces before, they easily beat out the vague, miscolored “Superman Symbol” pentagon shapes of the Superman cereal. Also, they

Batman v Superman: Superman (General Mills)

Superman never made any money saving the world from Solomon Grundy. That’s why he licensed his image for this interesting caramel crunch cereal.

Basic 4 (General Mills)

Is it basic? Are there four of whatever it is? Find out!

Cheerios + Ancient Grains (General Mills)

Not bad, but really, “ancient”? Gimmicks aside, it’s very reminiscent of the Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch, just with Multi-Grain replacing the Honey Nut part.

Chex Clusters Fruit & Oats (General Mills)

If you’re into Chex and berries, you’ll like the flavor. I liked it. I didn’t love it, but not everything has to be a home run.

Cocoa Puffs with Stars (General Mills)

Available for a limited time only! Why? I don’t know. It’s tasty, but the star shaped pieces don’t really add a whole lot.

Cinnamon Crunch Squares (Millville)

Another off-brand imitation that deserves high praise. Cinnamon Crunch Squares is pretty comparable to Cinnamon Toast Crunch in most areas, and even exceeds it in some others.

Cocoa Peanut Butter Puffs (Millville)

This is one of the best off-brand imitations of cereals I’ve had, and it’s about time somebody started tackling off-brand cereals like this instead of just more endless Lucky Charms and Shredded Wheat knockoffs.

Cap’n Crunch’s Caramel Popcorn Crunch (Quaker)

There have been a lot of gimmicky cereals this year, and I have a feeling most of them aren’t here for the long haul, and while it doesn’t do the “cereal-that-tastes-like-another-food” gimmick as well as some others, it’s still a decent cereal and it’s worth checking out while you can.

Berry Berry Kix (General Mills)

The original Berry Berry Kix is on my personal list of top 5 cereals, and overall it’s still a pretty good cereal, and I can’t complain. But compared to what it once was, with just a slight change in shape, it really does feel like it’s missing something!

Apple Jacks with Marshmallows (Kellogg's)

What is there to say, really? If you’ve had Apple Jacks, you know what the cereal tastes like; if you’ve had Lucky Charms, you know what the marshmallows taste like. It may not be innovative, but the combination works surprisingly well together.

Peanut Butter Toast Crunch (General Mills)

Despite its shortcomings, still a good cereal, and I like to see some new spins on an old classic like this–even though I don’t consider “peanut butter toast” a thing! I mean, people put peanut butter on toast, but do they call it “peanut butter toast”? But anyway, overall not bad. Would eat again!