This was the weirdest cereal I’ve had in a while. The cereal consists of yellow marshmallow stars, brown oat puffs, blue alien shapes, and a bizarre Cookie Crisp-style discus. It’s a good snack as a dry cereal, but once exposed to milk, the ingredients seem to break down and deteriorate into a frothy foam-like substance that isn’t very desirable. Even still, I ate it because it seemed cool and I liked the shapes.
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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
I typically have a soft spot for off-brand cereals, but this was just a poor experience all around. I did give an extra point, however, because 15 ounces of Berry Bunch O’Krunch costs a little over half the price of a box of Cap’n Crunch with Crunch Berries (of the same weight). The real stuff is definitely worth the extra expense!
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.
I am a few grams of sugar away from saying that I love this cereal. I really LIKE this cereal, but would like it more if they just upped the cinnamon/sugar/crunch factor just a bit. It’s still a really delicious snack and a great “healthy” alternative to Cinnamon Toast Crunch.