Cereal Review Database

Jif Peanut Butter Cereal (Kellogg's)

The flavor is good. Really, really good. Like, “I might want to knock something out of my top five cereals to make room for Jif Peanut Butter Cereal” good.

Kiwigen Cereal (IncaSur)

This is a good cereal. It’s not a great cereal, but it’s good, and it’s so different from any other cereal I’ve had before that I finished the bowl feeling satisfied and wanting to try it some more. I would buy it again!

Lucky Charms (General Mills)

Despite its few flaws, Lucky Charms is one of the standards of sugary breakfast cereals.

Mallow-Oats (Mom's Best Naturals)

I fucking love this cereal. I think the “Mom’s Best” & “Naturals” tags on this box combined with a lack of artificial flavors makes me feel good about eating an otherwise “unhealthy” cereal. And I love marshmallow cereal, so it works out well. It’s great as a breakfast cereal and a dry snack, so bonus points for that as well.

Mexican Corn Flakes Edición Limitada (Kellogg's)

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

Organic Corn Flakes (Trader Joe's)

I love corn flakes, and these are just as good as any other corn flake I’ve had. These are ~~*organic*~~ so I feel like I should feel better about myself while eating them. I do, so I’m pushing the satisfaction rating up to a solid 7.

Organic Flax Plus – Red Berry Crunch (Nature's Path)

I don’t want to say I hate this cereal, but I do. So I guess I will. I hate this cereal.

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!

Puffins Multigrain (Barbara's)

I’m not really satisfied when I eat Puffin Multigrain cereal. I gave it a few tries, both dry and with milk, and each time seemed like it was lacking something. Combine this feeling with the weird corn aftertaste, and you end up with a cereal I will more than likely never try again.

Raisin Nut Bran (General Mills)

Once again, a pleasant surprise. A “boring,” adult cereal that has a lot more going on below the surface than you’d expect.

Shredded Spoonfuls Multigrain (Barbara's)

I absolutely love this genre of cereal, and it is extremely satisfying to eat with milk.

SpongeBob SquarePants Cereal (General Mills)

Overall, not bad, even if on the whole the flavor was a little bland, as branded kids cereals tend to be. Perhaps it has less sugar as an attempt to convince moms and whiny activists that it’s not the worst cereal kids could be eating? Who knows.

Toffee Crisp (Nestlé)

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