questionscheerios is celebrating it's 70th anniversary…

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Cheerios are good crafting material. Honey Nut Cheerios are pretty tasty. That said, I haven't had Cheerios in years. My inclination towards breakfast has slid in recent years, although I'm all about the brunch on weekends.

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@inkycatz: I will agree that Honey Nut Cheerios is tastier than the original. But what I really want to know is what exactly are you crafting with them?

As for weekend brunches - they should always include Eggs Benedict and mimosas.

p.s. love the Sesame Street reference.

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I read once that Honey Nut Cheerios were the #1 selling cereal. Not my favorite but I do like them. Cheerios make great dog treats and babies first finger food.

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WAIT!! Are you guys telling me that Cheerios aren't doughnut seeds?

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@loubriccant: That had me rollin

Honey Nut and Chocolate Cheerios FTW!

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@mfladd: Well I don't remember exactly, I used to work with kids years ago, see. They're pretty versatile. The cheerios, not the kids.

That said: http://www.artistshelpingchildren.org/cherrios-craftsmakingartscraftskids.html

Also, did you know there's actually a cookbook for cheerios? I was quite amused to find this out.

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I did not know there was a cookbook, but here is the link:

http://www.amazon.com/Cheerios-Cookbook-Treats-Clever-Crafts/dp/0764596098

I know we also have the storybook for kids where you are suppose to place cheerios into slots for the child to pick up.

Great Marketing.

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Nothing beats milk in the bowl after honey nut cheerios, they could bottle it, i would buy.

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I think they are very blandolicious

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You would be surprised at the number of people who eat exclusively Cheerios because that's all they've ever eaten (w.r.t. cereals). General Mills is so scared of losing those customers that they spend [insert obscene sum of money] to make sure stores never run out. Ever.
This story stolen from a [possibly unreliable?] Operations Research prof.

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I love them and so does my 13 month old daughter.

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They are good for potty training your little boy. Throw a couple into the toilet and have him pee on them.

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@mellielou: Playing "hit the target" huh?

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70? Who wants to eat geriatric cereal?

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I refuse to eat anything that is older than I am.

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Honey nut cheerios are a great base for a blend. I usually eat mine w/ basic 4.

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I like Frosted Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios.

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Honey Nut are the best and my daughter will fight you for them. For what it's worth, her highly trained palette can distinguish between REAL Cherrios and all those off-brand "O's". She's like a shark, she can detect 1 off-brand 'O' in a bowl of 100 of the real thing. Never fails.

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I regularly eat original, Frosted, and Multigrain Cheerios.
The only other cereal I eat is Special K Red Berries.

:D

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@woothulhu: Cubans make a shake with sugar pops cereal, I can't find the recipe though. : ( I bet it would be good with cheerios, and you might want to try and experiment, it might be only cereal and milk, blended.

While looking for it I did find this one though:
http://www.cheerios.com/recipes/cereal-milk-shake/7ba534f4-ddf6-4415-a0f7-49a898bf16d3