They burst with cinnamony flavor and when milk was poured on top, the whole bowl mirrored the taste of a sweet cinnamon bun.
The concept was simple: You made the oatmeal and then you drew fun doodles on top with the flavor packet.Then, you would swirl in the syrupy concoction in with your spoon and dig in
The bars were not only dipped in chocolate on the bottom but they were also drizzled with the sweet stuff and topped with candy pieces.
The '90s cereal was both colorful and sugary, so—like most items on the list—we can't imagine it provided much nutritional value.
For a period of time, Kellogg's stuffed their iconic toaster waffles with strawberry jam to create Eggo Waf-fulls, and they were so delicious.
Back in the '80s, when there were practically endless fun cereals, we had Smurf-Berry Crunch. And yes, the cereal was primarily blue! It was a very thematic morning meal
What we appreciated about Trix? It combined two bright and colorful flavors in the same cup and paired well with Trix cereal. These also made a great addition to packed lunches.
These peanut butter-based snacks come in soft-baked and crunchy bars as well as bite-size pieces. While they weren't a hit among consumers
The Snack'n Waffle already made with little bits of syrupy sweetness,so you had the full waffle experience right in your hand—no plate,silverware,or maple syrup necessary
The nutty granola bar was fully dipped in chocolate, which gave you a much-needed dose of sweetness at 8 a.m. Unfortunately, they didn't last long on the market
This cereal from the 70s gave you your waffles in cereal form.The crunchy,ring-shaped cereal had the flavor of a waffle complete with butter and syrup but was instead doused in creamy milk
In the '80s,that flavor was achieved without the fresh fruit by way of Banana Frosted Flakes.The flakes were coated with banana flavoring and paired with dried banana pieces.