National Cereal Day

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Calories and Nutrition Facts Label for General Mills Honey Nut Cheerios - Fat, Carbohydrate, Protein, Fiber Points, Vitamins and Minerals

 Who knew? Even cereal has a special day. If you’re curious, you may be thinking about your favorite cereal and how it rates in the top 10. Annie’s is Frosted Shredded Wheat. However, that’s not the number one best seller. Hint, Hint–check out the package. Yes, Honey-Nut Cheerios (buzz, buzz) is the top dog. Read the nutritional information listed on the package, too. At 110 calories, it’s a diet saver, but you’ve got to remember to add in calories for milk, unless you eat it right out of the box.

Who came in second? Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes. Sorry, Tony!

It’s always fun to eat cereal for meals other than breakfast. Sometimes when Annie doesn’t feel like cooking, ordering in, or eating out, she has a bowl of cereal and a piece of fruit for supper. She wonders how many people will fess up about eating cereal for lunch or supper, never dinner, especially in the hotter months.

Is oatmeal a cereal? If it is, have a bowl tonight for supper. Add dried cranberries and a dash of cinnamon for flavor. Yummy! If you fix it in the microwave, you don’t even have a pot/pan to wash.

Happy crunching!

Annie Ambles celebrates National Cereal Day


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