5:16 AM

Cereal Salad

Posted by texasholly |

If one cereal is good,


then five is MUCH better.



And will make you MUCH stronger.



Who said Wheaties ALONE was the breakfast of champions?

17 comments:

StuffMomsWant said...

My son is also a cereal mix master. He likes to combine the plain (like Rice Krispies) with the fruity (Trix) and add in a bit of texture (Bran Flakes). BTW, I bought the Bran Flakes for him so he could have Raisin Bran without the raisins. Wish I was making that up!

3 Bay B Chicks said...

I'd like to give a standing ovation to the art of cereal mixing. I believe it is something that only children are able to truly master.

-Francesca

Christina said...

I remember being a master cereal mixer as a child, too!

spinning in our own direction said...

Hey.. I still mix my cereal.. hmm maybe I shouldn't admit to that..

Madge said...

this also works with alcohol. sort of.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

He's going to grow up to be my husband. Very easy at dinner.

Jennifer H said...

I can't top Madge's comment. But now I want to mix Life and Cheerios.

Danielle said...

Looks like heaven to me!!! Heaven minus Golden Grahams, that is!

Manic Mommy said...

Never been a mixing fan. I don't recognize that one in the middle but otherwise, I'm impressed with the healthy selection.

MamabearMills said...

OMG he reminds me of my son! so funny!

Elaine A. said...

This is kinda like when I was a kid and would mix all the sodas from the soda fountain together. Right?

Too cute...

Karen said...

My youngest will only eat one kind of cereal - Fiber One. Huh.

MommyTime said...

We are all about the mixing of cereals in our hose too. It's a CRISIS of global proportions if we get down to only one kind of cereal in the pantry. A crisis, I tell you.

Wendy said...

OK, being the virgo that i am i have to say, that's just WRONG! Mixing?!?! I have to go stack something up now and calm down....

Don Mills Diva said...

I'm sorry, did you say something?

Once I saw how cute those jammies were I became completely distracted.

Nap Warden said...

I was a cereal hound as a child:P

Lisa Jo Rudy said...

OMG - what a "power of small" moment. I bet he winds up being a chef, too lol! Shockingly, my son (who is autistic and would wear the same shirt every day if he could) mixes cereals too!!

Lisa

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