Top 10 Worst Breakfast Cereals For Kids
You probably wouldn’t serve your child a Twinkie for breakfast before he or she heads off to school. But some kids’ cereals pack the same sugary punch, according to a new study from the Environmental Working Group. (How much sugar should kids eat?) The study investigated 84 popular children’s cereal brands and found that three-fourths of them failed to meet the federal government’s proposed guidelines on what makes food nutritious enough to be marketed to kids.
This was popular when I was growing up. Man, my brothers and sister and I would fight over who got to read the box while shoveling Honey Smacks in our mouths. I remember them being sticky, like a sticky bun. Yummy goodness.
Just like Honey Smacks, only difference, one was made by Kelloggs and the other Post. Again, we would eat bowls and bowls of Golden Crisp and then go to school. Poor teachers.
Of course who doesn't love to pick the marshmallows out and eat them by the spoonfuls? Am I right? Are you kiddin' Froot Loops and Marshmallows? Cereal heaven baby!
I've never had this cereal, but sounds Oops - Good! Come on, it's Cap'n Crunch for pete's sake.
Who doesn't love the Cap'n, huh? The only thing about this sugary bowl of greatness, was it would leave a film on the roof of your mouth. I often wondered what that film was exactly. Hmmm.
I love these and actually thought they were more nutritious. My girlfriend Lindsey eats them every morning. I'm not going to share the sugar content. It might make her cry.
This makes you feel like you are camping every morning. A cereal that's like a Smore. What could be better? Kelloggs, you are a genius!
Like eating a candied apple. It was like the County fair every morning. You thought you were eating healthy because it was made from fruit! Jokes on us.
My daughter Chloe would eat this cereal everyday if she could. It was one of my favorites growing up too. Again, it's The Cap'n, what can I say?
Froot Loops RULE! Again this is one of my favorite childhood cereals. But since I'm (...) old, I've changed to more bran cereals. Don't laugh!