Ok so this was a super challenging list to make as cereal makes up approximately 55% of my diet. It all depends on the day but overall, these are my top 5 faves in no particular order. I'm not sure if it's formatted the way you expected but I've gotta give a major shoutout to @mia_peanut for requesting this list!
- •Lucky CharmsA fan favourite, and an easy choice for any cereal connoisseur. There's two major components: the delicious mallows and the cheerio-like bits which I like to call the "dog food". This cereal is always a fun one- with so many different ways to eat it! Eat the dog food first and then enjoy an all marshmallow delicacy, just dig straight in, the fun goes on.
- •French Toast CrunchThe less popular little brother to cinnamon toast crunch, French Toast crunch is the unsung hero of the cereal isle. I love everything about it- from its adorable shape to the fabulous sticky feeling of maple syrup this cereal possesses. It makes for very sweet milk and a smile that could last all day. Overall, a great way to kick off the perfect day.
- •Raisin BranThat's right. I love Raisin Bran- sue me! I know this is pretty controversial cereal. Most people associate it with old people but I, at the tender age of 19, am a huge fan of it. Different brands have different raisin to bran ratios (could be a whole list of its own!) but my personal favourite variety is Compliments Maximum Raisin. Raisins truly are natures candy, and if loving them is wrong, I don't want to be right.
- •Reese's PuffsI pour my heart and soul into the Reese's franchise, I get behind every product they make and this cereal is no exception. Though I'm typically not a chocolate cereal kind of girl, somehow Reese's puffs has managed to pull through for me and deliver utmost satisfaction every time. I don't buy it often, maybe only once or twice a year, but it's the kind of cereal I will always reach for if it's in my pantry and I will always come back to it full circle. 10/10 Across the board for every part of it
- •Just RightYeah, it may be a little bougie at a whopping $8.99 price point and as a student, I'm blessed when I'm staying at my moms house where that type of disposable income exists and am able to indulge in this luxury. The first time I tried this cereal was in Montreal when at a dinner party thrown by one of my dad's friends. I must've been 7 or 8 years old but I knew in that moment that the joy this cereal brought me would follow me for life. A true underdog story.