Monday, May 26, 2014

Summer Berry

Rice, Sugar, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (Coconut And Palm Kernel Oils), Salt, Contains Less Than 0.5% Of Natural And Artificial Flavor, Red 40, Strawberry Juice Concentrate, Blueberry Juice Concentrate, Blue 1, Yellow 6, Raspberry Juice Concentrate, Summer Berry Juice [fresh squeezed].

For anyone who longs for toxic fruitiness from their cereal (with bright and unnatural colors), Post Foods has a limited edition called Summer Berry Pebbles.  It brought me back to all the things I loved about fruity cereals from my childhood, like BooBerry and Frankenberry (not the modern versions of those Monster Cereals).

Unnaturally sweet and super bright, and 100% All-American (Red 40, White, and Blue 1).

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9 comments:

Jay's Shadow said...

Ah yes, the tasty goodness of artificial colors and favors.

Might have to get some to try.

Willow Cove said...

Yum, I grew up on Booberry and my brother was Count Chocula.

The Creeping Cruds said...

Does it taste different than Fruity Pebbles?

Rot said...

These are really gooood.
Definitely a strong berry flavor...can't place it though, but totally different than the normal fruity pebbles flavoring.

Not quite strawberry...not raspberry... probably summer berries ; )

K von said...

I wouldn't say no to "Autumn Berry" or something that doubled as German appreciation berry. >_>

girl6 said...

toxic, what a Great word. : D

Pebbles...like BamBam?
what are the graphics like on the box?

Rot said...

Bam Bam and Pebbles are on the cover....and he's wearing a prehistoric Uncle Sam hat...

It's 100% American.

In fact, it's un-American to NOT eat these.

girl6 said...

welllll that's it for me!!!!
i'm buying a box, i LOVE being American (well 1/2 actually).

i'm going to google & see if i can check out that Prehistoric uncle sam hat too, cause damn..<3333333

awwwwww Pebbles & BamBam, those guys were always so in Love, from when they were tiny tots...siiigh

Jeannine520 said...

MMM.., that will go nicely with my Twizzlers and Pringles.