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Who doesn’t like peanut butter?! … Well, ok, lots of people don’t like peanut butter. And many other people are actually allergic to it, but if you don’t fall into either of those categories then I have the cereal for you!
Peanut Butter Cookie Crisp is a whole grain corn cereal made by General Mills and is part of the Millsberry line of kid cereals. It was added to the Cookie Crisp collection in 2005. Chip the Wolf, originally known as Howler, is the cereal’s mascot. Judging by the smacking of his lips he enjoys a little bit of peanut butter in his diet, as any canine would.
The cereal packs a serious peanut butter punch. It is admittedly super sweet, but you’re reading the words of a woman who sprinkles extra sugar onto her peanut butter before eating it, so this is exactly the way I like it. The bite-size peanut butter cookies taste exactly like a homemade peanut butter cookie, even better than some I’ve had! And the best part is that the cereal stays crunchy in milk which is much more important for a cereal to do than its cookie counterpart.
Peanut Butter Cookie Crisp contains 12 vitamins and minerals, including 25% of the daily recommended allowance of Iron, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, and Zinc.
If you’re looking for a low sugar cereal for your kids this might not be the best option for you, but if you want something with vitamins and minerals that tastes delicious enough for your kids to actually eat then I say go for it!
No toy inside, but a fun Cookie Cruiser cut-out activity on the back keeps the family occupied.
Slogan: “The Great Taste of Peanut Butter Cookies & Milk!”
Taste: Seriously peanut buttery
Box opening: Easy
Bag rippage: No ripping
Bag slippage: Minimal slipping
Allergy alert: Contains peanut and wheat ingredients
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- For more information about the cereal please visit the General Mills website.
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