General Mills Has New Versions Of Reese's Puffs To Start Your Day

General Mills Has New Versions Of Reese's Puffs To Start Your Day
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Few things compare to the satisfaction of a fine bowl of cereal to start off your morning. You know it's a really good morning when the cereal is so delicious you want to go ahead and pour more on top of your leftover milk. While we all have our favorite go-to boxes in the cereal aisle, it's never a bad idea to try something new, and General Mills is making that easy by adding eight new cereals to their line-up.

General Mills are the masterminds behind some of your all-time favorite cereals, like Cheerios, Lucky Charms, and Cinnamon Toast Crunch, so you know they're the experts when it comes to figuring out your morning meal. Just in time for the new year, General Mills is reimagining some of the classics, as well as releasing all-new cereals.

CinnaGraham Toast Crunch will feature graham cracker-flavored pieces combined with the Cinnamon Toast Crunch you know and love, while Reese's Puffs Cluster Crunch is a new version of Reese's Puffs made with crispy clusters. For a fruity option, Strawberry Banana Cheerios are made with a real puree of strawberry and bananas.

Other new editions to the General Mills portfolio include a granola for keto dieters from the brand :Ratio, in toasted almond or toasted coconut flavors. Then there's Plentifull whole-grain cereals in peanut butter and cinnamon-almond butter varieties, and a PJ Masks Cereal inspired by the popular children's cartoon. If you're looking for a low-key Christmas morning breakfast for the kids before opening gifts, this one's for you!

Some of these cereals will be rolling out at select retailers as earlier as December, but you can expect to find them all nationwide wherever you buy General Mills products by January 2022. A happy new year indeed.

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