I refuse to buy “chocolate” cereal because that’s candy (unless it’s for me, then it’s medicinal), not breakfast. I do occasionally flip out and let someone talk me into “Lucky Charms” or a similar cereal with colorful marshmallow (that’s what they say they are anyway) pieces. I should never, ever buy these. Even the just-turned-two-year-old has the sense to pick out the fake marshmallow bits. “Cereal all gone” as she hands me a bowl FULL of little cardboard looking grain pieces. Yet I know that the next time we are at the grocery I’ll have someone begging for “Reeses Cereal” and “movie-themed cereal with marshmallow cartoon characters”. Personally I think cereal comes in two main flavors. Would you prefer “paper pulp” or “sugar with food coloring”. Umm, no thank you. Pop-tarts are very popular in our house but unless it’s the fudge flavor I’ll skip those, too. Of course fudge pop-tarts are cookies, not breakfast.