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    crunchy nut all the way. The amount of milk has to be right though, too much and they're soggy, but too little and they're dry. haha
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    coco pops or cherios
    mmmmmmmmmmmmm
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    Oats.
    Nice complex carbs.
    Cheap.
    It is not processed crap.
    Taste nice
    Easy + Quick to make.
    Healthy.
    Good source of fiber.
    I buy the unbranded stuff from co-op.
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    Porridge and treacle :d
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    Crunchy Nut CLUSTERS
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    Frosted wheats, or wheatabix. I have them dry, because I hate milk on cereal!
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    Branflakes :coma:
    Harvest Moon's branflakes are so much nicer than Kellog's.
    omnom.
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    Weetabix or Ready Brek.
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    Keeps me full
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    I don't eat cereal, I prefer a cup of tea and burnt toast. Lunch is cereal time

    In France I had those Coco Pops Rock things, are they sold here? they were nice
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    I rarely do eat breakfast, but when I do it's always Bran flakes, yum!
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    Frosted Shreddies, recently.
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    Special K (red berries)!

    Has anybody had 'lucky charms' in America before?? (they're quite big out there). Remember my sister bringing some home and it was the most sugary cereal I have ever tasted!!
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    Coco Pops - I'm a chocolate breakfast person.

    But if I had my way and Lucky Charms were more cheaply available in the Uk I would have them.
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    (Original post by J_90)

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    (Original post by Liam_G)
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    Oh, y'all didn't know? :perv:
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    Weetos :3
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    (Original post by Limitless)
    Oats.
    Nice complex carbs.
    Cheap.
    It is not processed crap.
    Taste nice
    Easy + Quick to make.
    Healthy.
    Good source of fiber.
    I buy the unbranded stuff from co-op.
    Booooooooooooooriiiiiiiiing!

    Get some nice simple-carbs sugary cereal down yer!
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    (Original post by besarlalluvia)
    Weetos :3

    ????
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    Chocolate Shreddies although I'm getting bored of them now. It's a toss up between Coco Pops, Cheerios and Honey Loops next.
 
 
 
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