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For years eating cereal at night has been my thing. I’ll take a good crunchy cereal over ice cream every time. Just add milk and it’s the best good night snack around. Now I’ve got Brody asking for cereal (mostly Froot Loops) at night over any other treat we have in the house. Sometimes he eats just cereal, other times he wants milk added…and that’s certainly okay with me.
To tell the truth, Brody would live on cereal if I let him. Cereal is a serious thing in our house. You just can’t beat a good bowl of cereal with lots of flavor. In my opinion, cereal is the perfect nighttime snack while watching movies in the comfort of your own home! So to prepare Brody for the new movie Disney PLANES FIRE & RESCUE coming out later this month at theaters, we are watching Disney Planes 1 that I bought for him after seeing the movie at the theater. He totally loves Dusty and I love the cute story. Such a family movie it is!
Tony the Tiger has captured many many hearts over the years, hasn’t he? Well, right now Tony and his friends are offering cool coupons centered around the new Disney movie on specially marked Kellogg’s cereals such as Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, and Corn Pops. You’ll find some pretty great coupons on the back of the boxes, i.e. $7.50 off movies tickets, $10 off Disney Planes video game, $1 off two Kellogg’s fruit flavored snacks, and more. I believe its only available for a short time, and Walmart has them all.
I love the cereal selection at my local Walmart! Kellogg’s being one of my favorite brands, has so many great cereals for kids and adults. Not only do I eat cereal at night, I also put cereal in my yogurt. I’m telling you…it’s that crunch that’s super! Special K is my favorite cereal, right up there with Mini Wheats. Both Brody and I enjoy the Mini Wheats because its the perfect bite size snacks…no milk needed – just toss in mouth!
Hey, wait…don’t throw that cereal box away…make cardboard airplanes!. So simple – just following the instructions on how to make a paper airplane. You remember that, right? Okay, just in case you forgot, I jotted down the instructions below…HAVE FUN!!
PS. You just may need to use some “elbow grease” on the folding parts. I also put a piece of black tape on the nose of the plane to keep it together. Looks cook, doesn’t it? Brody loved it.
So the next time you and your kiddos cuddle up at night to watch your favorite movie, instead of grabbing candy why not consider your favorite Kellogg’s cereal for that perfect good night snack….milk or no milk…it’s all good!