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Retro: Cocoa Puffs

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About a year and half ago, I blogged about finding retro breakfast cereal boxes at my local Target store. I was very excited to find them, as they brought back my early memories of eating my favorite cereals.

So this last week, while shopping at Target, I found more retro boxes. Instead of buying them all, I decided to get just one – Cocoa Puffs.

I’ve not had Cocoa Puffs in several years, so I used my love of all things retro to try them again. Chocolate balls of corn that have a lot of sugary sweetness baked into them. Served in a large bowl, with milk poured over them, these Cocoa Puffs didn’t fail to make me smile.

I still rate Lucky Charms higher in my ranking of favorite breakfast cereals, but it’s good to try something else you’ve not had for a while.

Look for the other retro boxes at your local Target store: Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and the afore mentioned Lucky Charms.

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Retro: Cocoa Puffs by Banal Leakage, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

4 Comments

  1. Dave2 says:

    The problem being that the cereal inside isn’t retro as well. It’s the “new” style which doesn’t taste nearly as good.

    1. martymankins says:

      I think the new styles of the food are not 100%, but I do get some great memories from seeing the box.

  2. kapgar says:

    Has Cinnamon Toast Crunch actually been around long enough to have a retro box?

    1. martymankins says:

      I guess so. I know the Lucky Charms boxes have gone retro multiple times, but I didn’t eat Cinnamon Toast Crunch all that often.

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