Post Sesame Street Cereal Available in Stores Now!
Post Cereal has launched a new cereal for the special munchkins in your life, Post Sesame Street Cereal! In today’s cereal isle of the grocery store, it sure is refreshing to see a healthy choice for our children. Not only do I trust Post Cereal to produce quality cereal, but I am happy that my kids love the taste and will pick out the box amongst all of the other boxes out there, as it sure does seem like a constant battle to get them to choose a “mother approved” box when we’re shopping together.
Post Sesame Street Cereal which comes in two flavors, Elmo’s A is for Apple, and Cookie Monster’s B is for Banana, is formulated to meet a growing toddler’s needs, providing them with 2/3 of their daily whole grains serving with only gram of sugar. Additionally, the fun X and O shapes are specifically designed for little fingers and the yummy cereal has a soft texture that melts away for safe and easy consumption. And each box features 2 different educational activities per flavor for you and your little one to learn and play. You can have fun collecting them all!
With breakfast being the most important meal, and usually a stressful time in my day, it’s great to be able to rely on and a tried and true company like Post to feed and energize my kids. Wether with or without milk, I can trust that my kids will be happy eating with Elmo and Cookie Monster’s Sesame Street Cereal!
Right now, you can Post is giving away a $1.00 off coupon to fans who want to try the new Sesame Street Cereal! So head over to Facebook today!
We received product samples from Post to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.
Author: Caroline Hileman-Schaffer (47 Articles)
Caroline entered the entertainment field before graduating from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. While attending USC, she began her film career on such movies as Body and Soul, Crossing Paths, and Bug Busters. She also concentrated on her television career working on shows such as MTV's "Singled Out," ESPN's "X-Games," and Dick Clark's "Blooper's and Practical Jokes." After graduating from USC, Caroline worked on several live award shows such as Dick Clark's "An Evening At The Oscars," and "The Soap Opera Awards," Telepicture's "Rosie At The Grammy's," MTV's "Music Awards," VH1's "VH1 Honors," and "The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards." In 1999, Make It Happen Productions employed Ms. Hileman fulltime to oversee all productions working with CBS, ABC, NBC, CNBC, Spike TV, Fox Sports, NFL Channel, FX Networks, amongst others. Her credits include "Correspondent's Survivor" for the White House Congressional Dinner for President Bush, the "Sirius Satellite Radio" Campaign, "The Godfather Campaigns," "Shaq and His Super Friends" Album, "The Shield," the main open titles for NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," an award-winning Super Bowl campaign for NFL Network, and many other projects. Caroline is currently a stay-at-home mom to 7 year old twins, Carter and Caitlyn, and resides on the Central Coast.