Thread: Oreos Cereal

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    • 6 years 11 months ago
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    I remember eating that cereal as a kid in the late 90s and I csnt seem to find it anymore do they still make it ?
    kid still stuck in the 90s
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      • 6 years 11 months ago
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      OREOS CEREAL!?!

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        • 6 years 11 months ago
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        Oh God those were disgusting. Even my brother wouldn't eat them. And he eats anything.
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          • 6 years 11 months ago
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          If you want cookie cereal, Cookie Crisp is the only way to go.

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            Quote by SonnyCorleone
            If you want cookie cereal, Cookie Crisp is the only way to go.



            Yeah. Marshmellows aren't similar to the creamy center in any way.
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              • 6 years 11 months ago
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              Oreo O's

              I loved this cereal when it first came out. I can kinda remember the commercial with a cow in it. From what I read,it was discontinued in '07.


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                • 6 years 11 months ago
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                This was late 90's, wasn't it?
                I remember that this was one of my favorites when it came out. It may look like a fruit-loops cereal flavored like chocolate... because it essentially was. The marshmallows were a bonus, but the cereal was really great.

                There were two that I enjoyed during that time... Oreo O's and Mud & Bugs. Mud & Bugs was from Lion King's Timon & Pumba.

                Too bad both are no longer in existance.

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                  • 6 years 11 months ago
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                  i dont understand why marshmallows look vacuum dried and always added in cereal. looking at that one up there, shoulda been gummy bugs maybe
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                    Man, I forgot about this stuff. It was super tasty!
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                      • 6 years 11 months ago
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                      From what I could find, you can still get it in New York and Korea.
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                        • 6 years 11 months ago
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                        Quote by Spottedfeather
                        From what I could find, you can still get it in New York and Korea.


                        Well this explains everything, LOL!
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                          • 6 years 10 months ago
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                          I used to love Oreo-Os, but mainly just for the novelty factor. I went through the same thing with Cookie Crisp--I was just so excited to be eating cookies for breakfast, I managed to overlook the cardboardy taste. Reeses puffs, though, those were the real thing.
                            • 6 years 10 months ago
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                            ugh, i hated oreo-o's from the start. i couldn't get past the taste at all
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                              • 6 years 10 months ago
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                              My parents couldn't really afford it so we only got it on occassions.But god they were delicious
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                                • 6 years 10 months ago
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                                That cereal was okay but this cereal was so good.
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                                  • 6 years 10 months ago
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                                  What I can't seem to find is that rice crispy treat cereal. That stuff was GOOD!



                                  Aah. cereal of the 90's. ...... ... . ..
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                                    • 6 years 10 months ago
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                                    This reminds me. Why does all the good cereal come in small boxes that cost more!? It's like the better the cereal, the smaller the box.
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                                      • 6 years 10 months ago
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                                      Quote by SONIC123
                                      This reminds me. Why does all the good cereal come in small boxes that cost more!? It's like the better the cereal, the smaller the box.


                                      Because they know people will still buy it. They save money using less cereal and a smaller box and up the price. But we the consumers will still continue to buy, so they profit. They mostly do it to the best selling cereal brands. Because we will just straight for the ones we want.
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                                        • 6 years 10 months ago
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                                        I have a love/hate thing with chocolate cereals. By the time "Oreos Cereal" hit the market, I wasn't interested. Cool looking box btw.

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                                          • 6 years 10 months ago
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                                          I loved the taste of the original ones. According to Wikipedia mashmellows werent added until 2001.

                                          Of course i think all cereals by Kelloggs/Post went downhill in the mid 2000s when they made them healthier or so they say. Either that or my taste buds have changed when it comes to cereal. Lucky Charms, etc which were so sugary when i was a kid now taste terrible to me. The only brand that still tastes the same is the Capn Crunch products which arent made by the big 2 cereal companies, theyre made by Quaker Oats. I buy them over Post/Kellogs now.
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