You know the saying: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” If you start your day off with some horrible cereal, then odds are you’re not going to have a great one. Don’t look at me like that, it’s facts!
So, when you take your dream trip to Korea, make sure you start your day off correctly with some of the best cereals!
- Oreo O’s
Everyone knows the scrumptious little cookie that has specific rules to eat it that, let’s be honest, no one does. The lovely taste of Oreos has been scientifically input into each of the little ‘O’ shapes in this cereal, and as the “rule” states, you’re still technically dipping the Oreos in milk! Cool, right? Globally available until 2007, this cereal is now exclusive to South Korea.
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From Korea - Post Oreo O’s Cereal. Unlike the new USA version this one has marshmallows. There’s also little specks of white on the cereal itself... Doesn’t look like sugar 🤔... Anyway this is a decent cereal- tasted best half soaked half dry 🙌🏻. And I did get an Oreo vibe when a marshmallow made it to my spoon. 👍🏻. Love the graphics on the box 👻. #oreo #oreos #oreooscereal #oreocereal #postoreoscereal #postoreocerealkorea #koreancereal #oreocerealwithmarshmallow #lookitsamilkghost #milkyghost #sunsobrightghosthastowearshades
- Kellogg’s Chex Choco
You may be familiar with Chex cereal (or Shreddies, if you’re from England like me), the wheaty crosshatch cereals that come in multiple different flavours. Korea has its own chocolate version that comes with a variety of options, too! You can have strawberry flavoured pieces in there, or even ‘snow balls,’ to name a few; and by looking at them you can tell they’re going to give you that sugar rush in the morning.
- Kellogg's Almond Flakes
Now, you could just eat plain cereal with no taste and no WOW factor or you could put that spoon down and go and order some of these funky Almond Flakes! Nutty cereal is nothing out of the ordinary, but almond cereal is less common, and these delicious flakes have the protein to start your day and the sweet, nutty taste of almonds. What’s not to love?
- Coco Ball
Going back down sugar street, here’s another chocolate flavour cereal to add a bit of crunch to your mornings! If they’re not quite your style, then maybe you know someone who might like them: a younger sibling, your child, niece or nephew? I’m sure they’ll love them. Letting them eat their favourite part of the food table, sugar, while also introducing them to food from a different country!
Do any of these cereals particularly stand out to you?
Let us know in the comments which ones you want to try the most! We love to hear from our SnackFever Fam!