Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes are Real and As Tasty As You Hoped

General Mills sponsored this post, all the opinions are my own.

It’s here folks – a New Year. We trudged through the end of 2017 really ready for a change – ready to take on the new hope of a promising year with a vengeance. This year will #bebetter.

We’re moms – we are ready to take on this challenge like Travis Rice eyeing up a never attempted powder mountain cliff – unchartered territory is our specialty.

And General Mills has delivered. 

Cereal lovers – brace yourselves because they just dropped some incredible new mixups you immediately want in your pantry.

General Mills merged some of your favorites into one box (brilliant!). You’re going to see fun mixes like Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheerios, and Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes on Walmart shelves this week. Say what? Yes.

Plus, we know you’re not really making breakfast anyways – you’re skipping it – just like 31 million Americans (woah!) when you already know it should be the most important meal of your day. So this week while you’re in Walmart, grab a few Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes for a quick breakfast fix, and watch your kids minds blow when you show them this box.

This is the year of happiness – and that means no shame in sleeping and letting the kids make their own bowls of cereal. Plus, who can’t be happy with that colorful bowl full of rainbows to start a day?

Next time you are buying a General Mills cereal at Walmart, be sure to check out the new merchandise offer! Buy 5 items, scan your receipt with the Box Tops Bonus App and earn 50 Bonus Box Tops! Help earn cash for your kid’s school!

By | 2018-01-24T18:59:10+00:00 January 23rd, 2018|Brand collaboration, Food, kids to do, Motherhood, top products, What's New|Comments Off on Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes are Real and As Tasty As You Hoped

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Stephanie Barnhart is an award-winning blogger, columnist, and outdoor enthusiast writer featured in the Huffington Post, New York Times and other media outlets. She is also the NYC Editor for