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Wholesome Breakfast with General Mills {Review +Giveaway}

Quick Healthy BreakfastOh the 80's how I loved thee. Before Playstation, Wii, or Xbox there was a little box called Atari. I remember playing Pong and Frogger on it when I was a kid. Boy have times changed.  General Mills has teamed up with Target and Atari to bring you back to the 80's. Yeah!!

Get yourself a  healthy breakfast with your favorite Big G cereal like Cheerios, Total or a big bowl of Wheaties. This is the best way to start the day off.  General Mills brings you a wide variety of whole grain cereals to make sure you do have a well balanced healthy breakfast.

My Thoughts

My son currently is enjoying Cinnamon Toast Crunch as a snack. He isn't really a cereal with milk eater but this past weekend we hit a kids event with a bag full of it in case he needed a snack. He also loves Honey Nut Cheerios too.  For me I am more of a Total gal. They used to have a Total cereal with strawberries that I really liked but I can't seem to find it anymore.  I am however, looking forward to trying Total Cinnamon Crunch.  I see on their website that they have a brand called Basic 4 that looks worth trying.  I will use the $10 Target gift card that was supplied to me to go try these.


General Mills, Atari, and Target are giving one lucky reader their Retro Big G gift pack. You will receive 2 boxes of Big G cereal in their retro 80's look, a $10 gift card to buy other Big G cereals to try, and a free download of one 80's classic Atari game.  Come on you have got to try Pong if you haven't already.

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Disclosure: The prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills, Atari and Target through MyBlogSpark.



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