French Toast Crunch Cereal to Return from the Cereal Graveyard

 

Breakfast cereals have become synonymous with different generations. Our grandparents love Cream of Wheat, our parents Cheerios. As kids, we were able to fill our bowls each morning with the wonders of Fruity Pebbles, Cookie Crisp, and of course, what Mark Ahn says is his personal favorite, French Toast Crunch. The syrup-flavored, bread slice shaped, sugary delight that many a child held as a delicacy first originated in 1995 and was discontinued in 2006, but now it’s slated to make a comeback.

This is bound to bring forth a surge of nostalgia for 90’s kids, some of whom were so passionate about their breakfast cereal of choice that they even set up a Facebook memorial page in its honor and a petition on Change.org that accumulated a staggering 100,000 signatures in favor of its return.

The company says that the cereal is scheduled to return to stores next month, and will retain its same distinct flavor and beloved bread slice shape. You can be sure that this time, it won’t be kids begging their parents for the latest unhealthy but delicious cereal, but rather parents trying to convince their spouse to let the purchase “just one more box.”

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