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Top 21 Cereals of the 90s

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Posted September 22, 2014 by Kathryn Rostan

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If you were a child of the 90s, one of the things you looked forward to the most was waking up and testing a new brand of cereal. There were plenty to choose from as cereal companies were coming up with new flavors all based around hit TV shows and cartoons. So click through the following slides and see which were the best of this legendary decade and enjoy.

Slimer was everyone’s favorite and that translated into big time cereal sales.

There is nothing better than a chocolate overload to start your day off.

They should really serve this at McDonald’s.

Just the classic Wheaties but in the shape of basketballs.

This is a great way to travel back in time and remember the best cereals of the 90s.

Deep-Sea Crunch was short lived but great during its tenure.

If you ate the cereal and got the bowl, then you were sure to start your day off the right way.

Need we really say more here?

Apple Jacks had possibly the best commercials of all-time.

Rice Krispies were a great compromise between what you and your parents wanted.

How could we forget Captain Crunch?

A play on a cartoon is never a bad decision when it comes to cereal.

Dino Pebbles, please make your way back into the mainstream.

You remember the noteworthy cereal not by its box but rather by shape of the actual cereal.

A classic in every sense of the word.

If only Oreo O’s came in a double stuffed version.

This cereal was everyone’s favorite around the Fourth of July.

Cinnamon Toast Crunch is still around today, and for a great reason.

What a great combination: Pop Tarts and cereal.

You remember the commercials but do you really remember eating them? You should!

Lucky Charms is not only the best cereal from the 90s, but of all-time.