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You Can Put That In Cereal And It Actually Tastes Good?

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I was the odd kid in school who never brought a PB&J sandwich in my lunch. It was like I was committing some sort of grade school sin when I whipped out my tuna fish sandwich. They called me tuna in kindergarten. No one wants to be called tuna.

No one.

Every kid has their kryptonite. Onions. Carrots. Anything green. Mine was peanut butter.  I wanted nothing to do with it’s gross smell and it’s thick consistency. It was like childhood denture cement on the roof of your mouth. And what in the world was with the oil that collected like a pond in the middle of the jar?

I just didn’t like it.

I still don’t.

When I came home from work one day, I caught my husband landing the spoon airplane in my son’s mouth. I watched in horror as my son’s tongue clapped working to dissolve the stuff. When he finished, he shot me a grin in satisfaction and revealed peanut butter slathered across his teeth.

All 4 of them.

I immediately knew I was in trouble.

He was hooked.

Since then, all he wants to eat is peanut butter. We go through jars faster than Shawn changes his boxers. In other words, it is about a week or so.

My husband is attractive like that.

As the first day of school approached, we knew that things were going to be difficult for our son. We received many notifications that there were children with severe peanut allergies in his class and the school in general. We discussed allergies with him and how he couldn’t have anything with peanuts in them including his beloved peanut butter sandwiches.

He was not happy, but he said, “I don’t want to make my friends very sick.”

The transition went better than we anticipated. He started to eat only cereal at breakfast, reserving peanut butter to weekends.

Not anymore.

Every single peanut butter, cereal, Cheerios lover, meet new General Mills Peanut Butter Cheerios.

CP897 PB Cheerios 360g 101C

General Mills will be releasing this limited time offer peanut butter loving goodness in Canada on March 4th 2013.

And because General Mills is awesome, they sent our family a box to try.

I opted out of taste testing this cereal, but my two boys gladly took reign.

Two words:

Love it.

My son gobbled up 2 bowls of it and I couldn’t get his chubby fingers out of the box. And just like any other brand of Cheerios, they are just as awesome without milk (so says the boys).

I really like that this also doubles as a fantastic after school snack.

If you head on over to  General Mills Life Made Delicious Facebook page, they are giving away a buy one get one free coupon. Buy any one flavour of Cheerios (Banana, Apple Cinnamon, or Chocolate) and get a box of Peanut Butter Cheerios for free! Then, for ONE WEEKEND ONLY, March 16 & 17th, everyone will be able to redeem their coupon!

Hurry up because these are going fast!

And for my readers, General Mills- Life Made Delicious has offered to send one lucky winner a Peanut Butter Cheerios prize pack (value $50), which will include:

  • Three Munchkin suction bowls
  • Six Munchkin Soft-tip kids spoons
  • One cereal container
  • a set of three sandwich guards (containers)
  • Two boxes of Peanut Butter Cheerios


This giveaway is open to CANADIAN RESIDENTS ONLY

To enter leave a comment below, telling me if you are a peanut butter lover like my boys or if you’re not.

Contest ends on February 28th 2013 at 11:59 pm EST.

As always, winners will be chosen by random.org and will be notified by email.

Disclosure: I am part of the Life Made Delicious Blogger program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”

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