Taste-Test

2 Little Girls Taste-Test Disney's "Frozen" Cereal

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Just when you thought there couldn't possibly be anything else for the snowmaaaaaaaaan-building marketers at Disney to put Frozen on, they, well, found something else: a Kellogg's cereal box. And while it looks like the latest Thing With Elsa And Anna On It is just a bowl of Lucky Charms with blue and white marshmallows, Prince Hans also looked like he was a totally nice dude and WE ALL KNOW HOW THAT WORKED OUT.

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So to be sure, we put the new, "collector's edition" Frozen cereal through a rigorous taste-test conducted by the only pair we could trust with such an important assignment: two 5-and-under little girls.

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Let's talk about the box...

Kennedy, 3 years old: "It's so PRETTY. I like Olaf on the picture."
Harper, 5 years old: "I think it's gonna taste good. It has little marshmallows and the marshmallows... LOOK LIKE SNOWFLAKES!!!"

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The first bite

Harper, 5 years old: "Mmm hmm. Good."
Kennedy, 3 years old: "Mmm hmm."

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The second bite

Harper, 5 years old: "I like the ice crystals 'cause they taste like Olaf's skin."
Thrillist: "Ok. Would Olaf like the taste of it?"
Harper, 5 years old: "No. Because he'd melt, 'cause he's made of snow. 'Cause there's milk in it."
Kennedy, 3 years old: "And milk is kinda made of sun."

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Midway through the bowl

Kennedy, 3 years old: "I think I have Olaf powers now."
Thrillist: "What are Olaf powers?"
Harper, 5 years old: "To give warm hugs, probably. I think I have Elsa powers."
Kennedy, 3 years old: "FREEZE IT, HARPER! FREEZE IT!"
Harper, 5 years old: "I FREEZED IT! NOW I FREEZED YOU, DADDY!"
Thrillist: [Frozen]
Kennedy, 3 years old: "UNFREEZE! I unfreezed you, Daddy."

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How many stars would you give it (from 1-to-5)?

Harper, 5 years old: "100, because that's a very high number."
Kennedy, 3 years old: "14, because Elsa likes the number 14."

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The verdict

Harper, 5 years old: "Favorite cereal ever. Because it has marshmallows in it."
Thrillist: "Lucky Charms has marshmallows in it."
Harper, 5 years old: "I think these marshmallows taste better than Lucky Charms."

Grant Marekis a senior editor at Thrillist and this isn't the first cereal story he's done with his kids. Check out pics of his Cap'n Crunch Halloween costume on Twitter: @grant_marek.