48. General Mills Golden Grahams
47. Nature’s Path Sunrise Crunchy Maple
46. Kellogg’s Special K
I’m never upset that I’m eating Special K, but I’m never that excited either, you know? DO YOU?
45. Kellogg’s Rice Krispies
See Special K. Also, I went abroad to Australia in college, and they called them “Rice Bubbles” and that somehow really messed with me.
44. Post Waffle Crisp
I love waffles so much, so I had really high hopes in 1996 when these came out. And though you get a lot of maple flavoring, you don’t get really any “waffle” action, and so here they sit at 44. I did enjoy the old-lady mascots who allegedly cooked all the cereal individually, despite recognizing how inefficient that would be for profitability and bottom line.
43. General Mills Count Chocula
Despite being a chocolate cereal, Count Chocula sits this high thanks to my love of Transylvanian folklore and marshmallows.
It’s like plain-flavored Trix!
41. General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Despite the delicious milk they produce, they're still too damn soggy. Also, cinnamon flavoring doesn’t get you far with me, in case you’re taking notes, cereal marketers. Final also, I feel like this is going to be an unpopular rank.