SPOTTED: Limited Edition Frosted Flakes Banana Creme and Frosted Flakes Honey Nut

Limited Edition Frosted Flakes Banana Creme Cereal

Kellogg s Honey Nut Frosted Flakes Cereal

“They’re Gr-r-reat!” doesn’t appear on other varieties of Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes. Are they not great to Tony the Tiger’s impeccable tongue? (Spotted by Robbie at Walmart Neighborhood Market and @theericschuman at Acme.)

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3 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Limited Edition Frosted Flakes Banana Creme and Frosted Flakes Honey Nut”

  1. i wonder if the banana creme will make it over to these Uk shores – sound interesting.

    the other ones sound like Crunchy Nut Cornflakes that are popular here, presumably they are not a thing there?

    1. If i find these – I’ll let you know! I love Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes and am so sad we don’t have them here in the states! I have to pay up the wazzou on Amazon for them!

  2. I had so been looking forward to the banana creme Frosted Flakes. It’s no secret I’m crazy about anything banana flavored. Can’t get enough. But there’s one small caveat. It has to be real or natural banana flavor. Laffy Taffy or Circus Peanuts or Runts are absolutely the WRONG banana flavor.
    Unfortunately, these banana creme frosted flakes are just that, fake banana flavor. So disappointed and such a letdown.
    If you’re like me and want the authentic real banana taste, go with the new Raisin Bran with bananas. Excellent product that these fake flakes can’t even compare to.

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