What are Blueberry Cheerios?
After decades of Honey Nut and the occasional new flavor of Cheerios, it seems like we’ve gotten at least 20 new varieties in the past couple years, with Blueberry being the latest to hit shelves.
How are they?
Blueberry Cheerios are not quite up to snuff with the previous fruit inspired flavors, but that’s not to say they’re bad.
First off, the scent is pitch perfect. I bet you could name this cereal in a blind sniff test with no hesitation. The cereal pieces appear to be caked with a purplish dust with little bits of actual pureed blueberry.
The flavor is not as strong as I expected. The first few bites give you a quick blueberry hit, but it soon fades as the dust dissipates into the milk.
There are no artificial flavors, which I assumed and appreciated. That said, when it comes to blueberry, I think I prefer a regrettable sugary start to my morning. This is the adult’s Blueberry Toast Crunch, which is odd considering a toddler could master the games on the box.
Is there anything else you need to know?
It’s almost two cereals in one. You start with purple o’s and white milk, but within a minute you have an almost normal looking bowl of Cheerios floating in a purplish run-off.
The milk ends up being the tastiest part as the cereal pieces get blander. I drank the second half of the bowl, cereal pieces and all.
I’ve tried most of the fruit Cheerios (Banana, Peach, Berry, etc.) and I honestly think they’re all superior. Blueberry is still a solid cereal, but I’d put it near the bottom in terms of Cheerios flavors.
I know we’ve had Fruity Cheerios in the past, but I would love a “Fruit Medley” mix consisting of all the previously mentioned flavors. Blueberry would make a great supporting player.
Purchased Price: $3.99
Size: 10.9 oz
Purchased at: Shop Rite
Rating: 6 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (3/4 cup) 110 calories, 1.5 grams of fat, 0 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 125 milligrams of sodium, 21 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber, 8 grams of sugar, and 2 grams of protein.
8 thoughts to “REVIEW: Blueberry Cheerios Cereal”
Bummed that these aren’t great. The peach ones set a really high bar.
I’m disappointed that I can’t find these. In Michigan. Where I grew up you can shop at The Blueberry Store. I’ve been checking Meijer, Target, Walmart, and Kroger, and have yet to see a hint of these. Speaking of which, I saw Kroger-branded blueberry/maple breakfast bread here a while back, but all the locations I’ve checked only carry blueberry/lemon and something-else/maple.
I’ve found these blueberry Cheerios very delicious; however, the blueberry taste does leave the taste buds wondering after they hit the milk. Mariano’s in Chicago had a limited supply so I bought a few boxes. I eat them as a snack, as well without the milk.
Love the blueberries!!!
I didn’t care for these. At all. I put 1/3 of a bag in my dairy goat feed. They ate the mill grain & LEFT the Blueberry Cheerios. Going back to whole grain Cherrios.
The review here is spot on! I was so excited to try these but upon opening the box the cereal did not look the same in my bowl as it did on the box. My milk turned an adams family grey purple color. Probably going to feed this to the pigeons.
I love these!’ I had them for brekkie this morning with whole Horizon Organic milk. So good! ? ? I had a craving for them this morning & they didn’t disappoint. Mmm! Tomorrow, maybe the maple ? ones… ?
Buy frozen wild blueberries and put em in your cereal, any cereal. They won’t disappoint. Use them frozen and the milk stays cold (awesome!) or mic em for 20 secs and just like fresh. It’s hard to improve on perfection.
Buy frozen blueberries and just eat them with a spoon right out of the bag.
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