20 Discontinued Breakfast Cereals We REALLY Miss

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Once upon a time we all had a favorite brand of cereal that we could eat forever. But unfortunately, some of our favorites come and go. Here is our list of breakfast cereals we miss that we’ll probably never eat again.

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Poptarts Crunch

Those who love Poptars loved this cereal. How could you not?
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Deep Sea Crunch

Another type of cereal associated with Captain Crunch. This cereal had fish shapes in it.
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Kiss Crunch

This was a huge hit with fans of the band. It also was big with kids because of its sweetness.
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French Toast Crunch

Yum, the sweetness of French Toast combined with the goodness of cereal. Too bad it didn’t last.
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Sprinkle Spangles

This cereal had it all. It was sweet and it was crunchy. The perfect combination.
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Oreo O’s

People had been dunking their Oreos in milk for a while. This cereal just took that idea and ran with it.
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Teddy Graham’s Breakfast Bears

Kids’ favorite snack became one of kids’ favorite cereals. They took the bears and put them into a cereal box so that kids could enjoy them even earlier in the day.
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Urkel O’s

Steve Urkel was the iconic ‘Did I do that?’ guy on Family Matters. So kids were able to eat him for breakfast and get their nerd on.
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Jurassic Park Crunch

Jurassic Park was one of the biggest movies of the 90s. So they capitalized on that and made it into a cereal.
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Tiny Toons Adventures Cerea

They’re tiny, they’re toony, they’re all a little loony. And they wound up in your breakfast bowl.
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Batman Returns Cereal

Apparently when Batman returned, he showed up for breakfast. And people ate him up.
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Bigg Mixx Cereal

If you took a bunch of cereals that you only had a little bit left over, you would have this cereal from the 1990’s. There’s an urban legend that it was created from sweeping up the floors at Kelloggs.
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Pink Panther Flakes

This is yet another cartoon cereal. After all, kids used to watch cartoons Saturday mornings, so why not let them eat a cartoon while watching one?
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Dinky Donuts

If you loved donuts, you probably loved these. They were similar to Cheerios but bigger and they had frosting.
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Cinnaman Marshmallow Scooby Doo Cereal

Another cartoon cereal. This one was for fans of Scooby Doo and was sweet enough that even Shaggy and Scooby would love it.
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Ice Cream Cones Cereal

This cereal came out briefly in 1987 and was only in stores for a short while. But it came back out shortly in 2003.
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Mr. T Cereal

Those who watched the A Team loved this cereal. it’s always great to see a TV icon on a cereal box.
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Pac-Man

Pac-Man was a video game, a TV-show, and a cereal! It came with crunchy and marshmallow pieces filled with sweetness.
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Kenmei Rice Bran

This cereal was by Kelloggs from the 70s. This is probably the only cereal in this list kids wouldn’t eat.
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Sugar Rice Krinkles

This was yet another sweetened rice cereal. It was by Post and its mascot was a clown.
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