I love Crunchy-Nut, the first thing in the morning with cold milk - can't beat the taste.
Then I would move onto my cuppa tea and bread or pouched egg and paratha.
Frosties! I like to mix it with frosted wheat or normal Kellogg's cornflakes.
I might sound completely boring to many people, but my favorite store bought cereal is All Bran Flakes; I eat it with cold, lactose free milk and a sliced banana on top. Yummy! The banana gives it a nice sweetness and creamy texture that combines perfectly with the neutral crunchiness of the cereal. Besides being a quick & easy thing to prepare, it does wonders for your digestive system (attention all constipated people!!!
My favorite right now is apple jacks though I usually change favorites about every three or four months.
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