Cheerios is a brand of oat-based breakfast cereals by General Mills. It was first introduced in 1941.
It hits home
It hits home and gives one a sense of comfort.
Janelle, - 09 September 2008
Cheerios hits the spot!
I began eating Cheerios as a youth, yet over the years I have tried many other breakfast cereals. However, when I entered my adulthood, Cheerios have been endeared to me the most. The main reason was for the many health benefits they offered - and for the grown up image it presents - as the childish, fruity flavor variety of other cereals did not appeal to me. I especially love how they taste - plain or with crisp, cold Vanilla Silk Soy Milk, drizzled with honey and topped with a tender, sweet banana! At the end of a long day when I don’t want a heavy meal - a crunchy, sweet bowl of Cheerios hits the spot! They truly have become my favorite "comfort food".
Denise R., United States - 04 April 2007
Appealing in a simple way
How can you not love a cereal that screams "oooooohhhh" at you? Need I say more? Even the plain flavor is interesting and appealing in a simple way. And if that's not right for you, General Mills has now broadened the spectrum to include frosted, fruity and even yogurt-coated. You can even look forward to the newly flavored milk at the bottom of the bowl once your round little friends are gone.
Morgan, United States - 03 April 2006
Long live Cheerios!
What a better way to put a smile on your face in the morning than eating these delicately circled, crunchy and healthy (or at least that's what I tell myself) tasty bits! Why are there not more comments on this page? Long live Cheerios!!
Amy, South Africa - 14 July 2005
Can't think of a reason not to
You can always count on Cheerios for healthy, tasty cereal. Breakfast in a hurry doesn't get any better than this. All of the flavors are good, although I'm partial to Original and Honey Nut. I love Cheerios, and I can't think of a reason not to.
Penni, United States - 28 April 2004
Comforts and nurtures
The circle unifies us all - from toddler's first food to old age, it comforts and nurtures us morning and night. The bright yellow box is a beacon of hope for a great day and great life.
George, United States - 27 November 2003