Dark Chocolate Multigrain Cheerios #Sponsored

You’ve no doubt noticed that I’ve been featuring a LOT of breakfast stuff these days. And there is more to come. I’m not kidding when I say that I could eat breakfast 24/7, and that includes cereal, eggs, breakfast meats, breakfast breads, etc. But right now, I’m going to introduce Dark Chocolate Multigrain Cheerios.

Dark Chocolate Multigrain #CheeriosI was recently given the opportunity to try these out thanks to General Mills and the Platefull Co-Op. The bambino and I both tried them one morning.

I’ve had different varieties of Cheerios through the years, but I usually stick to the regular, original cereal. These are a bit like having dessert for breakfast.

Dark Chocolate Multigrain #CheeriosPlus (this is the little kid in me talking), once you’re done eating the cereal, chocolate milk is left in your bowl. The bambino got a huge kick out of that–And I admit, I did too. That was always a fun treat when I was a kid and my mom would buy us fun cereals (which was very rare…Usually, it was the biggest box of Cheerios the store carried and that was pretty much it!).

From Platefull Co-Op: With a touch of rich dark chocolate taste in every bite, new Dark Chocolate Multigrain CheeriosĀ® cereal offers a perfect balance of multigrain goodness and a delicious touch of chocolate taste in every bite.

I’ve been meaning to try these as a topping for yogurt, but quite frankly, they’re plenty good on their own, so I’ve just been having a large bowl with milk each morning!

To learn more, visit the Cheerios website, or like Cheerios on Facebook.

DISCLOSURE: The information in this post has been provided by General Mills through Platefull Co-Op. I received the box of cereal in exchange for my post. All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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