Kellogg’s Mashes Up Two Iconic Cereals for the First Time

No more juggling between boxes.

May 21, 2020

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Kellogg's

Photo courtesy of Kellogg's

If your idea of a dream breakfast is getting two boxes of iconic cereal, pouring them in equal measure into a bowl, dousing them with milk and digging in, Kellogg’s is doing your dream one better: They’re putting two classic cereals in one box.

The idea? You’ll get all the sweetness with none of the box juggling!

The cereal maker is introducing Kellogg’s Mashups Cereal, a limited-edition offering with Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes and Froot Loops – crispy plus colorful – combined in one box. (Eat your heart out, Cronut.) “The two-in-one cereal offers a convenient way to enjoy the best of both cereal worlds at the breakfast table,” the company boasts.

The new combo box (which, come to think of it, might prove that millennials did not kill cereal after all) will be available at retailers nationwide for a limited time only starting in June. The boxes feature Tony the Tiger AND Toucan Sam on them – so, if you followed your nose to them, you could consider it grrrrreat!

Related Content:

Next Up

For the First Time Ever, Oreo Is Putting Sprinkles in Its Iconic Cookie

It has sprinkles inside and out — and a second creme that tastes like 'rich chocolate cake!'

For the First Time Ever, Cup Noodles Branches Out of Noodles

Expect to carbo-load for your next midnight meal.

Chipotle Brings New Chicken Option to Its Menu for the First Time in 30 Years

The chain’s Pollo Asado is tossed in a spice blend before getting grilled.

Subway Makes Major Menu Change for the First Time in 60 Years

If you’ve always been indecisive at the sandwich chain, you can now choose from 12 signature sandwiches.

Kellogg’s Brings Back Fan-favorite Cinnabon Cereal

We love a breakfast treat in tiny cereal form.

Your Favorite Fast Food Dessert Is Now a Cereal

Get the taste of a Wendy's Frosty without having to go to the drive-thru.

The Cheesecake Factory Brings Basque Cheesecake to Its Menu for the First Time Ever

The cake style, which originates from Spain, is known for its burnt top and ultra-creamy center.

Mr. Pringles Gets a Glow Up

The Pringles mascot is getting a makeover for the first time in 20 years.


What's New