There must be 300 different types of Cheerios on the shelves of my local Safeway. Well, maybe not quite that many but there sure are a lot, including new Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch. Instead of just the ubiquitous O’s, it adds flakes and clusters to make a very tasty cereal. The O’s are – you guessed it – Honey Nut Cheerios, and I think the flakes are lightly-sweetened bran. Also included in the medley are clusters made with oats and almonds. The different textures and flavors of the three types of cereal go well together and the end result is a delicious cereal that has become one of my favorites. The only thing keeping Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch from earning the esteemed “Outstanding!” rating is that there aren’t enough clusters. Sometimes, you’ll get a cluster or two in a spoonful of cereal, other times you won’t get any. Everyone knows that clusters are the best part of any cereal that has clusters, so it’s too bad that the cereal doesn’t have more of them. Even so, Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch is a tasty cereal that I recommend you try.
I love going to the 99¢ Only store in my neighborhood because I always find products that I’ve never seen before. During my last visit there, I came across Whoppers Strawberry Milkshake. I love chocolate Whoppers, but I didn't know that Whoppers came in another flavor. I was intrigued and because the risk was only 99 cents, I bought the 10-ounce carton of strawberry milkshake-flavored Whoppers. They have a nice strawberry flavor that goes well with the crunchy, malt ball interior. In fact, I think the strawberry milkshake/malt ball combination is even tastier than chocolate-covered Whoppers. Chocoholics may disagree with me, but I’m a firm believer that not everything needs to be covered in chocolate to be delicious. And, 99 cents for 10 ounces of Whoppers is a great deal. I highly recommend that you make a visit to your local 99¢ Only, Dollar Tree, Dollar General, Family Dollar, Giant Dollar, or other dollar store and look for Whoppers Strawberry Milkshake.