As a young girl, I remember my first Star Wars experience and my absolute love and obsession over Ewoks. There are few classics that have enough staying power to continuously reach out to new generations, but star Wars does just that. And with four boy you can bet we own a copy of each Star Wars movie and have watched them… well, more times than I could count. This weekend we brought back the thrill of Star Wars by bring The Force to out breakfast table with General Mills Limited Edition Star Wars Cereal boxes.
As we sat around doing a best Yoda impression we enjoyed every fruity flavored bite of Star Wars Cereal and the kids really got a kick out of the fun Star Wars themed “marbits” which included:
- Yoda (green)
- R2-D2 (blue and white)
- Jedi Fighter (pink/red)
- Stormtrooper (white)
- Lightsaber (blue)
- Lightsaber (red)
- TIE Fighter
- X-Wing Starfighter
- Millenium Falcon
This Limited Edition Big G cereal includes 10g of whole grain per serving, and offers a good source of calcium and vitamin D. Plus zero high fructose corn syrup! You can bring the force to your table beginning June 1st, when Star Wars Cereal will begin popping up (for a limited time) at major retailers and grocers across the country. *Save now with this $1 off coupon*
This yummy cereal can be found now in two limited edition packaging designs.The Yoda cereal box includes a quiz on the back of the package for fans to test their Star Wars knowledge. While the Darth Vader box has a board game on the back for fans to play.
Love Star Wars? You’ll have even more opportunities to bring fun to the table and choose your side. In total, throughout the course of a year, fans will be able to collect 6 limited edition boxes featuring different characters. The boxes will come out in pairs and each will feature a “light side” and “dark side” character. Which side of the force will you choose?
Try Star Wars Cereal now available at all major grocery stores and retailers across the country. SAVE NOW! Grab your $1.00 off coupon HERE and save on Star Wars Cereal today.