Okay, this cereal is really bad for you but quite delicious. Chocolate and marshmallows. And the fact that around here, I can only find it during Halloween is just a crime. But why oh why did they think putting a vampire on the front as the symbol would be a good idea? I can remember seeing poor kids cry as they went down the cereal aisle with their moms..."mommy, the vampire is gonna get me!" They didn't care that it was chocolate and marshmallows. They could get Lucky Charms. All they knew was that the vampire was gonna get them. That is how ingrained into our culture the vampire is. And Count Chocula isn't that scary. Frankly, I think that it is quite appalling that a vampire is the character for a cereal. A cereal! He doesn't want milk....he wants to feast on your blood. Where is the old lore here? Where is the fear besides on that poor kid's face? It's okay Tommy, the vampire won't hurt you. Why don't you wish him a Happy Halloween and offer your wrist in exchange for some more milk?
A sugary cereal of chocolate and marshmallows, Count Chocula was the first of the monster cereals along with Frankenberry and Boo Berry. The stuff is delicous and a favorite among connusuers of cereal but it's taste has changed over the years by having at least a cup of sugar removed from the recipe to reduce it's sweetness. I HAVE in fact scooped sugar on this stuff to make it tasty and sweet as hell. Cheap for $2 and … more
I apologize for not having a proper photo of myself. I don't have the means to do so. I work in a pharmacy. I love going to the movies, reading, walking through the cemetery close to my house. I have … more
General Mills monster-themed breakfast cereals is a series of five current and formerly distributed breakfast cereal brands for the North American market during the later half of the 20th century. The series includes the currently produced Count Chocula, Franken Berry, and Boo Berry, and the currently discontinued Fruit Brute and Fruity Yummy Mummy.