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Fruity Pebbles were and still are double yummy. I love them now and I loved them as a kids. As an adult I don’t eat them very often but when I do buy them and I eat them morning, noon and night. Like desert after dinner. I wonder if all that food coloring really is bad for you?

As an adult my favorite go to is Honey Bunches of Oats the little almond chunks….I wonder if I could pick them all out and just eat a bowl of little almond chunks? Just like when you picked all the berries out of Captain Crunch, Crunch Berries. I did this this several times just to make my sisters mad. Kids and the things they do.

What about the Honeycomb kids and song that got stuck in your head. Honeycomb kids ya ya ya, there not small ….

Marketing brilliance if you ask me jingles, free toys inside each box and games printed on the outside. Just brilliant!

Dinner topic of the day for kids: What is your favorite breakfast cereal? Can you eat it for dinner?

Dinner topic of the day for Adults: What is your favorite breakfast cereal? Is it different from when you were a kid? Do you still read the back of the box?

Dinner Topic of the day for Teens: What is your favorite breakfast cereal? Is it different from when you were a kid? Do you still read the back of the box?

Fruity Pebbles

If you are not a eating at the dinner table type of a family than use car time to talk. Talk talk and talk some more! Talking actually creating conversation at the dinner table is becoming a thing of the past. Talking with you children each time you sit down for dinner teaches them that talking to Mom or Dad is easy and fun. This dinner talk with children will grow and you will teach them how to communicate or confide in adults so when they have a question or problem they naturally can talk about it. For adults it makes life more interesting, it builds a relationship and it’s fun. Sitting down, as a family, to have dinner together is a thing of the past.

In fact, according to a survey by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, the number of U.S. families who do eat dinner together is actually on the rise. Families who eat together have better overall nutrition. The kids get better grades in school and are less likely to take drugs, smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol than those from families who rarely eat dinner together. But perhaps the biggest benefit of eating family dinners is that parents are fully engaged with their kids. Not sure how to get your kids to open up? Use Eat Create Design’s daily dinner topic to get things started.

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