Spooky Frosted Flakes and Froot Loops are back


It might not be Fall yet, but with these new spooky Froot Loops and Frosted Flakes, it certainly looks like Halloween is right around the corner.

It’s never too early for Halloween, right? Well, that’s what Kellogg’s must be thinking because they’ve already released their limited edition Spooky Marshmallow Froot Loops and Frosted Flakes.  What makes them so spooky? Good question.

The Froot Loops and the Frosted Flakes include marshmallows in the shape of bats, ghosts, and Frankenstein’s monster heads. You may not be able to have Halloween candy for breakfast, but you can definitely have this Halloween-inspired cereal to start your day off right (and with a little sugar rush).

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But these aren’t just regular Frosted Flakes and Froot Loops. The Frosted Flakes are chocolate flavored and the Froot Loops come in purple and orange to keep with the Halloween spirit. The boxes are even updated to be a little spooky. Tucan Sam is dressed as a werewolf and Tony the Tiger is rocking a Dracula costume.

According to Delish, these two cereals were spotted in a CVS, so that might be the first place you want to look if you’re craving a Halloween treat. But be sure to do it quick. As with any holiday-themed food, they will not be around forever. They’ll most likely be taken off the shelves once November comes around, so stock up now.

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You can check out what these ghoulish cereals look like in this Instagram post from Markie_devo who was the first to spot them at CVS:

This may be one of the first Halloween-themed treats seen on grocery story shelves but it won’t be the last. Make sure to keep your eyes open for other spooky snacks in the coming months.

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What do you think of these newly designed cereals for Halloween? Will you be making them part of your breakfast this Fall? Let us know in the comments below!