I’m Still Salty That My Parents Wouldn’t Buy Me These 6 Disney Breakfast Cereals.


While some folks have gone full speed ahead in developing their culinary skills over the last few months, the rest of us have embraced the cereal diet.

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With the new ‘Baby Yoda’ cereal coming to grocery stores, we decided to take a trip down memory lane and look back on six Disney cereals that we wish were still around! ‘The Child’ is hardly the first Disney character to grace the cover of a cereal box!

Mickey’s Magix

We’re starting off with a cereal you’ll possibly recognize. Who can forget Mickey’s Magix? It turned your cereal milk blue! We were all sipping on ‘blue milk’ before we ever stepped up to any Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!

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You can check out the commercial for Mickey’s Magix Cereal here!

Chocolate Mud & Bugs

If you ever wondered what it was actually like to eat bugs like Timon & Pumbaa, you probably grabbed a box of Chocolate Mud & Bugs from the grocery store back in the day! This chocolatey cereal came with marshmallows in the shape of — you guessed it — bugs.

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While you didn’t ACTUALLY eat any bugs, this chocolatey way to start your morning was a fun way to imagine your breakfast was “slimy, yet satisfying!” Watch the commercial here:

Buzz Blasts

This colorful cereal was a staple of every Toy Story fan’s breakfast! Buzz Blasts was introduced in 2002, a few years after the release of Toy Story 2.

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We dug up the commercial for this cereal, too! Check it out here:

Hunny B’s

The next cereal we wish Disney would bring back takes us to the Hundred Acre Wood. Hunny B’s was released around the same time as Mickey’s Magix and Buzz Blasts. The honey-graham cereal had cute little pieces in the shape of Winnie the Pooh, honey jars, and bumblebees!

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Watch the commercial for Hunny B’s here:

Lilo & Stitch

Lilo & Stitch has a HUGE following. So it should come as no surprise that they had their very own cereal! Lilo & Stich was a chocolate cereal with marshmallows in the shape of Lilo, Stitch, Jumba, and Pleakley.

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Princess Cereal

Last but not least, we’re sure princess fans were well stocked on Princess Cereal. Not the most imaginative of names, but this limited-edition cereal was a colorful, strawberry-flavored breakfast that was revived in 2017. Marshmallows came in the shape of wands, roses, and crowns!

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If we had these cereals in our pantry, we wouldn’t mind having cereal for every meal! 😉 And, for all your snacking needs, you could even make some trail mix or Puppy Chow with these cereals for an extra treat while you’re watching Disney+!

Find out more about the upcoming ‘Baby Yoda’ cereal here!

Did you use to purchase any of these Disney cereals? Which one would you buy again in a heartbeat? Let us know in the comments!