You ever been so broke you eat cereal with water? I mean, I've never tried as I don't mind just eating cereal dry but if you've been in that boat this might just be what you've been waiting for. Kellogg's introduced something called Insta-Bowls. No, it's not the latest photo social app but these mini bowls of cereal come equipped with powdered milk so you only have to add water, stir it up and you have your own personal bowl of cereal with milk included.
I could see these be the thing you stock up in a pantry or take with you on your backpacking hikes or even on family vacations. I remember on our trips we'd often have cereal to feed a large family but would always have to grab milk at a corner store first. With these Kellogg's Insta-Bowls you won't need to worry about getting milk as the milk is already included.
These are starting with only four options. Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes, Apple Jacks and Raisin Bran Crunch. A solid four to start. Hopefully they'll add others later on as well. I'm sure they will if these take off.
I am curious to see how long these will be on store shelves or if they sell in bulk to people in need or shelters or to troops overseas -- things like that. I could see these being handy. I'm curious enough to want to try them soon as I see them.
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