Kellogg’s Love Your Cereal campaign makes me feel better about how I’m raising my kids and I’m so happy I’m giving away some fabulous Kellogg’s SWAG!

I’m just going to come right out and say it. I am NOT nor will I ever be one of those moms who can whip up a hot breakfast at 6:30 am on a weekday morning for two cranky petulant kids who are tired and not really all that fun to hang out with before I ship them off to school in the morning.  My go-to breakfast for the past 11 years has been a  Kellogg’s cold ceral and MILK. And EVERY morning as I’m pouring those bowls of cereal I am saying a special prayer to the Kellogg’s Gods for creating a breakfast I can rely on– to nourish my kids, and turn their frowns upside down and give them the energy they need to get their little brains and bodies motivated in the morning.

So learning about  the new Kellogg’s Love Your Cereal campaign, well it just made me feel good about the choices I’ve been making (and will continue to make as I muddle through the rocky but wonderful journey we call motherhood).

So what is it about this campaign that has me feeling like the world’s BEST mom?! Keep reading for some cool facts about the benefits of a cold cereal breakfast ( I am HIGH FIVING Y’ALL right now!)

 

 

This fall, Kellogg’s® is showing parents how simple it is to get their children the nutrients they need – and it’s surprisingly as easy as a bowl of Kellogg’s cereal plus milk*.

According to the Breakfast in America study, experts agree that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, most moms aren’t always aware of the nutrition that a breakfast of cereal plus milk* can provide.


Unveiling the Truth about Cereal
o The dynamic duo of Kellogg’s cereal plus milk* provides protein and four key nutrients (fiber, calcium, vitamin D, and potassium) most likely to be lacking in kids’ diets.
o Research shows that children who eat cereal regularly for breakfast tend to weigh less.
o On average, breakfast cereal provides only 4 percent of the average person’s daily intake of added sugar in the U.S.o 95 percent of ready-to-eat cereal in developed markets is eaten with milk, making breakfast cereal an important driver for milk intake
o Americans ages 9-13 who eat ready-to-eat cereal take in:49 percent more iron than kids who eat other types of breakfast35 percent more Vitamin A than those who are other types of breakfast
55 percent more Vitamin A than those who skip breakfast altogethero Nine out of 10 moms agree that cereal makes a convenient breakfast choice

Learn more about the dynamic duo of cereal plus milk* at www.LoveYourCereal.com
And because I COULD NOT do this thing they call motherhood without the aid of HEALTHY cold cereals like  the standby Kellogg’s ones I have come to rely on I am sharing my love for them and giving away some of their CLASSIC Kellogg’s fare! One lucky  Thestatenislandfamily.com reader giveaway will win:
  • Box of Kellogg’s Mini-Wheats
  • Froot Loops tote bag
  • Kellogg’s Cereal Bowls – so your you can enjoy your Kellogg’s cereal!
  • Lickety Spoons
  • Kellogg’s Serving platter

For a chance to nab all these cool Kellogg’s Love Your Cereal items leave a comment on this blog post with your FAVORITE Kellogg’s cereal! For a second entry you can like The Staten Island Family on Facebook and for a third entry you can follow @MelissaSChapman on Twitter and retweet this giveaway. Good luck, giveaway ends October 14th!

Comments

  1. Katie says

    My favorite Kellogg’s Cereal is Special K. Any of them will make me a very happy girl (even the original one), but my favorite is the berry yogurt one. Yum!

  2. Jennifer Reed says

    My FAVORITE Kellogg’s cereal is Kellogg’s® Frosted Mini-Wheats Little Bites® Chocolate cereal.
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  3. Kayla Stratton says

    Mine is Apple Jacks!

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