My top 5 breakfast cereals
Every morning, I wake up like everyone else to start my day, and I eat breakfast before going on to do anything else. Some people make a big deal out of breakast, preparing anything from pancakes to eggs and bacon.
For me, cereal is my favorite breakfast food because of how easy it is to make. If I had to choose my top five favorites, they would be Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Frosted Flakes, Cheerios, Cocoa Puffs and Chex.
A great thing about cereal is all you need are four simple things: a spoon, bowl, milk and your choice of cereal.
My favorite cereal is Cinnamon Toast Crunch because I think that it tastes the best. The best parts about Cinnamon Toast Crunch would be that is it crunchy and also
For my second choice, I would choose to have Cocoa Puffs because I have been eating these for a long time and the Coco Puffs are made out of cocoa and taste really good. The only bad thing about this cereal is you have to eat it fast because if you don’t the milk will make the Cocoa Puffs soggy and not as good when they are crunchy.
Sometimes when you are eating a breakfast you need to have some nutrition and not just sugar. So, for my third choice I eat Chex, which is a cereal that is made out of rice and usually has lower amounts of sugar when compared to other cereals. A lot of the time when I am eating cereal for breakfast, I like to switch it out so that I don’t get sick of just having the same one over and over again. Another thing I like to do is add other things to Chex to make it better .
In fourth place is Cheerios, a cereal that tastes like honey. It’s one of those cereals that almost everyone I know enjoys eating.
My final choice of breakfast cereals is Frosted Flakes, which are underrated to me because a lot of people don’t seem to like them or put them up their with other cereals. Frosted Flakes are actually good, but like some of my other choices they have a lot of sugar.
Edison Berisha is a 17-year-old junior at Mount Carmel. He was born in Ireland and attended pre-school there, but moved to the U.S. when he was five years...