America’s favorite breakfast food is a simple one that comes in hundreds of flavors. Grab your bowl and raise a spoon to National Cereal Day!
Cereal has been popular around U.S. breakfast tables since the late 19th Century.
Now it’s being heralded as a late-night snack option or as a baking ingredient.
A German immigrant introduced americans to a version of modern-day celeral in 1854 which later became Quaker Oates.
With so many options on grocery store shelves, cereal lovers aren’t stuck with just one flavor or 100 even.
Whether you like sweet, savory, or completely sugar filled, pour a bowl and enjoy your favorite today!