Food of the Eighties, Count Chocula
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Cereal really big in the 80s...There was also Boo Berry and some other one, but Count Chocula was the best! A lot like Cocoa Puffs (which I also think came out in the 80s). It's still in stores today, but sometimes hard to find!
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Stonie - March 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Count Chocula, Boo-Berry and Franken-Berry are usually out around Halloween...But- be warned- after YEARS of craving them, I bought a package, and they don't taste the same! They even LOOK different! I nearly cried!
SZA - March 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Stonie is right - it's really not worth the effort of tracking down and shelling out $4 for these babies anymore. General Mills switched all of their cereals to a whole grain-based formula a few years back, and NOTHING in their line of 80s favorites has tasted the same since! :(
JessicaRaven - May 22, 2010 - Report this comment
shame I can't find these year round, yeah I agree they don't taste quite the same as they did back in the day but close enough to curl up with a bowl watching dvds of saturday morning cartoons with. currently I'm stuck with the generic brands Chocolate Marshmallow Mateys (Malt-o-Meal) and Chocolate Marshmallow Cosmos (Kroger), I'm considering getting a vintage chocula box off ebay to put them in
Pam - June 18, 2011 - Report this comment
LOVED Count Chocula when I was a kid, glad to see it's still around but sadly it's NOT the same. The actual cereal peices are coated in a sugar type glaze, I know that they were not like that when I was a kid. Not bad tasting just not the same.

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