Kellogg’s Pandora Flakes cereal options Kellogg’s frosted corn flakes cereal with mini blueberry-flavored “moon” spheres impressed by the recently-released Avatar: The Method of Water film.
A ten.2-oz field prices $4.99 however I obtained this courtesy of Kellogg’s.
The field sports activities a shiny, textured, blue water design that is eye-catching and fairly because it catches and displays the sunshine.
The shiny texture wraps across the field, which additionally contains an Avatar-themed Tony the Tiger and a graphic depicting what may be a scene from the film.
Whereas common Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes do not scent like a lot, a berry-flavored aroma (as a result of precise blueberries do not scent like a lot to me both) escaped the bag upon opening. Each the flakes and the “moons” gave off the scent of berries (er… berry taste).
Mainly, Pandora Flakes tasted like Frosted Flakes blended with Kellogg’s tackle Cap’n Crunch Crunchberries (which is made by Quaker Oats). The flakes supplied a really acquainted, sweetened, crispy and barely craggy, skinny crunch, whereas the “moons” had a puffed texture much like Cocoa Puffs and Kix however with a generic berry taste. Should you’re questioning what berry-flavored Frosted Flakes can be like, that is fairly shut and makes for a pleasant taste.
Dietary Data – Kellogg’s Pandora Flakes Cereal
Serving Measurement – 1 cup (38g)
Energy – 140 (from Fats – 0)
Fats – 0g (Saturated Fats – 0g)
Sodium – 190mg
Carbs – 33g (Sugar – 13g)
Protein – 2g