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General Mills Cereal & Kung Fu Panda Giveaway

Kung Fu Panda is back! General Mills is teaming up with DreamWorks’ Kung Fu Panda 2 to bring the action-packed adventures right to your breakfast table.
 Throughout the spring, spin fighter toys featuring Kung Fu Panda 2 characters including Po, Tigress, Shifu, Monkey, Lord Shen, Mantis, Crane and Viper can be found inside specially marked boxes of participating General Mills cereals: Cocoa Puffs® (11.8 oz.), Trix® (10.7 oz.), Golden Grahams® (12 oz.), Reese’s Puffs® (13 oz.), Cheerios® (14 oz.), Apple Cinnamon Cheerios® (12.9 oz.), Cookie Crisp® (11.25 oz.), Lucky Charms® (11.5 oz.), Cinnamon Toast Crunch (12.8 oz.) and Honey Nut Cheerios (12.25 oz.).

Let the games begin with one spin fighter toy in each box. Simply cut out the targets on the box and then use your spin fighter to try and knock them down. With eight character toys to collect, the Kung Fu fun can continue all summer long!

One reader will win this prize pack.....

Winner will receive a Kung Fu Panda 2 prize pack which includes one box of a participating Big G cereal, a Kung Fu Panda 2 spin fighter toy and the original Kung Fu Panda movie
My kids loved that movie and we are excited to see Kung Foo Panda 2! Our favorite character is Po!! Jack Black is great at this role.
To enter the giveaway:
Be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and tell me who is your family's favorite character in the original Kung Foo Panda.
Winner will be drawn
by random number generator on June 1. 
Good Luck!

The prize packs and information were all given to me from General Mills and DreamWorks through MyBlogSpark


  1. In your title, it's Kung Foo, isn't it Kung Fu? I'm confused X_X Great giveaway though!

  2. My kids are excited to see the sequel. I don't always watch the cartoons but I did see this and even I liked it. You're right, Jack Black did an awesome job, we all liked him! Great giveaway, thanks!

  3. My favorite character is actually the main one, Po the panda. :)

  4. Po is for sure the fave in this house! Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. I would love to win this prize pack. I am ashamed to say that I haven't yet seen kung foo panda so I don't have a favorite character.

  6. Hi Tiffanee! How do you get to do all these cool giveaways? I'm so jealous! We absolutely love Jack Black! Po is hysterical and we can't wait for the new movie to come out. Oh yeah, and we LOOOOVE cereal! Oh yeah, and we're a follower =o)

  7. The boys are sooooo excited to see this movie!

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner

  8. The big panda is our favorite, of course! :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  9. We love Po!
    I am a GFc follower
    littlegray88 at yahoo dot com

  10. I haven't seen the movie either but I bet my favorite would be the Panda! I love Jack Black tho. :)

  11. GFC Follower

    Po is a popular choice-

    karin56381 (at)

  12. Follow via GFC [Geraldine Sandoval]
    My favorite is Po!!!

  13. new GFC
    fave: shifu
    deannalw47 AT hotmail DOT com

  14. I follow your blog, we like Po.

  15. po is fav. gfc teressajoe


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