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Cereal Treat Bars & A Back to School Giveaway!

Well time has come to send the kids back to school.  Time to think about getting up early, homework and packing kids lunches once again!
If keeping up with your kids’ changing tastes feels like a full-time job, then Betty Crocker/General Mills has got your back with Cereal Treats Bars, a fully-loaded flavorsome snack! When sending your child back to school this year, help them get “back to cool” with a fun snack they are sure to love and won’t trade during lunch.   My kids loved these bars! They ate them up before I could say "WAIT I wanted them for lunches." So I guess I will be buying some more.  My soon to be 2nd grader just told me I have to buy some more Golden Graham Treat bars!!
  • Flavor varieties include the ever popular Golden Grahams® (130 calories) and new Lucky Charms® Treats (100 calories), loaded with popular favorites like chocolate and marshmallows.
  • Cereal Treats Bars contain less than 140 calories per bar and are made with wholesome cereal, making them a snack option that you can feel good about giving your kids.
  • TWO Box Tops for Education seals on each box of Cereal Treat Bars, making earning cash for your school doubly cool!
One lucky reader will win this great prize package:

One box of Lucky Charms® Cereal Treats Bars
One box of Golden Grahams® Cereal Treats Bars 
Lunch bag
Locker whiteboard
Colored pencil set

It is such a fun package!!
To enter be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and leave me a comment telling me which flavor of treat bars you would love to try!
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on
September 8, 2011.
Easy Peasy!
Best wishes for a great new school year!!
Disclosure: Cereal Treats Bars, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.


  1. We tried a box of the Lucky Charms ones and the kids liked them, I know they would like the Golden Grahams one too, we just finished a box of that cereal! Gotta try the bars! Thanks!

  2. My kids are too old for lunch boxes, but I wanted to pop over and wish you a happy Wednesday :)

  3. Perfect giveaway for my kids! We just stocked up on these bars because my kids love them. Okay, the Golden Grahams are my favorite, I admit it! How can I not love them! They taste like s'mores!!! My fingers are crossed that we're going to win this one! =o)

  4. i follow gfc
    lucky charms sounds yummy

  5. GFC Follower

    Would love to try the Golden Grahams.

    karin56381 (at)

  6. I'm a follower and I would love to try the Golden Graham bars! Thanks for all the fun and yummy ideas!

  7. How cool!! I'm a follower :)

    Rick's fav is Golden Grahams® :)

  8. Yum! I would like to try the Golden Grahams.

  9. Hi Tiffanee!
    What a GREAT give-away. Please don't enter me as I don't have kids in school. I just wanted to let you know, when I do my post on Sunday, I will be sure and mention your give-away to visitors. Good Luck everyone!!!

  10. i know my kids would love the marshmallow flavored! these would make life much simpler as i'm running around crazy in the morning trying to round up kids, get them ready, and then walk with my kiddos and half the neighborhoods kids to school =) (one day i started out with 2 and by the time i got to school i had 7 kids with me)

  11. follow blog jelaws5
    try the golden grahams
    thanks for a great giveaway

  12. My kids would like to try the golden grahams chocolate marshmallow. btt

  13. I really want to try those lucky charm bars!

  14. I'm already a follower :), I think we would like the golden grahm flavor the best. Have a great day!!
    Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

  15. Yummy i love the Golden Graham kind! Thanks

  16. I would love to try Lucky Charms ! What a great giveaway. And your recipes are awesome. Have a great
    Labor Day.

  17. Publicly following One Crazy Cookie with Google Friend Connect {Cheryl F.} -- I would love to try the Golden Grahams Cereal Treats Bars :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  18. I became a follower! I love your blog! My kids would LOVE to try the Lucky Charms ones!!
    Kasey! mikesdork (at) aol (dot) com

  19. I became a follower! I love your blog! My kids would LOVE to try the Lucky Charms ones!!
    Kasey! mikesdork (at) aol (dot) com


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