Monster mash cereal is the latest cereal, is a combination of pieces from the five iconic Monster Cereals such as Count Chocula, Boo Berry, Franken Berry, Frute Brute and Yummy Mummy, with the last two making a return after almost a decade. Monster Mash Cereal features berry-flavored, frosted cereal with marshmallow pieces from Count Chocula, Franken Berry, and Boo Berry as well as Frute Brute and Yummy Mummy which have not been seen on stores shelves for almost 10 years. The new cereal celebrates the 50th anniversary of General Mill’s Monster Cereals.
The cereal is made up of Whole Grain Corn, Corn Meal, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Canola or Sunflower Oil, Modified Corn Starch, Dextrose, Salt, Gelatin, Red 40, Blue 1, Yellow 5 & 6, Trisodium Phosphate, Natural And Artificial Flavor. It is Gluten free. Completely Fat free.
Excellent source of vitamin C. Contains bioengineered food ingredients. Monster Mash cereals can be found on store shelves nationwide now for a limited time. It comes in 9.6-oz boxes for a suggest price of $2.50 each and in 16-oz Family Size boxes for a suggested price of $3.99 in the united states.
Monster mash cereal comes in different flavors like Count Chocula (chocolate-flavored marshmallows), Franken Berry (strawberry-flavored marshmallows), and Boo Berry (berry-flavored marshmallows) cereals also make a return for the lead-up to Halloween of 2021. This year, they sport retro packaging to commemorate the 50th anniversary. The Monster Mash Cereal is a first of its kind, and also the packaging reflects the same retro Monster character designs with the classic crew together as they jam to The Mash. The great Monster Cereals has been a special tradition since the fall of 1971.
Ingredients Used in Monster Mash cereal
The great monster mash cereal is made up of richly nutritional grains like whole Grain Corn, Corn Meal, Sugar, Corn Syrup, Canola ,Sunflower Oil, Modified Corn Starch, Dextrose, Salt, Gelatin, Red 40, Blue 1, Yellow 5 & 6, Trisodium Phosphate, Natural And Artificial Flavor.
Different Shapes In Monster Mash Cereal
The shapes include: a Ghost, Lightning Bolt, Bat, and maybe another Ghost. There’s four different color Franken Berry marshmallow heads with all of them having the same vanilla taste. In previous years, I could tell the difference between the two cereal.
What You Need To Know About Monster Mash Cereal
Monster Mash is basically the spooky cereal version of the 1980s country super group. The Highwaymen. Only, Monster Mash has an extra member. New for 2021 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of monster cereals, Monster Mash combines with the best aspects of classics Count Chocula, Franken Berry, and Boo Berry as well as short-lived Yummy Mummy and Frute Brute.
Together, they form the best Halloween cereal anyone can come across. The fruitiness takes center stages, specifically strawberry and blueberry. But, the chocolatey Chocula influence is also a great flavor to try. Overall, the ensemble plays well together for a balanced delectable treat with nutritional value of 27% sugar by weight, main ingredient is whole grain corn, 2g fiber and protein
The nutritional facts are listed below:
- 1 1/3 cup (41g) serving size(Amount per serving)
- Calories160(Amount per serving) % Daily Value
- Total Fat 1.5g 2%
- Saturated Fat0grm -%
- Trans Fat0grm-%,
- Polyunsaturated Fat0grm,
- Monounsaturated Fat0.5gram,
- Cholesterol 0mg 0%,
- Sodium 190mg8%,
- Total Carbohydrate 35g 13%,
- Dietary Fiber2grm 5%,
- Sugars11grm -% Added Sugars11gram
- Protein 2g 0%,
- Calcium130mg 10%,
- Potassium0mg 0%,
- Vitamin D2mcg 10%,
- Folic Acid45mcg -%
- Note: The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet.
- Calories per gram: Fat 9 • Carbohydrate 4 • Protein 4
Brief History Of Monster Mash Cereal
In March 1971, the ever first two cereals in the line were introduced to the market which was the chocolate-flavored Count Chocula and the strawberry-flavored Franken Berry. In the commercials, the two monsters, Count Alfred Chocula and Franken Berry where engaged in comic bickering over which cereal was better and when something or someone else interfered in their verbal sparring and scared them out of their wits.
In February 1972, Franken Berry cereal included an indigestible pigment that turned some children’s feces pink, the symptom is referred to as “Franken Berry Stool. The Count Chocula and Franken Berry recipes were reformulated to remove this pigment completely.
Boo Berry, the first blueberry-flavored cereal was introduced in December 1973, and Fruit Brute in 1974. Fruit Brute was discontinued by 1982 and replaced in 1988 by Fruity Yummy Mummy, which was discontinued in 1992.During this period, Fruit Brute made conspicuous appearances in two films by Quentin Tarantino, Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, as a visual easter egg.
In 2010, Betty Crocker released Franken Berry and Boo Berry Fruit Roll-Ups. General Mills released Count Chocula cereal bars. Since 2010, Franken Berry, Boo Berry, and Count Chocula cereals has been produced and sold only for a few months during the autumn/Halloween season in September and October. As of late 2010, information such as nutrition data and historical facts can still be found on the official General Mills website at all times of the year.
In August 2013, General Mills released all five monster cereals for purchase during the Halloween season. Both Fruit Brute, which was released for the first time in 31 years, and Fruity Yummy Mummy, which was also released for the first time in 21 years, received updated packaging like the other cereals, and the Fruit Brute variant was renamed Frute Brute. Additionally, it was revealed on I-Mockery that special retro edition boxes of all five cereals with their original packaging art would be sold exclusively at Target stores.
In 2014, General Mills enlisted the help of DC Comics to create new designs for the cereals in time for that Halloween. The designs, revealed on August 6, consisted of a Boo Berry design by Jim Lee, a Count Chocula design by Terry Dodson and a Franken Berry design by Dave Johnson.
In 2021, it was announced that the company would celebrate the 50th anniversary of the introduction of the Monster Cereals by releasing an amalgamated cereal entitled Monster Mash.
Version of the 1980s country supergroup The Highwaymen. Only, Monster Mash has an extra member. New for 2021 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of monster cereals, Monster Mash combines the best aspects of classics Count Chocula, Franken Berry, and Boo Berry as well as short-lived Yummy Mummy and Frute Brute.
Together, they form the best Halloween cereal I’ve ever had. The fruitiness takes center stages, specifically strawberry and blueberry. But, you can also taste the chocolatey Chocula influence. Overall, the ensemble plays well together for a balanced delectable treat