Marshmallows and Pebbles together? Sounds like a winner in our book where our family loves anything with those mini marshmallows and we are also fans of Fruity Pebbles. This should be a perfect match, but let us see what happens with Marshmallow Pebbles Cereal:
Originality – Marshmallows in a cereal is nothing really new.
Aftertaste – No aftertaste.
Mouth Feel – Just like regular Fruity Pebbles, Jocelin commented that they get soggy too quick.
Sweetness – Just too sweet, Jocelin said it feels like your teeth are going to fall out after you eat it because it is so sweet. The two boys on the other hand found the sweetness level to be perfect for them. Kids…
Flavor – A sweet marshmallow taste that overpowers any taste that the pebbles themselves have.
Look – Pebbles with marshmallows, the pebbles color looks good.
Packaging – They went a bit old school with the meet the Flintstones Theme on the box.
Around the Table – The adults thought that the cereal was a little too sweet while the two boys were happy with the level of sweetness. It is a gluten free cereal which is always a good thing to open it up to more people. It could be a dessert type cereal for me as an adult but to start the morning off with that much sweet, was too much for me and Jocelin. It would also have to be a small bowl. Kid N has it as a favorite and Kid C just wasn’t on board with the flavor itself. Kid N was actually happy because it would be a cereal he could have to himself and no one would finish the box on him.
The following scores (out of 5) were recorded during our cereal taste testing:
Damon Cap – 2.5
Jocelin Cap – 2
Kids C – 2
Kid N – 5