New for Your Kids, Tiny Toast Cereal from General Mills #Kroger #TinyToastCereal

This post is part of a sponsored campaign with Tiny Toast and Kroger through Acorn Influence. All opinions are those of our own.


I don’t know about you moms right now during these summer months, but I seriously can’t keep my kids fed enough, they’re ALWAYS screaming that they’re hungry. I swear they’re eating 8,000 calories a day, because I sure know they’re eating way more than I am, probably 5 times as much as myself! Ok, maybe not that much, but it sure seems like it.

My daughter and I recently took a trip to Kroger to pick up the two newest flavors of cereal, Tiny Toast by General Mills in strawberry and blueberry. It was super easy to spot right there in the cereal aisle with the other General Mills flavors. The best thing about this cereal is there is real fruit in every bite, and there are no artificial flavors, no colors from artificial sources, and no high-fructose corn syrup, AND only 9 grams of sugar per serving. This is a cereal that I can feed my kids knowing they are eating something healthy and that isn’t junk for their bodies. Best part is, they can make cereal for themselves in the morning, so this mom doesn’t have to! I’m all about trying to make my kids independent, and this is just one part of it.


I even tried it myself and I’ll admit I’ve ate it a few times for breakfast as well. It’s SO good and each bite is a yummy fruity filled flavor, and you can tell that there are no artificial flavors. It JUST TASTES GOOD!


Tiny Toast will give your teen or tween a taste of his or her childhood, and who knows, maybe a taste of when your children were younger!
9 Grams of Sugar
13 Grams of Whole Grain per Serving

Tiny Toast cereal is flavored with real fruit that you can enjoy in Tiny Toast-Strawberry or Blueberry. Each tiny piece is coated with real strawberries or blueberries.

The first ingredient in the cereal is whole grain oats to bring you wholesome morning goodness. Eaten with milk or as a snack, each tiny bit is irresistible. Humans Can’t Resist Tiny Toast.

The best part of this cereal for my kids is I can even throw some in some tiny baggies to have in my purse for a quick snack for them to have while we are out, or you could even use them to top your ice cream or make a quick breakfast parfait with some yogurt and fruit!

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Make sure you grab the Tiny Toast coupon and head over to Kroger to stock up on BOTH flavors, you won’t be disappointed!

I hope you enjoyed this post, will you be checking out this cereal next time you head to Kroger?

Disclosure: Everything Mommyhood was compensated for this posting as we teamed up with Tiny Toast, General Mills, and Acorn Influence. All opinions are those of our own and may differ from those of your own. If you’d like to see your product featured on Everything Mommyhood, please contact us at


  1. Stacey A Smith says:

    have not tried them yet but they look tasty .

  2. These look really good.

  3. That sounds pretty good. It does seem like kids are always hungry. They’re full of energy and growing, so they need the calories.

  4. Looks like a fun snack to give to kids and in great flavors too! I will have to look for these when I do my grocery shopping this weekend. My grand daughter would love these.

  5. Carol S says:

    Wow what great timing! I live right across the street from a Kroger and I have to go shopping in a couple days. My family loves cereal and we’re always looking for new ones to try so I’ll definitely be picking this up soon because it looks tasty.

  6. I love these fruit flavors. It does sound pretty healthy for the kids. I will have to pick some up and see how my grandchildren like this. Thank you so much for sharing

  7. Cute for kids, and truth be told my husband eats kid’s cereal all of the time.

  8. Nyx Nyx says:

    I enjoyed this post. I will be checking out this cereal next time i head to Kroger 🙂

  9. This is great! Love the fact that it doesn’t contain massive amounts of sugar. Hopefully it would still satisfy the kids’ sweet tooth.

  10. Sandy Klocinski says:

    Have not tried this yet. I will look for these at the store. Always looking for new things to try

  11. This is my first to hear of them. I will definitely be keeping my eyes open to bring them in as a surprise for the kids.

  12. ha, ha – I bought tis for my husband who is just a big kid after all.

  13. I looked for these in the store and couldn’t find them.

  14. My family really likes this cereal. It is great to munch on right out of the box. Thank you again for sharing this. God Bless

  15. I love that these don’t have high fructose corn syrup, that is really important to me! And they look delicious

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