General Mills Cereal Bars - A Review

General Mills sent me Golden Grahams and Lucky Charms cereal bars to try out.  All opinions are my own and I really have liked Lucky Charms since I was a kid.  

With school now in full swing, I'm sure you are busy taking children hither and yon from this practice to that lesson and getting the "Mom, what can I have for a snack?" question in between.  That's where General Mills cereal bars come in handy.

We eat healthily most of the time, so I am not going to freak out over a pre-packaged commercial snack every once and awhile.  Let's face it, sometimes the most practical avenue is the most convenient one.  And, at 100-130 calories a bar, even Momma can indulge now and again. 

Lucky Charms has long been one of my guilty pleasures.  Those crunchy oat bits and the sweet marshmallows...mmmmm.....

This year Diva had orthodontic work done and sticky things were on the no-no list.  Even though both the Lucky Charm & Golden Graham cereal bars have marshmallows in them, they aren't overly sticky so Diva can enjoy without messing up her grill.  :)

As the icing on the cake, General Mills participates in the Box Tops for Education program.  On each box of cereal bars, you will find the token for $.10 toward your school.  What a perfectly practical way of earning cash for your school.  Maximum impact with minimum effort - love it!