Lucky Charms Cereal #LuckyToBe


Lucky Charms are one of those cereals that are loved by everyone in a household.  Lets be honest, you can’t be picky when it comes to the delicious taste of lucky charms plus all their fantastic marshamellows make it more fun for kids to eat them.  We are a family of 5 and a box of Lucky Charms doesn’t even last 2 days in our home this is definitely our go to breakfast and perfect for snacks on the go for the kids.  The marshmellow shapes are classics and are loved by adults just as much as kids.  Pop open that box and enjoy hearts, shooting starts, balloons, horseshoes, rainbows, Pots of Gold, Moons and leprechaun hats.  Often times I catch my kids just eating only the marshmellows our of their bowl and I completely understand why, their delicious.

Lucky Charms are great for the family and the cereal is made with whole grain and  is fortified with 12 vitamins and minerals, making it a fantastic source of calcium.  When I was pregnant with my daughter last year, Lucky Charms was the only cereal I craved and I was able to eat it for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and still crave more for 9 straight months. Lucky Charms are delicious and fun for the entire family and definitely need a place on your pantry shelf.  Interested in trying Lucky Charms for yourself?  You can grab them at any local retailer near you.

  • 12 essential vitamins and minerals
  • Made with whole grain
  • Good source of calcium
  • 10 grams of sugar per serving
  • Excellent source of iron
  • 110 calories per serving
  • 1 gram total fat per serving
  • No saturated fat
  • 0 grams trans fat per serving

I hope you’ll join in on Lucky Charms newest campaign #LuckyToBe and support LGBT pride month.  Celebrate the colors of the rainbow and share photos, notes or videos on social media and be sure to use Hashtag #LuckyToBe to get noticed.

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