Category: Arts:Food

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220 Cereal Inspired Foods with Adam

June 22, 2022

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Today we have cereal-inspired food with Adam.  We try a fruit cereal KitKat, Fruit Loop gummies, Lucky Charms marshmallow treat, Cocoa Puffs popcorn, Cinnamon Toast Crunch popcorn, Magic Fruity Pebbles, and Fruity Pebbles candy bar.  Our bonus item is Mojito 7 Up. 

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