Kellogg’s Have Launched A Variety Pack Advent Calendar And We’re Feeling Hella Nostalgic

Sod your substandard chocolate advent calendars, we’d rather have a bowl of Coco Pops.

Do you remember fighting with your siblings over who got the Coco Pops from the Kellogg’s variety pack? Well, there’s good news if you’re feeling nostalgic for those days, because Kellogg’s have launched their first ever cereal advent calendar.

With a box a day for 24 days, each morning will come with a new surprise: will you get Frosties, Coco Pops, Rice Krispies or Corn Flakes? The excitement is far too much to handle. The only thing that would make this even better is if they brought back those little spoon toppers that used to fall into the bowl with your Frosties. (Damn you Kellogg’s for depriving us of such joy).

The Kellogg’s calendar is a limited edition and is expected to sell out very quickly, so be sure to grab one fast. It’s only available at Tesco and costs just £4 which, frankly, is an absolute steal. 

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