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You Can Buy Elf On The Shelf Cereal This Holiday Season

Kids will love this!

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Getting kids to sit down and eat breakfast in the morning can be a battle — but not when their favorite elf is involved!

Walmart has unveiled a new holiday cereal that is sure to tempt little fans of the Elf on the Shelf to the table. The sugar-cookie-flavored cereal is cheerfully colored red and green, and also includes marshmallows and edible glitter — making it a meal festive enough for Santa himself.

Exclusively at Walmart, this cereal retails for $3.64 and has already been spotted on shelves across the country. While it is currently out of stock online, we expect that interested shoppers will be able to scoop up this limited-edition item soon.

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Walmart is also offering other limited-edition cereals for the holiday season, like Sugar Cookie Toast Crunch Cereal, which is a fun twist on the traditional Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal.

Looking for other holiday breakfast cereal ideas? We expect the return of Cap’n Crunch’s Limited Edition Christmas Crunch Cereal which is a fan favorite during the holiday season.

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And no holiday season would be complete without the Special Holiday Edition of Rice Krispies. The festive colors of red and green make it simple to dress up Rice Krispies treats, whether you are whipping up a batch for yourself or a school holiday party.

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And keep your eyes peeled for other limited-edition cereals coming to shelves soon, including Kellogg’s Frozen II cereal which is coming out just in time for the release of the much-anticipated movie sequel.

Made with sweet, crispy O’s and multicolored marshmallows, the Frozen II cereal is going to be a must-buy for anyone who loves cold cereal and warm hugs.

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How will you make your breakfast more festive this holiday season?