We are a movie loving family. In the evenings, you will often find us together watching our favorite action, drama, animated, or comedy movie together (I’ve tried to get them to like my romance genre to no avail). As with any good movie night, snacks are a must. We have recently started bringing what most would think of as, breakfast foods, into our movie nights.
Our family likes a little something sweet when we watch our movies. Normally that’s chocolate bars, candy, and all sorts of other sweet tooth items. Recently we decided to switch those out for Kellogg’s® Corn Pops and Kellogg’s Cinnabon Cereal as a movie night snack. My kids loved it! Mixing them together made a fun snack for use to enjoy as we belted out songs from our favorite animated movies.
While we like being active, we also know that part of staying healthy, is having downtime. Movie night is the perfect way to have downtime and get the rest your body needs to be ready for that next big game. So, our movie nights are part of our healthy journey this year and adding a little something tasty to them, is the added bonus. Seems like we aren’t the only ones who like to nosh on Kellogg’s cereals after dark!
Kellogg's doesn't have to be just for the mornings, bring them into your night time activities. Whether it's movie watching with the family, breakfast for dinner, or a snack before bed! Kellogg's Corn Pops, Cinnabon, and so many other of their cereals make for a great after dark treat! For more tips on how you can incorporate Kellogg's after dark (or any time) visit Kelloggs.com/GreatStartsTips
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