Quaker Oats Honey Graham Oh's

Honey Graham Oh's are the sugary little brother to Honey Nut Cheerios, but with the added benefit that the center is filled in with some kind of crunchy filling. They are an extremely crunchy cereal, and take an extremely long time to get soft in milk.

As a result, when eaten alone in the bowl, they do tend to leave an unfairly large amount of sweetened, orange-y milk that, while tasty, is simply too much milk to have leftover in the bottom on one's cereal bowl.

The texture is so completely crunchy it's almost like eating sweetened crunchy air, if you like that sort of thing. Honey Graham Oh's is actually a fine cereal on its own, but best used in conjunction with another cereal (Cinnamon Life, or Grape Nuts, or both), because they are a bit overwhelming in their sweetness. In fact, it's probably the most sugary non-sugar cereal (unless it actually IS a sugar cereal and I've just been deluding myself).

A full box suffers from mild settling, and only supports a few full bowls of goodness. Honey Nut Cheerios are ultimately a bit more subtle and much easier to eat on a regular basis, but unlike Honey Nut Cheerios, Honey Graham Oh's do not scrape all of the fucking flesh off your upper palate.

Review by Crimedog