was discontinued by 1982 and replaced in 1988 by Fruity Yummy Mummy, which was discontinued in 1992. … Since 2010, Franken Berry, Boo Berry, and Count Chocula cereals have been manufactured and sold only for a few months during the autumn/Halloween season in September and October.
Count Chocula A rich cocoa/saccharine mix that tastes like the melty mixture of chocolate and marshmallow you get at the center of a s’more. … So while the rose-tinted goggles of nostalgia may make it seem like Count Chocula is getting a little less sweet and chocolate each year, it’s still pretty darn good
Count Chocula Count Chocula’s main ingredients are Whole Grain Corn, Sugar, Corn Meal, Marshmallows, Corn Syrup, Canola Oil, Cocoa Processed With Alkali, and Salt. Although Count Chocula doesn’t explicitly contain any wheat ingredients, gluten may still exist in the cereal from other ingredients
Count Chocula is obviously the best cereal of all time, but it’s only available during the Halloween season. So we as a community can show General Mills that there’s enough demand to be a product seen on shelves year round.
It’s often thought to be discontinued, but as of 2010, Boo Berry cereal is still in production. While can be found in grocery stores throughout the year, distribution of Boo Berry (and to a lesser extent Franken Berry) is sporadic.
At first, these ghosts taste like an ear of sweet corn buttered up with a coating of strawberry yogurt and whipped Strawberry Taffy. Except instead of salt, these strawberry-slathered corn cobs are sprinkled with granulated sugar in the form of squishier-than-average marshmallows
Yummy Mummy was a “fruit flavor frosted cereal with vanilla flavor marshmallows“. The yellow marshmallow pieces seemed to resemble the shape of a head. On some of the cereal boxes, they were referred to as “monster mallows“. The other cereal pieces were red and orange