Did you know Louisiana has a bunch of terrific breakfast cereals unique to the region? Probably not, because we just made them up. Hey, we can dream, can't we?

In a perfect world, these seven cereals could be found in the breakfast section of your local grocery store. But we don't live in a perfect world, do we?!

 

There's really no better way to start the day off right than with a big, heaping bowl of Beignet Puffs™ - rich in fiber and high in calories for that extra push to get you to lunchtime, pour yourself a bowl every morning and let the good times roll.

 

For the discerning palate, there's no better way to break your fast than with a big ol' mess of Gumbo Oh-s!™ in the morning. Packed with nutrients and high quality fat, you'll never crave a mid-morning snack again.

 

Other cereals may snap, crackle, and pop - but only Étouffée Krispies™ can bring real flavor to the breakfast party. Loaded with whole grain rice and only the highest quality parts of Grade A crawfish, you can eat right and feel right with every bowl.

 

If there's a better way to start your day than with a big bowl of Boudin Bites™, I don't know what it would be. And I don't want to know, because nothing says Louisiana Lovin' like a big bowl of sausage and rice in the morning.

 

Remember how a certain other breakfast captain would tear up the roof of your mouth as you munched on it while watching Saturday morning cartoons? Well, thanks to modern innovations in science and engineering, Captain Crawfish™ solved that problem by adding a completely peeled crawfish to every bite! Soft and succulent, each bowl goes down easy and stays with you all day.

 

Wanna add a little spice to your life? Try putting Jamabalaya Ya-Ya™ in your morning routine! Stuffed with high-energy rice and at least three partially identifiable types of meat, this cereal will wake you up and keep a little pep in your step all day long.

 

When you're really craving the authentic flavors of Louisiana, only We Broke And Outta Groceries™ comes close to recapturing that magical feeling of opening the pantry as a kid, only to discover it's empty except for a box of stale crackers tucked in the back next to a can of pre-made roux that expired five years ago after Mama swore she'd die before she ever used it. Featuring authentic stale saltines crumbled just the way your mom used to do it, all you need to do is pour them into a paper bowl because Mama ain't got time for no dishes, then add a little milk that's about to go bad, and bam! You're a kid again.