Where’s My Weetabix?

While we were staying in Quilty, Ireland, I discovered my new favorite breakfast item: Weetabix. It’s a gray brick and looks kind of like the pellets we feed to our guinea pig………never mind.

Anyway, you just put it in your bowl and pour some milk on it like normal cereal. It soaks up the milk just like a sponge! Don’t pour too much milk, though, or it gets all soggy and nasty. Then sprinkle several tablespoons of sugar on top and you’re good to go!

Or if you want to be unconventional, I guess you could dip it in your morning cup o’ joe or Mountain Dew, but that would be weird.

But now I have a dilemma because I don’t know where to get my Weetabix fix, so I’m sending out a plea for help:

Does anyone know where in the Twin Cities I can get the weety goodness before I go through withdrawal?

7 thoughts on “Where’s My Weetabix?

  1. I think wholefoods has them. Or something very like them, they are just bigger versions of miniwheats. I ate them every day in the Dorm when I lived in London for a year.

  2. General Mills used to make a cereal like that…then that didn’t sell well so they put frosting on the top of them…kids still saw through the rouse and they didn’t sell.

    Now I think you might be able to find them in a museum under the category of “The Days Before Frosted Chocolate Coated Sugar Bomb Cereal”.

  3. Hmmm. Take a brick of wheat; cover it with several tablespoons of sugar. Hey, didn’t Kellogg’s do that to create Frosted Mini-Wheats?

  4. I have it on good authority that Target carries Weetabix. But it’s just hearsay. So don’t get mad at me if they don’t have it.

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