Frosted Flakes Cereal, 61.9-Ounce Box

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes cereal features frosted, oven-toasted corn flakes that give kids a sweet, crispy start to their morning. Fortified with 10 essential vitamins and minerals, Frosted Flakes have no cholesterol, are fat-free and taste delicious. In fact, they’re gr-r-reat!

Quick facts

  • Cereal
  • Features frosted, oven-toasted corn flakes
  • Fortified with 10 essential vitamins and minerals
  • They have no cholesterol and are fat free
  • Corn used in this product contains traces of soybeans

Top reviews

GRRRRRRRRREAT!

iT is every bit as good as I remember when I was a kid.
It is packed in 2 seperate bags.
HalleyBainville, MT

How can you go wrong with Frosted Flakes?

There are 2 regular sized cereal bags inside this giant box, so you don’t have to worry about it getting stale.
GabrielMurchison, TX

I LOVE THAT CRUNCH!

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal, 61.9 Ounce Box, I love this Cereal and sometimes I eat it with some Milk in the morning. I think almost everyone has grown up eating Frosted Flakes, the very first Cereal introduced by Kellogg’s Company in the early 50’s, is Fortified with 10 Vitamins and Minerals and it’s only 120 Calories per serving, how good is That! ..(wait, I’m gonna say it later on)

Frosted Flakes doesn’t taste Stale or overly sweet and sometimes I eat it right out of the Box as a Snack, one of life’s simple Pleasures. The 61.9 ounce Box is like getting two large boxes inside a Huge one I would have to pay a lot more where I shop to get the equivalent amount of two Boxes for that Price, and I think…that is GR-R-REAT! Thank You

MaireAllouez, MI

Contains GMOs! We say NO!

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes contain ingredients which are patented by chemical companies that genetically engineered them in a lab and turned them into EPA registered pesticides. That’s right, folks! GMO Bt corn is an EPA registered pesticide. Foreign genes have been forced into the DNA which cause every cell of the plant to make its own pesticide. When corn worms bite into it, their stomachs explode. When people bite into it… well who knows! Two recent studies linked the pesticide toxins in the corn to human cell membrane death and the death of neonatal kidney cells. A study done in Canada found the Bt toxins in the blood serum of 93% of pregnant women tested, and 80% of their unborn babies. The FDA lets the chemical companies decide if they’re safe – there is no requirement for long term, independent, peer reviewed studies to test it before it gets into your food. There are 50 countries around the world that require products to be labeled when they contain genetically modified ingredients… all of Europe, China (!), Japan, Russia (!), Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, India and more. In the US, there is no labeling law. We hit the jackpot! We have Michael Taylor appointed as our food safety czar and guess where he came from! MONSANTO… the number one chemical company creating and selling GMOs. To make it worse, they have also inserted foreign genes into the DNA of sugar, soy, canola and cottonseed. (POP TARTS contain ALL of these – don’t buy them!) They’ve made ALL of these GMOs resistant to high doses of an herbicide called RoundUp. (Guess who also sells the RoundUp – you got it! Monsanto!) The active chemical ingredient in RoundUp is called Glyphosate. If you google it, you’ll find that it’s linked to birth defects, cancer, inflammatory bowel disease and more. No wonder everyone seems to be getting sick! Kellogg’s doesn’t want you to know any of this and they have recently contributed $632,500 to a propaganda campaign in California, where voters will be voting on Prop. 37 for the labeling of genetically engineered foods on November 6th. They are trying to trick people into voting against labeling by telling them its going to raise their grocery bills by $400 a year and other things which are totally untrue. None on the countries that have labeling laws have seen ANY increase in their food costs. Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes are no longer G-R-RRRRREAT. I wouldn’t feed them to my family… not to my pets either. BLECH.
MyrlMartinsburg, WV

The product was received on time and at the height of freshness

My husband loves Frosted Flakes however I infrequently buy them due to the cost. Not only was I able to purchase them at a great price but they arrived in a very timely manner and at the height of freshness.
EdaParksville, KY

there rrrrr great

kids love this product and i love this product so much it makes for a delicious fast and ready now breakfast meal with one percent milk it makes it even better than i thought as a kid
CristobalCedar Crest, NM

Great Value

I was shocked at the size of the box. 2 Huge bags.
Fresh and it will last a long time .
RomanOgema, WI

Kellog’s Frosted Flakes

I found these Frosted Flakes to be good but as compared to what comes from the local grocery store the flakes from Amazon had a different color and taste. I received the flakes in a timely manner and they still had almost a year left before reaching the Best Used by Date, but these had a look and taste as if they had already passed the expiration date. The coloring was considerably darker and they seemed to have lost their sweet taste. They are still edible and I am eating them.
AgripinaHeisson, WA

Good deal.

Bought this at a good price. I think I paid about 7.84? Good price for the amount of cereal. Was packaged nicely too. Would definitely buy from this seller again.
RuebenBreinigsville, PA

A classic never goes out of style

I’ve been eating Frosted Flakes for as long as I can remember. One of those simple treats that never gets old. Although, as age has not stood still for me, I tend to mix this with a more age-appropriate cereal such as bran flakes. A good-sized touch of Tony the Tiger makes the good-for-you cereal much easier to deal with.

The box is huge, but inside there are two sealed bags of a more normal size that will fit in the cabinet. Very fresh, and if you catch it on a price dip, it’s better priced than the warehouse clubs.

Love those flakes!

MonroeThomaston, GA

Delish…..

Tasty and a good buy. Beware…..these boxes are big! I wouldn buy again but don’t have a cabinet big enough to fit them. Great buy for a large family but overkill for an old single like me. The product is very good and I enjoy eating them as a snack with no milk and sometimes as a snack with milk.
GeorginaSaraland, AL