Hello, Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding Cereal!

Post is bringing you a cereal that's a combination of flavors you've only dreamed of—Nilla Wafers and banana pudding!

When you love breakfast cereal as much as we do (and we were right there for Girl Scout Cookie cereal and the latest flavor of Cheerios), then you might want to grab a bowl. We’ve got the scoop on the latest clever cereal to hit shelves! Introducing… Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding Cereal.

Why We Love the Flavor

This cereal is a delicious spin on your grandma’s classic banana pudding dessert. You heard us right! These banana pudding-flavored mini Nilla Wafers are met with mini marshmallows for a crunchy taste you’ll be craving long after you finish the bowl.

The classic vanilla-flavored wafers (that explains the “Nilla” name!) have been much-loved since they were launched by Nabisco in 1898. The recipe for Southern dessert staple banana pudding has appeared on the golden boxes of Nilla Wafers since the 1940s. Nilla Wafers and banana pudding go way back, so the cereal is a match made in heaven!

Whether you prefer your wafers layered with fresh bananas for dessert or in a cereal bowl for breakfast, there’s no wrong way to love banana pudding.

Psst… You can watch us make our best banana pudding here.

Where to Buy a Box

The new Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding cereal is sold exclusively at Walmart, and you will definitely want to scoop up more than a couple boxes. We’re tempted to buy a box for breakfast plus a box to make a double-the-banana banana pudding. (Find a Walmart selling the cereal here.)

While you’re shopping, know that there’s another new box on the cereal block. Look for Golden Oreo O’s, also from Post Cereal. They’re Crunchy O’s covered in a rich crème–what’s not to love about that?

No doubt the Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding cereal will be a huge hit with fans of the Southern dessert and people who go crazy for cereal!

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Jacqueline is a blogger and writer, passionate about sharing the latest in helpful tips and trends in food and cooking. In her spare time, you’ll find her trying new restaurants and experimenting in the kitchen.