This variation built upon Honey Bunches of Oats contains honey, rice, wheat, oats, corn, and of course, Greek yogurt!
Each serving contains 33 grams of whole grains, five grams of protein and four grams of fiber. Eighty percent of the recommended daily value of iron per serving is found in this product.
Post’s Honey Bunches of Oats hit the market in 1989. Vernon Herzing was a lifelong Post employee—he started as a summer student employee in 1951. He had the idea to combine a few of Post’s cereals together to make one tasty breakfast cereal. Once his daughter’s face lit up after a taste test, he knew he had his Honey Bunches of Oats.