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Taste Test: YoCrunch with Fruity Pebbles

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It's story hour at Library Express at the Mall at Steamtown in Scranton.

The store is a library and a bookstore combined!

The kids here for Thursday Story Hour were more than willing to help us with this week's Taste Test.

New YoCrunch Breakfast Blends combines vanilla yogurt and Post's Fruity Pebbles!

Brothers C.J. age six, and William, age three, both from Dunmore, were our first testers.

C.J Muir said, "Fruity pebbles, we mixed into the yogurt, and it tastes good!"

William finished his cup of yogurt even faster than his older brother!

"This is fantastic!" William said. "Yummy in my tummy."

Each non-fat yogurt has 80 calories without the Fruity Pebbles and 100 calories with the Fruity Pebbles. It also has 13 grams of sugar without the cereal and 16 grams of sugar with the cereal.

Either way, you get three grams of protein.

You may also end up with a mess like we did when we asked some toddlers to taste the yogurt.

Still, the kids liked it all the same, and so did their moms.

Holly Lukasewicz said, "I think it's more fun for him - the colors."

Even the gal in charge here at Library Express, "Miss Amber," gave the YoCrunch with Fruity Pebbles a thumbs up.

"I think it's really good. I think it's a healthy snack. I'm a substitute teacher and healthy snacks are a big thing right now," said Amber Cholish.

We found new YoCrunch Fruity Pebbles for $2.95 for a package of four yogurts at Gerrity's.

If you'd like more information about events at Library Express, click here.

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