No, I didn’t just make up my own word with “biggerer.” Honeycomb by Post cereal has a new campaign going – they are challenging consumers to “think biggerer” with their cereal.

What does this mean? Well, you can interpret it any way you want. What does it meant to you to “think biggerer?”

The week before our box of Honeycomb arrived, we had a beach vacation that we were packing for. I figured, what better way to think big than when inspired on vacation by the ocean with extended family.


My kids made this post without any help from me by just being them. They had some Honeycomb for breakfast one day and then enjoyed it so much, they decided it was good for a snack during Happy Hour later that same evening on the deck of our rented vacation home. They shared it with extended family, made memories and while they did it, all the adults reminisced about eating Honeycomb cereal as a kid.

It doesn’t take much for kids to “think biggerer,” I feel like their brains are wired for creativity and fun and that as adults, we could all stand to take a page out of their books.

So for us, “Think Biggerer” meant being with family, having fun and taking a minute to enjoy life. All the cousins decided to have a who can toss it in their mouth contest, much to the pleasure of the local seagulls. Everyone got into it. My teen proved to be the one with the best aim and the one who disappointed the seagulls the most:



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Disclaimer: This has been a sponsored post for Post Cereals. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. Lisa Brown says

    Not sure I can think of anything “biggerer” with honeycomb cereal except having the kids make marshmallow treats with the cereal and having their friends over to enjoy it.

  2. I can think biggerer with honeycomb cereal by being more creative about my breakfast

  3. I think you could use these in place of rice krispies to make biggerer treats.

  4. shelly peterson says

    I would add Honeycomb’s to yogurt and fresh fruit and make parfaits.

  5. Steve Weber says

    4700 N 161st Street

  6. Steve Weber says

    not sure why it posted that…

    I said I would make honeycomb cakes!!

  7. I can think biggerer by using it to create a fun trail mix.

  8. I think we could have a lot of fun thinking biggerer by seeing what kind of structure with honeycomb cereal. I think that would be lots of fun!

  9. I could think biggerer with Honeycomb by maybe adding this as an ingredient to a breakfast burrito to give it an extra crunch!

  10. Keri justice says

    We would use this to make a trail mix and hike at our local parks!! How fun would that be??

  11. Debnmike moretti says

    I’d think like bee and how to use the team work mentality they have to do bigger and better things with my students.

  12. nothing about the new biggerer word (which i think is terrific).. just a comment that this is a wonderful post. whats not to love: seaside, beach, family, fun.. oh and a ps: goes without saying Honeycomb cereal is delish- no debate there. . .

  13. Tammy Shelton says

    3801 FM 1801

  14. 2965 Trevino Dr.

  15. Jessica To says

    We would take this as a snack on trips.

  16. We would make trail mix with Honeycomb cereal.

  17. Barbara Montag says

    1310 15TH ST N Apt 25

    • Barbara Montag says

      I have no idea how happened on the above post of mine!
      I would get biggerer with Honeycomb cereal by adding it to a yogurt parfait.

  18. Tabathia B says

    I think my daughters would crush them up and add them to the rice krispy treats

  19. dip them in chocolate

  20. I could crush them and add them as a topping on chocolate cupcakes.

  21. 1200 E. Ocean Blvd
    unit 41

  22. I could crush it in yogurt!

  23. Susan Smith says

    I would add Honeycombs and fruit to my yogurt for breakfast.

  24. Amanda Hoffman says

    I think I can think bigger by thinking of bigger ideas in meals and in life

  25. kelly tupick says

    I would add honeycomb to chocolate chip muffins to make them bigger and better!

  26. 107 Creek Bend Dr

  27. 15638 Hayes Court

  28. I would think “biggerer” by going outside of the “box” and turning Honeycomb cereal into some other type of recipe or snack. I am thinking honeycomb treats would be delicious, following a similar recipe to rice krispie treats!

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  29. Jillian Too says

    I would think “biggerer” by using it for a summer bingo game.

  30. It would make good trail mix

  31. 2505 Brookdale Ave.


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