When I was growing up, it seemed like there was a new cereal hitting store shelves every week, from Reese's Puffs to French Toast Crunch to, well, basically any Saturday morning cartoon show whose main characters could be rendered into stale marshmallows (I’m looking at you Ninja Turtles). So it was surprising to find that the release of breakfast titan General Mills' Tiny Toast marks the first new attempt the company has made at a breakfast cereal in fifteen years. The last new cereal they came out with was Harmony. You remember Harmony, the nutritional flakes for women, right? Oh you don't? Probably because it was discontinued rather quickly. The oat and corn crunchies in Tiny Toast are shaped like, you guessed it, tiny pieces of toast. If you've ever wanted to feel like a carb-cutting giant on cheat day, your dream is finally a reality.