Photos: Get your day started with one of these top cereals Previous Gallery Next Gallery 1 / 21 Mike Steele via Flickr You better eat your Wheaties. The cereal that features sports stars on its box comes in at 21 on the list. 2 / 21 Timothy Tolle via Flickr Trix may be for kids, but adults are putting up the cash to help bring the cereal in at the 20th spot of our list. 3 / 21 yaybiscuits123 via Flickr Corn Pops with their sun-colored box comes in at 19. 4 / 21 vivek jena via Flickr Kix sounds like a cereal that's fit for a kid. It comes in at number 18. 5 / 21 Andrew via Flickr The rooster on the Corn Flakes box can kick start the day. That's why it's 17 on the list of popular cereal brands. 6 / 21 Mike Mozart via Flickr Apple Jacks, the apple-inspired, cereal comes in at 16. 7 / 21 beccafawley via Flickr Cereal 15 Rice Krispies put the "snap, crackle and pop" into the day. 8 / 21 frankieleon via Flickr Crunchberries, peanut butter crunch, and the original, all help bring in Cap'n Crunch to the 14th spot on the list. 9 / 21 Amy the Nurse via Flickr Cinnamon or regular, it doesn't matter. Life comes in at 13 on the breakfast table. 10 / 21 mrroach via Flickr Total cereal, with raisins or without, is the number 12 cereal brand in the nation. 11 / 21 theimpulsivebuy via Flickr Raisin Bran's two scoops of raisins may be the reason that the cereal comes in at number 11. 12 / 21 K.B.R. via Flickr Malt-o-Meal is a lower-cost alternitive to the normal boxed cereals, but despite, or maybe because of the low price, the brand comes in at number 10. 13 / 21 frankielion via Flickr The toucan on the box on Froot Loops helps bring the kid-friendly breakfast staple to the table at the ninth spot. 14 / 21 via Flickr All brands of the little wheat squares are popular, cracking into the top 10. Mini Wheats land in the 8th spot. 15 / 21 Mike Mozart via Flickr Lucky and the Lucky Charms with the green clovers and red hearts come at the seventh slot in our list. 16 / 21 via Flickr A hit of the 80's is still popular this century. Cinnamon Toast Crunch is number 6 on our list. 17 / 21 Alexander Staubo via Flickr Health food brand Kashi comes in at number 5. 18 / 21 theimpulsivebuy via Flickr Special K is a breakfast special and it comes in at a healthy number 4. 19 / 21 Wade M via Flickr Muesli is for health and apparently cereal buyers are being health conscious bringing the grains to the number 3 spot. 20 / 21 Zolotkey via Flickr Frosted Flakes, or Frosties, are the sugary alternative to regular corn flakes. It comes in at number 2. 21 / 21 Mike Mozart via Flickr No matter the age, Cheerios are number one in the heart of breakfast lovers. Kids love them as a snack. older people eat them for heart health. No wonder Cheerios are number one on the list.