Not sure how big they are, wonder how they'd taste mixed in with some cereal. Without the pit of course lol.They are a fruit from an asian tree called Jujube. The fruit is small with a hard seed in the middle and the texture is a bit pithy but they have a nice flavor. One guy that tasted them the other day said he thinks they taste like apples. I think it is a little different than an apple. Usually my friend and I pick them and eat them as they are but I have so many now I am planning on finding a jam recipe for them. It started with a tree my mother planted a couple of decades ago. We didn't know they were edible so we just swept up the fruit every year. Then one year after I inherited the house I spent 14 months in Dallas and when I came back there were volunteer jujube trees all over that corner of the yard. I never had tome to do anything with them so I now have a small forest.