Too bad, hourglass fans: That timely shape is about to depart from your favorite breakfast cereal. ABC News reports that for the first time in 10 years, Lucky Charms is adding a new permanent marshmallow to its lineup: a surprisingly detailed unicorn head. “Magical” may be overstating it, but it certainly looks…
Nintendo’s back in the game cereal game. Rumored for days and now confirmed, Super Mario Cereal becomes part of this nutritious breakfast in December. Every box is an Amiibo, unlocking gold coins and hearts in Super Mario Odyssey.
You know what I could really go for right now? A stale melted Jolly Rancher sandwich. How about you guys?
For hardcore waffle fans only.
When Taco Bell initially announced its cream-filled Cap’n Crunch Delights, I compared them to testicles. Now that I have had them in my mouth I must amend that comparison to read “delicious testicles.”
The menu at Fountain City Coffee in Columbus, Georgia is the beginning of an epic breakfast adventure.
"It's the same exact thing, only it comes in a bag" my father used to tell me about generic versions of popular breakfast cereals. Was he a rotten liar? This blind taste test proves him right. Or possibly wrong.
The world's premiere pancake artist Nathan Shields recreates the iconic creatures of the Star Wars universe in heated batter form. How I hate him.
As a man that at one point in his life consumed no less than four liters of vaguely citrus soda a day, I find it hard to believe that there was really a large demand for a mildly juice-infused Mountain Dew breakfast drink, yet here we are.
They're pancakes - wow! Jim's Pancakes is a blog started by a dad spending his weekend mornings making cool pancakes for his three-year-old daughter. Yesterday morning's theme: Tetris.
Mario, represented by several dozen slices of toasted bread and some plain hamburger buns. Seen via Epic Win FTW. You know what's coming next: Bacon Luigi.
We've dealt with factory sealed Nintendo rarities two decades old this past week, but at least their contents wouldn't throw you into gastric distress. A 22-year-old unopened "Nintendo Cereal System" box just sold for $207.50, or $103.75 per cereal.