But will it still only be for a limited time?
There's now going to be another means for Girl Scout Cookie fans to get their hands on some of their favorite flavors--and it's Girl Scout Cookie Cereal.Read More
Looks like Count Chocula's getting a gritty reboot.
Count Chocula and his pals Franken Berry and Boo Berry are getting redesigned by DC Comics artists like Jim Lee before they hit shelves for Halloween this year as part of a partnership between General Mills and DC Entertainment. Sadly, there's no word on Yummy Mummy of Fruit Brute getting redesigns.Read More
None of the winners are magically delicious and that bothers me.
Real estate blog Movoto likes to do fun things with data about where people live, and their latest effort compiled data from Facebook to see what brand of cereal each state "Liked" the most. I never would have guessed the two frontrunners.Read More
Is breakfast even the most important meal of the day?
It's a universal sensation, and one that new research says advertisers have no qualms using to manipulate kids: locking eyes with a stranger increases trust and connection, even when that stranger is an athletic Tiger or...whatever that thing from the Honeycomb box is.Read More
How much cereal is too much cereal? We're asking for a friend.
This year saw the return of Yummy Mummy and Frute Brute to the lineup of General Mills "Monster Cereals". They were harder to track down than Count Chocula, Franken Berry, and Boo Berry, but we got our hands on all five and decided to rank them as an excuse to eat cereal at work. We'll even tell you where to find them.Read More
Who knew nostalgia could be edible?
All five of General Mills' classic monster cereals are returning! Resurrections of Count Chocula, Boo Berry, and Frankenberry have become a regular Halloween thing, this is the first time in decades that Fruit Brute and Yummy Mummy will be back on store shelves for children of all ages to enjoy.Read More
Apparently it doesn't take much to get Kellogg to make you your own cereal, at least if you're famous. Tim Burgess, lead singer for Charlatans was able to make his dream, "Totes Amazeballs", a reality after merely tweeting a joke about its existence. When that existence of that tweet made itself apparent to Kellogg, the company responded by making the cereal actually exist, a surprisingly awesome way to react to a joke.Read More
Obol® is The Original Crispy Bowl® that solves the problem of soggy cereal. With the unique Swoop n Scoop®, the Obol makes every bite as crispy as the first bite. The Spiral Slide design makes it possible to enjoy your cereal until the last bite. You can set the Obol down to write an email or answer the phone knowing your cereal will never get soggy. The easy to hold, textured non-slip grip and rim makes it easy to eat anywhere. It's perfect for eating in bed or while watching a movie. Kids love it! The Obol is great for crispy crackers with soup.Available for $18.95, or $50 for a three-pack. (Obol via TDW) Read More
Sculptor Brian Stuckey shows us all just how important breakfast cereal mascots are with this sculpture. The scene took him over three months to build, and he points out that the table is over thirty-eight inches long, which means the scene doesn't exactly fit inside a shoebox. Click on the image to see a larger version.Read More
Bengals star Chad Ochocinco created OchocincO’s to help raise money for a worthy cause, the “Feed the Children” charity. There was one little problem, though – well-meaning people who called the 1-800 number on the box to donate funds were directed to a phone-sex line. The mistake was innocent enough: The cereal listed 1-800-HELP-FTC as Feed the Children’s number when the group’s real number is 1-888-HELP-FTC. But those three little numbers connected people to something not-so-innocent. >>>Full story at SportsGrid.Read More