I have a few old boxes of cereal from my youth. One of them was one that was very memorable to me -- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Cereal. It came out in 1989 during the height of its popularity. Let's see if it holds up! (Spoiler alert: it doesn't)
A few weeks ago, Producer Joe was eating chick peas out of a bowl in the studio during "The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show."
We noticed how much the chick peas looked like Kix cereal. We figured if we couldn't tell the difference between the two, that most people probably wouldn't either.
One thing I enjoy doing is taking two or three breakfast cereals and mixing them together to create my own cereal cocktails. Whenever a new breakfast cereal hits store shelves, that opens up a whole new recipe book for something new. With the arrival of Sprinkled Donut Crunch, I knew I had what it took to make one of my favorite pastries in breakfast cereal form.
Growing up in the 80s, we had some awesome breakfast cereals. Many of which don't exist today. One of my favorites was called S'mores Crunch which consisted of chocolate-flavored 'Golden Grahams' with marshmallows. It wasn't on shelves very long, but I loved it. Kellogg's did release a Smorz cereal, but it's not the same. If you want to make a cereal based on the classic s'mores flavor, this is mo
One of my favorite things to buy at the fair or anywhere I can find it is kettle corn - especially caramel kettle corn. I was speaking to a lady who runs a kettle corn booth and she said there's one guy who will buy the caramel corn and eat it like cereal. He'll pour milk over it and eat it with a spoon.
Eating caramel corn like breakfast cereal, you say? This, I have to try!