Shark Pancakes


Is it Shark Week yet? Because, we might already know what we’re having for breakfast. Shark Pancakes are brought to us by pancake artist Nathan Shields of Saipancakes.

Butter up a Mako or Hammerhead, add syrup and dive in. If you’ll be trying a Great White, we’re gonna need a bigger plate.

[link, via Neatorama]

Taco Bell Breakfast Bed Sheets


With April Fools Day quickly approaching, we should be a bit weary of companies teasing fake products, and toying with our emotions.

But let’s assume that Taco Bell’s A.M. Crunchwrap Bed Sheets are an actual thing. Then we would very much like a set, and want to go night-night right now.

The yummy bedding is part of Taco Bell’s promotion for their new breakfast menu, that includes a series of social media-based missions for fans, and some sort of Taco Bell Breakfast Phone. This all better be real, T-Bell… Don’t you know we’re fragile?

[link, via Thrillist]

Breakfast From Around The World


You might think that every country around the world eats either a bowl of cereal in the morning, or bacon topped with bacon. But, according to What Does The World Eat For Breakfast?, you would be dead wrong.

Some breakfasts consumed in other countries actually appear healthy — even employing something called “fruit” to the most important meal of the day. We know, it’s crazy, but take a look…


Hot Dog Pancakes


If you’re looking  to add some savory to your pancakes, or you’re having a few five-year-olds over for brunch… Hot Dog Pancakes are here to help.

Brought to us by CHOW, the pancakes are easy enough to make, by placing slices of your wiener on one side of the pancake and flipping as usual. Pass the syrup and mustard.





One Long Rainbow Found In A Bowl of Lucky Charms


Did imgur member CaitRose just find one very long rainbow marbit in her bowl of Lucky Charms? Or, did a unicorn take a poop in her cereal bowl?

No matter… It is a sign. Of what, we do not not know. But I would get that thing on Ebay, pronto. And, find the unicorn responsible. Rumor has it that their tears are made from delicious cereal milk.

[link, via First We Feast]