Wheaties Cereal Has A Beer Now


There’s a new breakfast of champions. Wheaties recently teamed up with Fulton Brewery to create HefeWheaties — a beer inspired by the breakfast cereal.

The beer is an American-style Hefeweizen (wheat beer), however it doesn’t actually contain any Wheaties. So, pouring this beer into your Wheaties would not be redundant.

Now, the question remains… Will HefeWheaties start displaying above-average drinkers on the can? Perhaps, athletes with drinking problems? Either way, the beer will be available in 16-ounce cans, but will only see limited release in Minnesota.




Cereal Milk Popsicles Is Our New Favorite Breakfast On A Stick


If you need a nice summer treat, and prefer your breakfast on a stick, Cereal Milk Popsicles are here to help.

Simply freeze cereal and a few simple ingredients, and you now have breakfast on-the-go. The recipe is part of the all-popsicle book, Ice Pops!, where you can duplicate a bunch of frozen treats.

[link, via Incredible Things and Blazenfluff]

Cereal Monsters Get Real In This Creepy Art Series


Cereal Monsters can be adorable, and all they want to do is endorse their delicious breakfast cereals. However, at the end of the day, Count Chocula, Frankenberry and Boo Berry are still monsters.

Artist Mike Burns got serious with these cereal peddlers, depicting them as actual creepy monsters. Prints of Count Chocula, Frankenberry, and Boo Berry can be found here. Sadly, we don’t get to see Fruit Brute howling at the moon. Now, we wait.




[link, via GeekAlerts]

The Cereal Dress Is The Most Important Couture of The Day


To help promote her new variety of Special K cereal, British TV personality Tess Daly and Kellogg’s created a dress made entirely of the cereal’s ingredients.

The Cereal Dress was created using 4,000 stalks of wheat, 500 whole almonds, 800 cut almonds, 50 vanilla pods, 50 vanilla flowers, 450 whole apples, and 100 curled apple peels, preserved peels, and apple slices.

Pass the milk, and let’s enjoy this breakfast couture.


[via Mental Floss]

Behold The Cereal Box Wall


Wallpaper can be pretty boring, and cereal is awesome. Cereal-enthusiast Gabe Fonseca knows this, and created the Cereal Box Wall.

Using dozens of cereal boxes from his vast collection, Gabe adhered them to a metal-plated wall using magnets. He also had the wherewithal to arrange them by color, creating a mascot-laden spectrum of awesomeness.

And, he included Fruit Brute. Well done, sir.




[link, via Pee-wee]