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]

Cheerios Coated Grilled Cheese


To help put a spin and some crunchiness on a grilled cheese sandwich, Serious Eats has come up with the Cheerios Coated Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

It’s simple… Just adhere some Cheerios cereal to toast, using some melted cheese as glue. Then go about your standard grilled cheese preparation, and breakfast and/or lunch is served.

Serious Eats’ recipe calls for ham and mustard, but you can roll however you like. You can even make a Cheerios Cheesus for all we we care.

[link, via Neatorama]

It’s Always Time For Cereal Tea


Sure, you could just pour a bowl of cereal, and then have to eat all of it to get to the yummy milk… But that just sounds like a lot of work.

Now, you don’t have to save the best part for last, with this handy tutorial on How To Make Cereal Tea. Brought to us by Instructables user, Aaron Geman, all it takes is a disassembled tea bag, ground up cereal, and a funnel.

Steep away, and you’ll be enjoying that cereal milk in no time… Without all of the chewing, and accelerated tooth decay.





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Cereal TIE Fighter


Cereal TIE Fighter is one of the latest pieces by artist/food-player Brock Davis.

Using nothing more than two Crispix and two Cheerios, Davis has set up a suitable defense against the breakfast rebellion. We can only hope that the Wafflennium Falcon is not far behind.


Austin Restaurant Lil’ Buco Provides Fine Dining For Kids


Problem… Your child, with their underdeveloped palate and all, is starting to show signs of being a bit of a food snob. Austin restaurant Lil’ Buco is here to help nurture their snobbery with a kids’ menu — but all refined-like.

No longer will your child be subjected to boring peanut butter and jelly placed between two slices of bread with the crusts cut off. And, your little foodie will never want a grilled cheese again, unless it’s in coin-form.

Just make sure your pretentious little eater saves room for the Sous Vide Pop-Tart with cereal-infused milk.






[link, via Boing Boing]