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]

Skittles Chicken Wings Will Add Some Much-Needed Color and Sugar To Your Party


Assuming that you’re not averse to rainbow foods, you might consider serving something other than boring orange chicken wings at your Super Bowl party.

Skittles Wings are brought to us by the folks at Thrillist. The multi-colored treats will help get the color-party started, by using the actual candies to color and flavor your wingers.  Check out the recipe and technique here and taste the chickeny rainbow.




Anatomy of a Recipe, A Cooking Game With Recipe Ingredients Encased In Dominoes


Playing a game of traditional dominoes only rewards you with boring plastic tiles. However, if you play Anatomy of a Recipe, you could win control of dinner.

Created by artist Leonie Anholts, the game plays like regular dominoes, only the tiles are filled with recipe ingredients. The player to use their last tile not only wins bragging rights, but then gets to choose how to use the last ingredient to make dinner for everyone.






[link, via Fubiz]

Recipe Ingredients In Mid-Air Make Reading Fun


Traditional recipes are great. But sometimes, we just don’t feel like reading, with all those words and all. Visual recipes are where it’s at, and they don’t get much more enjoyable to follow than Recipes by artist Nora Luther.

The photo series depicts a fully-realized meal, deconstructs it, and then sends the ingredients airborne — showing your next meal mid-flight.

Recipes are fun again. And, no reading… yay!






[link, via The Awesomer]

Recipe Tattoos, For When You Need To Cheat At Cooking


Traditional cookbooks are so over, and you’re probably a fan of crib notes. I Tradizionali is a fun project created by Marina Cinciripini and Sarah Richiuso. 

The series consists of recipes that can be applied to the body as temporary tattoos. It’s the perfect way to sneakingly reference your info, without missing a beat at the stove.

I Tradizionali currently contains only a few tattoos, including ‘Grandmother’s Artichokes’ and ‘Spaghetti with Dry Tomatoes and Anchovies.’ The project is currently seeking funds for more recipes and mass-production over at Eppela



[link, via First We Feast]