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Watch Matt Stonie Eat A Mountain Of French Toast Crunch-Covered French Toast

We can imagine that eating a massive amount of French toast can be hard, but competitive eater Matt Stonie added another element to his challenge, covering the toast in Cinnamon French Toast Crunch.

Stonie set up a mountain stack of 36 French toast slices, as he attempted to eat the entire thing, because that’s just what he does.

He made the French toast himself, getting three loaves of Texas toast, dipping them in egg batter, pan frying each slice and covering them with a coat of French Toast Crunch cereal.

French toast, on french toast — brilliant.

The 36 slices alone total 4,392 calories. Add a box of the French Toast Crunch Cereal and you’re looking at an extra 1,200 calories. That’s already roughly 5,600 calories, not even counting the egg batter, butter, berries, or maple syrup that he later added.

Somehow the legend got through every single slice. He had some berries leftover, but he destroyed the French Toast Crunch-encrusted French toast.

This dude’s a monster.




General Mills Brings Back French Toast Crunch, Millennials Get the Feels

Oh. My. Blob. French Toast Crunch is back!

General Mills announced that the syrupy miniature of the brunch staple is returning to shelves and stomachs throughout the country. Certain stores already have the specialty cereal stocked, but you should be able to find a box at any grocery by the end of January 2015.

“We have been overwhelmed by the consumer conversations, requests and passion for the cereal to come back,” said Waylon Good, General Mills’ marketing manager, about the monumental decision. “We value our fans and are so excited to be able to bring it back for them.”

There’s a lot of ’90s noms nostalgia going around, from the recent ReSurgence to the noisy return of crispy M&M’s. Hopefully, no one gets any ideas about Crystal Pepsi.

Some things should stay buried.

H/t Time