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Get Peanut Butter Wasted With This Incredible REESE’S CRISPY TREAT

You’re the world’s biggest peanut butter fan, but you feel like you have no more horizons left to explore. What could possibly be the next big adventure for your peanut butter-loving palate? Maybe this ridiculous Reese’s Crispy Treat for starters.

In our latest Foodbeast Kitchen recipe, we re-interpreted a classic treat that Reese’s Peanut butter lovers will be infatuated with for years to come.

The ingredients are simple, all you need is some butter, marshmallow creme, Reese’s Puffs, Reese’s Pieces and a fat heap of peanut butter.

Check out the video for the full recipe, in detail. You may even find peanut butter enlightenment, though we recommend pairing it with a cold glass of milk.

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General Mills Is Getting Rid Of All Artificial Colors From Their Cereals


General Mills has announced they’re getting rid of artificial ingredients. This means the company’s cereals will no longer feature all the bright colors at typically come with artificial flavors and colors.

No longer will the brand be associated with artificial dyes like Blue 1, Yellow 6 and Red 40. Among the cereals that will be affected with this change are Cocoa Puffs, Reese’s Puffs and Trix. Changes will be implemented by the end of this year.

According to General Mills, the cereal’s colors will now come from fruit and vegetable concentrates as well as spices.


General Mills released a product shot of Reese’s Puffs as they look now with a projected look as to how they’ll look once the artificial coloring is removed and natural colors are utilized.

The two look pretty much identical.

However, cereals with blue and greens in them like Trix will no longer feature the two colors. The difficulty in replacing the artificial blues with a natural alternative means that General Mills is dropping the color entirely. No blue means no green, either.

Expect to find the new, more natural cereals in grocery store shelves sometime at the end of this year.



This Guy Instagrams the Awesome Things He Sees in Cheetos


Many of you have binged on a bag of Hot Cheetos with nothing more than a second thought. Others may have eaten half a bag before noticing that a few Cheetos look like misshaped dolphins. For Instagrammer cheesecurlsofinstagram, those misshapen dolphins are more than just a simple snack.

Posting photos of cheese curls that range from common household objects, famous scenes from history, cinema or personal creation, cheesecurlsofinstagram makes one rethink downing a bag of Cheetos before giving it a look through. Through the last few months the quality has also drastically improved, showing minimal cheesy fingers.

Snack lovers, this account definitely warrants a quick look, if not, a follow. Now excuse us while we hunt down a bag of Hot Cheetos.