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LA’s Hottest Brunch Spot Just Unveiled An All Cereal Dinner Menu

Breakfast is the best meal of the day, which is why it shouldn’t be overlooked once the clock passes noon. Whether it’s eggs and bacon or cereal, there are no limitations for when you should indulge in your morning favorites, and you’ll be happy to know an overwhelming portion of the population agrees.

For all you cereal fans out there, Kellogg’s has dreamed up the perfect dinner situation with you in mind.

The Los Angeles-based cafe Sqirl and Kellogg’s have teamed up to bring you “Breakfast For Dinner,” a unique, limited-time, breakfast-themed pop-up featuring innovative sweet, savory and delicious cereal-infused dishes that are sure to please any breakfast-lover.

Beginning Thursday, September 21 through Saturday, September 23, Sqirl is showing off its love for brinner, and you should too. Here’s a little sneak peak of some of the special items being offered.

Mark your calendars and bring your appetite, because no one wants to miss Breakfast For Dinner.

1. Froot Loops French Toast

This is Sqirl’s famed French toast, made with Froot Loops-steeped custard, topped with Froot Loops steeped creme fraiche, and finished with “Plum Jam” and Fruit Loops Streusel.

This cornucopia of flavors will transport you back to the days of your childhood as you embark on a journey of familiar sugary sweetness. The soft, buttery texture of the French Toast is elevated by the crispiness of Froot Loops.

2. Krispies Egg

Who doesn’t love sausage and eggs for breakfast? This Krispies Scotch Egg is an egg wrapped in Sqirl’s house pork sausage and breaded in Rice Krispies before frying.

A new way of presenting a “Scotch Egg,” it’s served with a market salad tossed with radish, shallot and Rice Krispies to keep the theme going.

3. Special K Tonkatsu Breakfast Bowl

Kokuho Rose Brown Rice, Special K cereal crusted and fried pork cutlet, tonkatsu sauce, pickles, sesame seed soft egg. A cross between southern fried steak and eggs, this savory pork cutlet, and soft-boiled egg find a perfect balance between the crispiness of Special K cereal.

4. Matcha Rice Krispies Treats with Smoked Strawberries

These are Rice Krispies with homemade fluff, green tea powder and smoked strawberries. If you’ve ever enjoyed adding fruit to your cereal, this soft and chewy treat is a must-try. Imagine a strawberry-infused Rice Krispies Treat, but with a twist.

5. Kellogg’s Cereal-Infused Sqirl Jam

What’s breakfast without toast and jam? For those that love to spread their jam on thick, this Sqirl and Kellogg’s cereal and fruit-infused jam was made specially for you.

Featuring peach and Frosted Flakes, and Plum and Raisin Bran, these sweet and fruity spreads create the perfect dichotomy between the familiar cereals of childhood, paired with the maturity of elegant fruit flavors.

Be careful, you might not want to share these limited time offerings. And if you can’t make it, why not experiment with creating these Kellogg’s treats in your own kitchen? Deliciousness knows no bounds.

Photos by Peter Pham

Created in partnership with Kellogg’s


FOODBEAST KATCHUP: Star Wars Disneyland Food, Sexy Fruits & Free Donuts

Man, what a week. Our team sat down and took a look at some of the top stories on the site and our social channels over the last several days.

We bring you up to date on the new sliced chocolate that everyone’s talking about and how to get a free dozen Krispy Kreme donuts. We take a look at the new Star Wars foods they’re serving at Disneyland as well as all the sexy new ways to spend time with grapefruits.

Check out our weekly Katchup in the video above.


1. Rice Krispies Taco Shell


2. Chocolate Slices


3. Unexpected Ways To Use Food Sexually

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4. Disneyland Star Wars Food


5. Free Krispy Kreme Donuts

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6. Japanese Pop McNugget Bucket



How To Infuse Your Rice Krispie Treats With Brownies


Rice Krispies Treats and brownies are two of the most convenient desserts around. They’re neither too sticky, nor too soggy to carry around all day and munch on.

Oh Bite It! came up with a brilliant recipe for Rice Krispie Treat Brownies that combines the best of both desserts into one time-saving bite.

All you need is brownie mix, rice cereal, marshmallows and butter.

First make your standard Rice Krispie Treat in a standard springform pan. Once it’s complete, press down on the marshmallow-cereal mixture until it’s as flat as possible.

Now, you’re gonna get started on making that brownie mixture.


When everything’s mixed together and you have a nice smooth batter, pour it on top of your Rice Krispie. Even out the brownie mix as it seeps through into your rice mix.

Set the oven to 350 degrees and bake for 3o minutes until it’s firm. Once it’s out, let it cool and you’re ready to serve.

Oh Bite It! also recommends using marshmallow creamRice-Krisp-Brownies drizzle. Looks and sounds AMAZING.

Photos: Oh Bite It!


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Rice Krispie Treat Watermelon


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Cookies and Cream Rice Krispie Treats

Cookies and cream flavored ice cream was always one of my favorite frozen treats. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine those illustrious flavors of that ice cream being brought full circle and implemented into the iconic sticky and crispy texture of a Rice Krispie treat!


Epic Meal Time Has a Candy BBQ [VIDEO]

In this week’s YouTube episode from the Epic Meal Time cooking show, the boys put together a barbecue menu made entirely of sweet goods. The episode, entitled Candy BBQ, breaks several norms the show has set forth for itself thus far. One of which, is the lack of meat in the entirety of the bit. Second of which is the shot of utensils being used around 2:56 to consume the chocolate steak.

Chocolate, donuts, gay bacon (sour gummy strips), assorted candies, marshmallow fluff and cotton candy batter all come together to make a multi-course meal totalling 1,018 grams of fat and 49,885 calories. Burgers made of candy, Kit-Kats are deep fried…and there’s an entire steak made out of Rice Krispie treats and chocolate.

This week, Epic Meal Time challenges our sweet tooth. Will we accept?


Winter Avalanche: The Inverted Rice Krispie Treat

Imagine everything you knew about a Rice Krispie Treat and throw it out the window. Actually…don’t do that, just invert what you thought. Confused? Well, we’re looking at a dessert that utilizes white chocolate chips, creamy peanut butter, mini marshmallows and mini chocolate chips. The difference? All the ingredients are poured in with the Krispies, but the last thing to get rolled in are the marshmallows, instead of incorporating them earlier on in the recipe. (Recipe @ SceneFromMe)