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Breakfast

Ebos Muesli-to-Go Cup

Ebos Muesli-to-Go Cup

This cup is perfect for enjoying muesli on the go. It keeps milk or yogurt separate from cereal until you’re ready to mix them together. Simply store dry ingredients in the top section, then unscrew and pour them in the bottom when you’r ready to eat. The reusable container is made from eco-friendly bamboo fiber and corn starch.

How Breakfast Is Made

How Breakfast Is Made

The Discovery UK edition of How It’s Made offers up a three-for-one combo meal, showing us the factory processes that go into preparing the food items needed for a complete breakfast, including waffles, eggs, and bacon. Vegetarians, look away.

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Ordinary Things: Breakfast Cereal

Ordinary Things: Breakfast Cereal

We love a bowl of sweet and crunchy breakfast cereal as much as the next guy, but as Ordinary Things points out, this high-carb, low-nutritional value day-starter isn’t exactly good for you, despite what the marketing might tell us. The Stuff You Should Know episode on the Kellogg brothers is worth a listen too.

Overengineered Egg Breaker

Overengineered Egg Breaker

Getting an egg to crack perfectly without breaking the yolk or getting eggshell takes some practice. But engineers look for ways to eliminate human error from such problems, and that’s exactly what The Q did with his mechanical egg cracking gadget.

How Frosted Cereal Is Made

How Frosted Cereal Is Made

Just how did those crunchy and sweet flakes of cereal made it into your bowl this morning? The UK edition of How It’s Made takes us inside a factory where they take various grains, pressure cook, flatten, toast, and sugar-coat them to make a deliciously carby start to your day.

Drunk History: Corn Flakes

Drunk History: Corn Flakes

If you’ve never heard the insane story of the Kellogg brothers, you should listen to Stuff You Should Know’s podcast on the topic. But for a slightly more abridged and inebriated version, Drunk History has you covered, with a little help from Paget Brewster, and Owen and Luke Wilson.

Razer Project Breadwinner Toaster

Razer Project Breadwinner Toaster

Originally an April Fools Day joke, Razer’s toaster for gamers is actually being produced due to popular demand. It has a matte black body, colorful LED illumination like Razer’s gaming systems and peripherals, and toasts the Razer logo. We doubt the multicolored butter will happen.

Froot Loops Candle

Froot Loops Candle

Etsy store Candlelit Desserts makes candles and soaps that look like a variety of food. Its bestseller is this candle that not only looks but also smells like Froot Loops. The 12oz candle comes in a 6″ bowl and has a spoon embedded in it. Not part of a nutritious breakfast.

Post Limited Edition Cereals

Post Limited Edition Cereals

For National Cereal Day, Post is making two limited edition day-starters which combine sweet and savory flavors. Choose from Chicken & Waffles or Maple Bacon Donut starting on 3/7/19 at Walmart. We’re not sure they’re part of a nutritious breakfast, but they sound tasty.

The Catapult Toaster

The Catapult Toaster

Getting toast out of the toaster can be an exercise in frustration. Madman Colin Furze knows this all too well, and has the ultimate solution. His latest build ensures the toast is ejected well above the top of the toaster, ensuring no more burnt fingers.

Why Grape-Nuts Are Called That

Why Grape-Nuts Are Called That

Today I Found Out explores one of life’s many imponderables (and a question Jerry Seinfeld asked first) – why is there a cereal called “Grape-Nuts” that contains neither grapes, nor nuts. Simon Whistler goes on to give us a few more facts about Post’s long-running cereal.

Making Lucky Charms from Scratch

Making Lucky Charms from Scratch

After doing her best to make her own Skittles, Bon Appétit’s Claire Saffitz once again is determined to make a gourmet version of a popular food – and nobody better mess with her Lucky Charms! Of course our method for getting those marshmallows is a bit simpler.

Funko POP! Cereals

Funko POP! Cereals

Fans of Funko’s addictive collectible POP! figures will be thrilled to know that the company is working on its own line of cereals, each featuring wonderfully-illustrated retro packaging, and a mini POP! toy inside. Some will even change colors when you add milk.

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Pancake & Maple Syrup Jelly Bellies

Pancake & Maple Syrup Jelly Bellies

If there’s one thing that we love for breakfast, it’s a fat stack of buttermilk pancakes, slathered in butter and warm maple syrup. But if you’re craving that flavor while sitting on the bus, you can’t exactly whip out the griddle. Thankfully, Jelly Belly has us covered anytime.

Breakfast Time 1980s

Breakfast Time 1980s

Follow your nose to this campy assortment of old breakfast cereal commercials from the 1980s, from Frosted Flakes to Froot Loops to Cheerios to Pac-Man. And we always thought Little Chocolate Donuts were a fake thing.

Bacon and Eggs Pool Floats

Bacon and Eggs Pool Floats

Who says food doesn’t belong in the swimming pool? Float your cares away with some delicious high protein grub on these amusing bacon and egg pool rafts from Kangaroo. A 90″ strip of bacon and a 63″ serving of fried eggs should more than satisfy any hunger.

Froot Loops Milkshake

Froot Loops Milkshake

Burger King is teaming up with Kellogg’s to release a special edition milkshake that tastes like a bowl of delicious, sugary breakfast cereal. Sure, it doesn’t contain any actual fruit, but Toucan Sam would still approve. Follow your nose to your nearest BK Lounge on 4/17/17.

Kellogg’s Cereal Lip Balm

Kellogg’s Cereal Lip Balm

Sugary breakfast cereals are delicious, but can’t possibly be good for us. This pack of fragrant lip balms features the aromas of Corn Flakes, Coco Pops, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, and Rice Krispies, minus all the carbs and calories.

Ben & Jerry’s Cereal Milk Ice Creams

Ben & Jerry’s Cereal Milk Ice Creams

The Vermont-based ice cream purveyors latest treats feature the delicious sugary flavors left behind in cereal milk after eating various breakfast cereals. Choose from Cocoa Loco, Frozen Flakes, or Fruit Loot. Available exclusively at Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops.

Batman Egg Cup

Batman Egg Cup

Make the Caped Crusader part of a nutritious breakfast with this whimsical egg cup and spoon that dresses your boiled egg as Batman. Comes with a Bat logo toast cutter. You’d think they’d make one for Robin’s egg too.

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Toasteroid Image Toaster

Toasteroid Image Toaster

The Toasteroid toaster uses a dot-matrix grid of microfilaments which allow it to print custom words and images onto your toast. Designs can be made on your smartphone and uploaded via Bluetooth. It can even print the day’s weather forecast.

Soda Flavored Pop-Tarts

Soda Flavored Pop-Tarts

Breakfast meets sugary soda pop with Kellogg’s latest toaster pastries. These frosted A&W root beer and Orange Crush flavored Pop-Tarts are expected in grocery stores later this month. As yummy as these sound, we’re still waiting for Han Solo in carbonite flavored ones.

Toyota Barista

Toyota Barista

Toyota’s Gazoo Racing shows the amount of energy can be captured from regenerative braking as it connected its 1000hp TS040 hybrid race car to a roomful of appliances to cook breakfast for 171 people by driving the equivalent of a single LeMans lap. More here.

PancakeBot

PancakeBot

This single-purpose appliance combines an X/Y plotter mechanism with an electric pancake griddle, allowing you to sketch fanciful pancake designs on your computer, then upload them via SD card to literally print your breakfast.

Breakfast Lollipops

Breakfast Lollipops

Enjoy a complete four-course breakfast buffet featuring two strips of bacon, a glazed strawberry/coconut doughnut, and maple waffle-flavored suckers, thanks to the guys over at Vat19. Candy. It’s part of a nutritious breakfast!

Own a Keyboard Waffle Iron

Own a Keyboard Waffle Iron

We first spotted Chris Dimino’s keyboard waffle iron when it was an object in an art exhibit. Thanks to popular demand, it’s being turned into an actual product. All we can say is it’s way better than the touchscreen waffle maker.

Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker

Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker

We’ve seen an Egg McMuffin machine before, but this new model from Hamilton Beach lets you cook two english muffin and egg sandwiches at the same time. Perfect for couples, or really big appetites. Available August 2014.

The Cronut

The Cronut

New York pastry chef Dominique Ansel has invented this epic new breakfast treat which combines the flakiness of a croissant with the sugary toppings, fillings and shape of a donut. One bakers dozen now, please!

Taco Bell Waffle Taco

Taco Bell Waffle Taco

Does simply folding food in half make it a taco? If you’re Taco Bell, it does. And besides, the idea of a waffle with sausage, egg and maple syrup sounds good to us. Currently only in test markets, but you can always make your own.

Breakfast Sandwich Maker

Breakfast Sandwich Maker

Say goodbye to the Egg McMuffin, and hello to homemade with this contraption from Hamilton Beach, which makes the perfect breakfast sammie using a fresh egg and ingredients of your choice.

Cerealism

Cerealism

Arizona-based photographer Ernie Button’s Cerealism series is a clever collection featuring landscapes and still life pieces inspired by the shapes and textures of our favorite cereals.

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