Cereal Stuff


Dangerous new trend: bathing in cereal.

Teens around the world are risking their lives in a bizarre new trend, imitating some of their favorite internet celebrities as they literally bathe in Cheerios, Froot Loops, and other breakfast cereals meant for eating! Here is just some of the evidence of this shocking new “game” from around the web: Good Mythical Morning “Giant

A Count Chocula postage stamp?

Artist Clark Orr has designed a cereal-inspired postage stamp as part of his “Pop Culture Postage” exhibit at Gallery 1988.

Fun “Cereal Brawl” Game on NPR

A cereal puzzle game featured on NPR’s “Ask Me Another.”

Cereal etiquette: what container is the proper vessel with which to serve dry cereal at breakfast?

Heck if we know, we usually just pour the box directly into our mouths like a bunch of uncouth savages.

Mystery cereals.

Where do I find ______ cereal?

Wonder no more! We’ve compiled a brief list of some of the more rare and frequently-missed cereals and where they’ve been spotted.

The reason this blog was created.

Six-Layer Milk-Soaked Cereal Cake with Frosted Flake Frosting

Charles Phoenix has created what may very well be the world’s greatest cake using six different cereals.

Cookie Crisp in a bowl made of cookie dough.

BREAKING: Cookie Crisp in a bowl made out of a cookie

A Reddit user has created the ultimate vessel for Cookie Crisp cereal.

Generic Cereal

Happy National Cereal Day 2014!

The holiest of holy days on the Cereal Fix calendar, as celebrated the only way we know how: a contest where the only possible winners are giant, multi-national conglomerates!

Kellogg's Corn Flakes-inspired bag designed by Anya Hindmarch for London Fashion Week 2014, photographed by Ben A. Pruchnie

London Fashion Week is Cuckoo for Haute Couture

Fashion designer Anya Hindmarch’s cereal-inspired creations on display at London Fashion Week.

The Great American Cereal Book cover.

Celebrate National Cereal Day with Marty Gitlin, author of The Great American Cereal Book

Author Marty Gitlin shares his thoughts on cereal and his experiences writing The Great American Cereal Book.