The year in food, as told by Rice Krispies Treats
Rice Krispies Treats, in all their dreamy, marshmallow glory, are delightful on their own, but Misterkrisp manages to turn them into works of art. I don't even know if I could eat these magnificent creations. OK, that's a lie... but I would take a good, hard look (and maybe a picture) before I devoured them.
Come with me on a trip, food by food, month by month, courtesy of Misterkrisp. These cereal renditions of our favorite seasonal eats are even tastier than the real thing. (Unless you don't like Rice Krispies Treats, in which case, we can't be friends anymore.)
As far as I'm concerned, January is as good a month as any for cheese. You're going to break that diet resolution anyway, and it might as well be with all the Brie and cheddar you can get your hands on.
You thought February was going to be a box of chocolates for Valentine's Day, didn't you? Nope. February is about Super Bowl and the glorious chicken wings that go with it.
I'm not much for Cadbury Eggs, but Rice Krispies Treats Cadbury Eggs are something I can get behind.
Obviously we eat pizza all year long, but pie and beer this cute deserve special attention. As it turns out, Rice Krispies Treats pizza > actual pizza.
The beginning of grilling season has to include these sweet (pun intended) little sliders.
This watermelon might not provide you with seeds to spit, but bonus points if you can fish out the black Rice Krispies and fire those off.
I didn't think it was possible for the all-American hot dog and hamburger to get any more American, but make it with Rice Krispies, and suddenly I'm seeing red, white and blue, with "The Star-Spangled Banner" ringing in my head.
Maybe August isn't your birthday month, but whatever month is, this should be the cake you celebrate with.
Something tells me the teacher would much rather get this apple than that bruised one that rolled around in your kid's backpack all day.
It's like candy corn but without all that oddly delicious waxiness.
The chances of overcooking this turkey are nonexistent, which is why I'm lobbying for an all-cereal Thanksgiving next year. So much less pressure. Plus, the yams already have a marshmallow topping anyway, so it's not that much of a stretch.
If I'm Santa, I'm looking for a break from all those regular chocolate chip cookies. Give me a plate full of Rice Krispies Treats that look like cookies, and you're getting a few extra presents under the tree.