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Friday, January 18, 2008

Cereal Wars: Challenging The Rice Krispie Treat Empire

Posted By on Fri, Jan 18, 2008 at 9:00 AM

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You may be asking yourself (but probably not): Where the hell do Rice Krispies get off monopolizing the market on cereal-based no-bake treats? Sure, Rice Krispie Treats are great, but why not Trix Treats or Froot Loops treats? Thankfully, somebody over at Cakespy went in search of answers and came back with some surprising results:

1. Corn Pops Treats taste damn good, winning points for childhood nostalgia and their "crisp yet airy texture."

2. Froot Loops Treats also scored high marks in the texture category, not to mention visual supremacy "like little marshmallowy rainbows."

3. Shredded Mini Wheats Treats, while not pretty, are tasty enough to make up for it.

Check out Cakespy for the full breakdown.

(via Serious Eats)

-- Brian Bernbaum

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