If AEW Wrestlers Were Cereals
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
3M ago
Welcome to the first installment of “If AEW Wrestlers Were Cereals” where I combine a couple of hobbies: cereal eating/reviews and professional wrestling. The premise is simple, I picked 18 AEW wrestlers and matched them to cereals I thought fit their characters and personalities. Without further ado, ring the bell and let’s get it going! Samoa Joe and Cap’n Crunch go hand-in-hand. Joe is the captain of the ship as the current AEW Wold Champion. He’s a savvy veteran with a stout build and like Cap’n Crunch can tear up the roof of your mouth, Samoa Joe can rip any opponent to shreds.  &nb ..read more
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Silly rabbit, Trix LOADED is for someone else
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
6M ago
This Trix cereal isn’t your grandfather’s Trix. Because we live in a world where good enough can’t be left alone, and the pursuit of bigger and better is constant, we’ve gone from mini cereal to now LOADED cereal, with this offering from General Mills, Trix LOADED. Trix is one of three cereal varieties that has received the LOADED treatment, in addition to classics, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Cocoa Puffs. Each is basically the same size and shape but flavored as usual. The kicker is that LOADED cereal means you get vanilla creme filling in each bite. So does having a little shot of creme in th ..read more
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Is this cereal spooky good, or does it put the boo in Boo Berry
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
9M ago
  It’s spooky season, so what better time than now to do a review on a classic cereal with a twist. Many of us are familiar with seasonal classics such as Boo Berry, Franken Berry and of course Count Chocula. So what does Genera Mills do? In recent years, the brand decided to make a mash-up and now we have Monster Mash Remix that now features the newest monster character, Carmella Creeper. Before we dive into the review, you may be asking, “Who the heck is Carmella Creper?” Well, Carmella Creeper is a DJ who apparently is the long-lost cousin of Franken Berry. Now that is out of the way ..read more
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Silly Rabbit, Nesquik is for… Canadians?
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
10M ago
Have you ever wondered what Canadian Cocoa Puffs would look like? Swap out the loopy coo-coo bird for a cartooony rabbit and you have Nesquik cereal. Although, Cocoa Puffs are sold in Canada, but I digress. Nesquik cereal is no longer available in the United States, so our neighbors to the north get to enjoy it. As I continue the second part of my palette tour of Canadian cereals (see the last one on Tim Horton’s Timbits), we dig into Nestle cereal. Aesthetics Let’s first judge a book, or in this case a cereal, by its cover. The unmistakable Nesquik branding of the blue and yellow is ins ..read more
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Find out what Tim Horton’s timbits cereal is all aboot
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
11M ago
Canada, the big landmass of a country and neighbor to the north. The country is so big it has two national sports: hockey and lacrosse. A country that has given the world artists like Bret “the Hitman” Hart, Celine Dion, and most importantly the rapper, Snow. Canada has also given us Tim Horton’s and subsequently Tim Horton’s brand cereal in conjunction with Post Cereals. So today, I put on the finest mountie hat money can buy on Amazon that goes with my Canadian tuxedo, holster a bottle of maple syrup, and give you a preempted “sorie” for reading this review. With all of that out of the way ..read more
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KitKat as a cereal? Gimme a break…
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
1y ago
General Mills brings us another cereal that I don’t know if anyone asked for, but perhaps dreamed about as a child? I’m assuming most of us have enjoyed a KitKat before. Those sweet crispy wafters melded together by milk chocolate create one of my favorite candy bars, and apparently one of Kourtney Kardashian’s as well, although I don’t dissect mine and eat it in the most complicated way possible. Now, General Mills has attempted to replicate one of our favorite candy bars in the form of cereal, minus the ease of breaking off just one bar at a time. But does it succeed, or is it just like all ..read more
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ICEE cereal packs the flavor minus the brain freeze
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
1y ago
  Kellogg’s continues to pump out novelty cereals. This time, it’s a berry-flavored cereal inspired by the childhood classic cool beverage, the ICEE. So, is this cereal everything we love about ICEE minus the brain freeze and brightly red or blue tongue? In short, sort of. But before we dive into the cereal review, let’s take a look at the history of ICEE. (don’t say you never learned anything by reading these reviews) The ICEE company was started in 1967 in Los Angeles and after some acquisitions and expansion, it has since grown to be the No. 1 frozen beverage brand worldwide. Good que ..read more
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Is Nutty Buddy cereal a bust?
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
1y ago
Kellogg’s and Little Debbie have collaborated again to turn a childhood snack into cereal form. In addition to Oatmeal Creme Pies and Cosmic Brownies, the brands have concocted a Nutty Buddy cereal. When opening the box and cereal bag, you definitely can smell a scent that reminds me of some sort of latte I’ve ordered. But the question we’re left with is whether or not it is executed well, so let’s find out. Aesthetics I’m mainly giving it four spoons because I’m a sucker for bright, vibrant colors on the packaging and it excellently replicates the classic Nutty Buddy snack box branding. The ..read more
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Red, White & Blue Crunch: a patriotic punch to your palate
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
2y ago
Have you ever wanted a cereal that tasted like a bald eagle wearing a camo headband, with its talons holding the American flag, fireworks, and the Declaration of Independence, all while driving a tank?  Well if so, then Red, White & Blue Crunch is not the cereal for you. However, it is festive in its artificial coloring of star-shaped cereal pieces. Because this cereal is just Cap’n Crunch with some aesthetic changes, this review will be short and sweet, kind of like the morsels of this cereal. (Dang that’s some good wordsmithing by me) Aesthetics I don’t have a graphic for 2.5 spo ..read more
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The only thing missing from Wendy’s Frosty cereal is fries
The Cereal Aisle
by Joe Evans
2y ago
It’s been a while since the last cereal review, but sometimes good things happen to those who wait. Other times, it’s this – a cereal review by a hobbyist with too much free time on their hands on a Sunday. Regardless, prepare yourself to enter the world of Wendy’s Frosty cereal. Yes, just when you thought dipping your fries in a Frosty was the wildest thing you could do to a Frosty, Kellogg’s cereal says hold my milk. With spoon in hand, let’s get the scoop of what this latest novelty cereal is all about and then you can determine if it’s worth an impulse buy for yourself or your children ..read more
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