NEWS: Enjoy A 99% Cleaner Way To Eat Cinnabon With Kellogg’s Cinnabon Snack Bars

Cinnabon is a staple of malls across America. Each store’s sweet, cinnamon scent is the bait that lures hungry shoppers to the cashier, who is waiting for those poor souls to cough up the cash for the gooey, sugary taste of a Cinnabon cinnamon roll topped with frosting. Armed with a fork and knife, those poor souls will cut one of those huge cinnamon rolls in half so that they can enjoy the other half later. But once the warm delectable baked good hits their tongue, they’ll decide to finish it all in one sitting because it won’t taste as good later on.

Even with a fork and knife, their hands still end up stickier than the floor at a 25 cent peep show and napkins don’t help at all. After the gluttony has ended, they’ll look down upon their sticky hands and curse Cinnabon for being so delicious, but within the following weeks they’ll repeat the journey all over again.

Or if their will is strong, they can eat the new Kellogg’s Cinnabon Snack Bars as a replacement, which are probably significantly better for them and cleaner than regular Cinnabon cinnamon rolls. But they probably aren’t as tasty, even if they warm up the snack bars like the packaging suggests.

The Cinnabon Snack Bars come in two flavors: original and caramel. One bar of the original flavor contains 150 calories, 4.5 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 130 milligrams of sodium, 26 grams of carbohydrates and 13 grams of sugar. A bar of the caramel version has 150 calories, 4 grams of fat, 2 grams of saturated fat, 85 milligrams of sodium, 27 grams of carbohydrates and 14 grams of sugar.

NEWS: Kellogg’s Adds Honey To Corn Flakes To Make Them Slightly Less Damn Boring

When I want to express how boring something is, I occasionally use the phrase, “It’s like watching paint dry.” But when I want to mix it up, I use the line, “It’s like eating Corn Flakes.” Or, “It’s like watching C-SPAN with the volume turned down.”

Corn Flakes is a cereal I don’t pay attention to in the vast cereal aisle because everything about it is boring. I’m surprised there’s a rooster on the front of the box. Instead I think there should be sheep jumping over a fence, because Corn Flakes are so boring that they make me fall asleep. Recently, Kellogg’s introduced a new Corn Flakes variety with a hint of added sweetness, the Corn Flakes Touch of Honey.

I’m sure the addition of honey will make Corn Flakes a little more interesting, but why has it taken so long for Kellogg’s to do this? Corn Flakes has been around for about a century and only now they’ve come up with this idea? I guess better late than never.

A cup serving of the Corn Flakes Touch of Honey contains 120 calories, 0 grams of fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 220 milligrams of sodium, 50 milligrams of potassium, 27 grams of carbohydrates, less than 1 gram of dietary fiber, 6 grams of sugar, 20 grams other carbohydrates, 2 grams of protein and a bunch of vitamins and minerals.

NEWS: Coconut M&M’s To Be Released This Summer Ensuring They Will Melt In Your Mouth AND In Your Hands

This week the National Confectioners Association has been holding their annual ALL CANDY EXPO in Chicago, or as I like to call it, The Potential To Gain 10 Pounds In 3 Days. While hundreds of new products were released from large and small candy companies, one of the products that caught my eye was Coconut M&M’s, which are scheduled to be released sometime this summer.

Coconut M&M’s will be a limited edition release, so if you enjoy them, hoard them like they’re Spanish gold doubloons. I won’t be partaking in them, since I don’t like coconuts and I’m still pissed about the discontinuation of Crispy M&M’s, so that means more for everyone else to stockpile.

[via Candy Addict]

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NEWS: New Wanchai Ferry Frozen Meals Make The Freezer Aisle Look A Little More Ethnically Diverse

I <3 Panda Express, but I don’t like the fact that their restaurants close at the unreasonable time of before 10:00 P.M. What if a pregnant woman is craving orange chicken in the middle of the night? What if someone wants some sweet and sour pork after some sweet and sour porking? What if a stoner desires mushroom chicken after smoking some weed and noshing on some shrooms? Thankfully, Wanchai Ferry is here to save us all with their new frozen meals.

I reviewed and enjoyed the Wanchai Ferry Cashew Chicken Chinese Dry Dinner Kit, so I’m looking forward to trying these complete frozen meals that serve two people.

The Wanchai Ferry Frozen Meals come in five flavors: Sweet & Spicy Shrimp, Orange Chicken, Sweet & Sour Chicken, Spicy Garlic Chicken and Shrimp Lomein. Each bag contains the meat, vegetables and starch for a complete meal. Also, according to the image above, they take about 14 minutes to heat up, but I’m not sure if they’re microwaveable, and they contain no MSG.

Encourage Freezer Burns or Heat Eat Review to review them.

NEWS: Braun bodycruZer Gets Rid of Unwanted Body Hair Along With Proper Capitalization and Correct Spelling

Yes, that is how Braun spells bodycruZer, which is an all-in-one men’s body groomer featuring a double-headed hair shaving beast, one of which is the popular five bladed Gillette Fusion and the other is a precision power trimmer. It’s for those who want to be Michael Phelps smooth. The bodycruZer is somewhat similar to Norelco’s Bodygroom, which I reviewed a few years ago.

The bodycruZer can be used in and out of the shower, where you decide depends on whether you enjoy clogging your shower drain with your body hair or littering your bathroom floor with your body hair. It has a rechargeable battery that can last for up 50 minutes, giving yourself plenty of time to deforest your pubic hairs. You can use either hair removal head separately or you can combine them to remove unwanted hair as efficiently and quickly as harvesting wheat.

The Braun bodycruZer includes a charging stand, three trimming combs, a hanger, travel pouch and one extra Gillette Fusion disposable blade. It’s available now and will retail for around $70-$80.

Read our review here.