Kellogg’s cinnamon sugar flavored Rice Krispies Treats

Kellogg’s cinnamon sugar flavored Rice Krispies Treats

To capture the magic of homemade treats and cinnamon sugar sweets, Snap Crackle and Pop created an all-new snack complete with fluffy marshmallows, golden butter and a sprinkle of warm cinnamon: Rice Krispies Treats HOMESTYLE Cinnamon Sugar.

New Rice Krispies Milk Chocolate Rabbit, Apple Jacks White Candy Rabbit, and Rice Krispies Milk Chocolate Eggs

New Rice Krispies Milk Chocolate Rabbit, Apple Jacks White Candy Rabbit, and Rice Krispies Milk Chocolate Eggs

Just in time for Easter, Frankford Candy, the leader in the licensed confections and gifts industry, and Kellogg’s are teaming up to bring two family favorite Kellogg’s cereals to the Easter candy aisle with the launch of three new treats. The new Rice Krispies Milk Chocolate Rabbit, Apple Jacks White Candy Rabbit and Rice Krispies Milk Chocolate Eggs are available now for a limited time at retailers nationwide and online.

Rice Krispies: Amplified sounds of snap, crackle and pop

Rice Krispies: Amplified sounds of snap, crackle and pop

Here is another invention in a long list of products that we do not need in our everyday lives. Artist and designer Dominic Wilcox just wanted to make some noise with his latest invention. He invented a cereal bowl that amplifies the sound of Rice Krispies when they snap, crackle, and pop. Sir, you got our attention!

Who created Rice Krispies Treats?

Who created Rice Krispies Treats?

Can you believe that Rice Krispies Treats have only been introduced commercially on 15 January 1995 by Kellogg’s?
The original recipe was created by Kellogg’s employees, Malitta Jensen and Mildred Day in 1939. Since then mothers and other companies made the treat till Kellogg’s decided to mass market the treats.