Monday, November 2, 2009

Cheeze N Cracker Crisp - The cereal made with real Wisconsin cheese!

Editor's note: This is the second installment in a 12-part series on sandwich cookies and other assorted sandwich-like snack items.

Remember Cookie Crisp? How 'bout Oreo O's? These were cereals founded on the seemingly delicious premise of cookies floating in milk. Yes, it sounds like a good idea, but I was never all that into it. Probably because I don't have much of a sweet tooth. I'm the type of person who would rather have my birthday candles stuck in meatloaf than sheet cake. I guess you could say I pitch my tent in the savory camp.

So when the time came for me to create my own cereal for home consumption, I thought long and hard about what's missing in the modern cereal aisle. Believe you me, there are a lot of cereals out there. Which makes it all the more remarkable that no one else beat me to this idea. Are you ready? No? How 'bout now? OK, here it is... Cheeze N Cracker Crisp, yes, made with real Wisconsin cheese.

350% calcium daily value per serving.

You know that feeling after you eat some cheese and crackers and all you want is a tall glass of milk to wash it down? It's like you can't have one without the other. And that's what makes Cheeze N Cracker Crisp so perfect. It's what you've always wanted in a cereal. You just didn't know it until now.


orangek8 said...

I've tried a similar experiment. It failed. I hoped it would be delicious but it was DISGUSTING:

Dan Lurie said...

Nice Orange K8! Now I have to come clean. Unlike you, I still haven't tried my savory cereal. I had to throw it out because the crackers got all soggy during the photo shoot. I just assumed it was delicious, but the results of your 2006 experiment are making me think twice about pouring another bowl.

orangek8 said...

Definitely don't do it!

Brian Woz said...

try it with Buttermilk.

AaronS said...

Please do consider an entry on "Chicken in a Biskit" crackers. Although not technically a sandwich, it's similar in that you have Chicken and "Biskits" combined into one, thus elevating the deliciousness of each individual ingredient.