Hey you. Yeah you. Put down the bowl for a sec and listen up.
We've got the cure for your munchies. And we're not talking about a peanut butter and Doritos sandwich.
If for some reason you happen to find yourself in the middle of Times Square and a creepy guy in an Elmo suit is approaching you while you're tripping hard AF, chill out and make your way down to the Kellogg's NYC cafe on 48th and 7th.
According to Eater NY, the trendy cafe offering sophisticated cereal bowls is about to add some crazy items to their menu to satisfy your cannabis-fueled cravings.
The creations are inspired by a 3-week Pop-tart Cafe pop-up that ended just a few weeks ago. Some of the items were so popular that Kellog's decided to add them to their menu permanently.
Get yourself ready, these treats are wild.
So Pop-tart milkshakes are now a thing. Their most popular one is "Dem Cookies, Dough”, featuring a chocolate chip cookie dough Pop-Tart, vanilla ice cream, cookie dough, milk, whipped cream, finished off with a chocolate drizzle.
In case that doesn't end up in a sugar-induced coma, you can also order a sandwich filled with toasted marshmallows, graham crackers, and chocolate stuffed between two Eggo waffles. Pretty much smores without having to start a campfire. Lit.
As if that wasn't outrageous enough, the cafe plans to feature a different special each month with the first one being a New York-themed classic: the hotdog. But this is no regular hotdog, fam. The "sausage" is shaped out of Cocoa Krispies, vanilla latte-flavored Pop-tarts and marshmallow.
It's then topped with vanilla frosting that resembles mustard and green gummy bears that resemble relish. You didn't think they'd put that into a normal hotdog bun, did you? The bun is made out of a bowtie doughnut. Dope.
After "New York", the cafe plans to create specials for Asian, Italian, and classic Jewish cuisines.
With our favorite holiday, 4/20 of course, coming up we think we've found the perfect spot to hit after the *ahem* festivities. Light one up for us, fellow stoners.[via Eater NY] [Feature Image Courtesy Eater NY]