I'm a little late getting to this, so you may have seen it already: a compelling article in the NYTimes called "Is Sugar Toxic?"I won't...Read More
Dave stopped into 7-Eleven last night and found the above. (What forbidden snack was Dave after in that bastion of junk food? I don’t know.)
Yes, that’s right. It’s a 2-pound Rice Krispies Treat. And, yes, it’s called a “Treats Sheet.”
According to the marketing propaganda, it’s ready-to-serve and “Great for kids’ parties and get-togethers.”
It costs $10, and the dude at 7-Eleven said he sells them mostly to stoners.
Duuuuuude. That is NOT food.
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WoW! That is beyond disgusting. Can you imagine how you would feel after eating that?? BTW, did you hear about the nutrition professor Mark Haub who went on a twinkie and snack diet to see if just reducing calories would cause a person to lose weight regardless of the food? I think he would have liked this massive Rice Krispy treat
Jeanne, I did hear about Mark Haub — and I'm still nursing the headache I got from smashing my face into my desk in frustration.
Holy Cow! Still, I loved me some Rice Krispie Treats. Had a friend who made them with double the butter and Fruti Pebbles.
I'm sorry Matt F — I just gotta say major yikes on the double butter + Fruiti Pebbles! In my former life, I would have been asking for the recipe! Oh my, how one's point of view can change, thank goodness!
Oh my, those used to be one of my favorite things on earth. I admit to trying a bit a month or two ago, so sweet I had to spit it out. But back in the day, I would have been in heaven.