Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. Do you have a blog that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.I’ve been thinking about DIY breakfast cereal lately.
While making homemade bran flakes won’t fit on my to-do list anytime soon, adding fruit and nuts procured elsewhere delivers quite the ROI.
With that in mind, I searched the blogosphere to see what kind of breakfast blogs existed and the golden clusters of information they might serve up. This venture was fruitful.
Cerealously is a perfect resource for those times you find yourself overwhelmed by choice in the cereal aisle.
We’ve all been there — there are hundreds of options!
Cerealously’s reviews are thorough and honest, delivered with the gusto of a true connoisseur.
Some posts that I found seriously interesting include Review: Malt-O-Meal & Coldstone Creamery Birthday Cake Remix Cereal, News: Wild Berry Froot Loops, Banana Raisin Bran, & Vanilla Latte Mini-Wheats!, and Review: Trader Joe’s Crunchy Cinnamon Squares Cereal Milk Chocolate Bar.
Follow @cerealouslynet on Twitter.
If you like to be ahead of the curve and in-the-know when it comes to industry trends, The Breakfast Bowl dishes up projections and analysis of the cereal vector of the super market.
From getting the scoop on Pumpkin Spice Frosted Flakes to theories behind the hiring and firing of Lucky Charms marshmallows, this blog dives to the bottom of the bowl. The cereal reviews also are thorough, accounting for texture, taste, and nutritional value.
Follow @breakfast_bowl on Twitter.
In the quest to find DIY cereal inspiration, I stumbled upon i am a food blog.
While cereal for breakfast is more my speed right now, a grown up can dream, right? The backburnered foodie in me swooned over its Hong Kong Bubble Waffles and the how-to for Sous Vide eggs.
This award-winning blog offers more than breakfast recipes and might inspire you to carve out time on a Saturday for quality time in the kitchen.
Here are some particularly motivating posts: Tater Tot Breakfast Bowl, Challah Tipsy Cake, How to Sous Vide Eggs, Sunday Brunch: Hong Kong Bubble Waffle Recipe, and Tokyo Food Guide: Where to Eat Fluffy Japanese Pancakes in Tokyo.
Follow @iamafoodblog on Instagram.
Spinach for Breakfast is the kind of blog that is just aspirational enough for the day-to-day. Brought to you by two sisters, Alyssa and Maria Tosoni, this blog serves up inspired, but manageable breakfast recipes for the days you need something extra nourishing and can reach beyond the cereal box.
Follow @spinach4bfast on Twitter.
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Wendy Minter is a manager of Customer Content Services at PR Newswire. Follow her on Instagram.