Advertising from Kelloggs Leads to Great Bacon Burger

September 23, 2008 12:01 pm Published by 5 Comments

While reading an email in Gmail from staff writer Mike Kirsch (read his articles), an interesting ad appeared on the right side of the page. Here’s the ad:

The ad was compelling, but unfortunately it only took us to the home page of the Rice Krispies site. At first I was going to claim false advertising, but decided to give Kellogg’s the benefit of the doubt and dig a bit deeper. A simple search of “bacon” on the Rice Krispies site gave me a gem of a recipe:

Beef and Bacon Burgers

What??? A Bacon Burger recipe with Kellogg’s Rice Krispies? It’s great to see such a clever matchup of breakfast cereal and nature’s meat candy. My mouth is watering just looking at that savory photograph. Well done Kellogg’s!

We’ll definitely have to give this recipe a try here at Bacon Today.

–Mr. B.


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  • Jeff says:

    I’m going to make this tonight – looking forward to it. Thanks!

  • Mike Kirsch says:

    Jeff, please be sure to take some pictures and send then in once you’ve made the burger. We just have to know if it is as good as it looks in the pictures.

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