Bay Yoda took the world by storm in 2019 – and it looks as though he doesn’t plan on going anywhere any time soon. If you’re missing your fix of the adorable addition, then you’re in luck, it turns out that Baby Yoda cereal is soon to become a real thing. Who knew breakfast could get this good?
Taking The World By Storm
2019 felt like you couldn’t move thanks to the addition of one new character: Baby Yoda. The character appears as a part of the TV series ‘The Mandalorian,’ and fans were more than happy with the addition. Some people thought he was so adorable they could just eat him up. Little did we know that would one day become a reality – and there’s not much longer to wait.
The New Breakfast Addition
There was no other day than Star Wars Day – May 4 – to announce the cereal plans. General Mills shared that they would soon be bringing Baby Yoda cereal to life at some point in the summer. The cereal would feature sweet corn puffs surrounded by green marshmallows all in the shape of Baby Yoda. Now, we can finally put the Baby Yoda bowl, spoon, placemat, tumbler, and just about everything else to good use by welcoming him to breakfast, too.
An Aisle Near You
Many fans have been on the edge of their seat ever since the announcement, and it looks as though the time is finally here. Baby Yoda cereal is set to hit the shelves in late-July. It will start out at Sam’s Club before moving to Walmart, too, where it’s believed a box of two bags will cost $5.98.
Just when you thought breakfast couldn’t get any better, Baby Yoda cereal goes and fills a hole we never knew existed. Be right back. We’re just off to wait in line.
Costa Rica has so much more to offer than its splendid beaches, waterfalls, and endless greenery. Home to incredibly vast biodiversity, the country uses its unique plants and fruits to create mouthwatering beverages. While there, you simply must try some of its traditional drinks which you can’t find anywhere else in the world.
1. Agua Dulce — the Traditional Breakfast Drink in Costa Rica
Made from hardened sugar cane extract (in the picture above), agua dulce is a traditional breakfast drink in Costa Rica. It is a hot beverage made by heating milk or boiling water and adding tapa de dulce for sweetness. The extract is typically found in a cup-shaped mold which locals use for hardening the liquid sugar syrup.
2. Resbaladera — From the Northern Parts of Costa Rica
Although Costa Rica is famous for its flavorful coffee, there’s much more to its iconic list of beverages than you might think. The so-called Resbaladera is a unique creamy drink made with barley, sugar, rice, vanilla, cinnamon, cloves, milk, water, and nutmeg. It takes a few steps to prepare, but the result is more than worth it. If you’re there, you can just order it in the nearest café. You won’t regret it.
3. Jugo de tamarindo — a Must-Try
Served chilled, this refreshing drink is made from tamarind, a tree that produces sweet-sour bean-like fruits. When the fruits are ripe, the juice from them has a paste-like consistency that is squeezed from the pods, boiled in sugar and water, and then put through a strainer to remove the fibers and seeds. The juice is then chilled and served. It’s incredibly rich in antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties that are believed to help prevent heart disease and even cancer.
Other popular drinks in Costa Rica include Chan, Batidos, and Chili guaro. Many of these beverages have a local spin on the original recipe based on the region you’re visiting.