I don't get out a lot. I kinda hate myself for having to type that. But, it's true. I leave the house mainly for 2 reasons. Reason #1 is to go to work and read piles of operative reports on post-masectomy breast reconstruction, skin cancer removals, and drunkards that busted their noses in bar fights or stuck their hands in power equipment. Reason #2 is to go to the grocery store. I find the grocery store to have an almost grounding effect, even though some days I can't seem to take two steps without getting in the way of some asshat obviously in a huge hurry to buy Preparation H and BBQ Pringles.
My weekly grocery store trip has become somewhat cumbersome recently as I've been buying the same shit now over and over. In January I had gastric sleeve surgery, removing most of my stomach, so some days I'm completely disenchanted with food. One can only consume so much greek yogurt and string cheese before going mad.
Enter Breakfast S'mores.
Now there's something to get excited about. My husband is a s'mores enthusiast, as well as a waffle and Toaster Streudel enthusiast, so this was a double whammy. A good double whammy. Like a Nutella and Fluff sandwich.
I still think it's a little early to put out "seasonal" S'mores goodies, though.
Unfortunately I didn't get an overwhelming "s'more" taste from either of these products. The Toaster Strudel was lacking any sort of graham flavor, and the waffle didn't have much flavor of any of the components. It may have just been me, though. I'm told there's a chance my tastebuds have changed. I don't notice any difference, but I won't negate the possibility.
Thankfully a secondary taste-tester appeared, like a Caterpie in a field of endless grass. I'm not sure how much you can trust a review from someone who's never eaten a real s'more before, but she stuck her hand in frosting and then downed half a waffle. Actually, I'm pretty sure I saw her trying to dip waffle pieces in the little globs of frosting that dripped on the paper plate.
The waffles were a bit of a disappointment to me. Maybe it's because there wasn't any "gooey" factor. The Strudels were okay, but what's a s'more with no graham flavor? Honestly, the Pop-Tart S'more is still the big man on breakfast. I'm not sure anything will come along to beat it, unless they come up with some sort of S'mOreo. I should really pitch the S'mOreo to Nabisco. Ugh. Someone is going to make a lot of money off that idea, and I'll be kicking myself from here to Alderaan.