As the royal nuptials took place early in the morning stateside,
Kellogg’s invited some NYC-based royal fanatics to the ultimate breakfast & viewing party
– complete with edible gold & cereal box fascinator hats!
Kellogg’s is a proud royal warrant holder,
meaning they’ve had the privilege to be the
official cereal provider of the royal household for three monarchs.
For the event,
Kellogg’s has teamed up with former royal chef Darren McGrady
to craft a celebratory, multicourse breakfast
that helps cereal lovers reimagine the breakfast staple & elevate the watch party experience.
Following 15 years of service to the royal household,
Chef Darren McGrady is known for helping home chefs entertain with a royal touch.
For those who weren’t able to celebrate with us,
wow your guests at home any day with their DIY recipes
& how-to videos for cereal-inspired fascinator creations.
Having lived in London,
scones with clotted cream became my instant favorite!
With tea of course!
Chef’s inspiration for the Crown Bowl is the
Queen’s love for Special K,
peaches from the royal garden,
& chocolate ganache from the Queen’s birthday cake!
Chef McGrady serving milk & chocolate sauce for my Special Krown
I asked Chef McGrady what is his favorite if he can only choose one
& he chose the Imperial Pudding.
And I & my friends would agree that this is our favorite!
I had to have an autograph from him!
Fun Fact: This was Princess Diana’s favorite dessert!
Harry’s favorite cake in push-pop form!
Chef’s version of #HarryAndMeghan’s wedding cake
Did I say edible gold?
cereal-inspired fascinator creations
And what is a Royal affair without fascinators?!
Kelly Dempsey, former contestant on Season 14 of Lifetime’s Project Runway,
showed us how to create a cereal box fascinator hat with a regal twist.
Me & my friends wearing black “mourning”
because we no longer have a chance with Prince Harry. LOL
Download the patterns of fascinators here.
To make my Raisin Bran fascinator, click here.
To make Kelly Dempsey’s Special K fascinator, click here.
To make my friend’s Corn Flake fascinator, click here.
Click here on how to make this.
Hope you enjoyed watching the Royal Wedding as much as we did,
Peace & love,