From the cronut king comes what might be the unhealthiest breakfast of the year. But we’d still eat it… (Niko Triantafillou/DessertBuzz.com)

Fifteen bucks may seem like a lot to pay for some breakfast cereal, but do your cheap bowls of Fiber One or Cheerios come with “meringue kisses?” Oh, what’s that? They come with heart-healthy ingredients and a bunch of vitamins? Well then, good thing this Blog Log covers three other items that won’t make your dentist cringe.

“I couldn’t do that for breakfast, but it sounds like the most amazing midnight snack ever.” — commenter justjoan at newyork.seriouseats.com suggests that cronut inventor Dominique Ansel’s latest creation — a sugary cereal — is the late-night snack of champions. The cereal, which goes for $15, contains chocolate-covered puffed rice, cinnamon-flavored meringue bites, spiced hazelnuts and sugar brittle. (Don’t forget to brush your teeth.)

“Being unseen by motion sensors. The events would mostly be running into self-opening doors, and waving your hands in front of paper towel dispensers for three minutes.” — redditor Zealotjam at reddit.com answers the hypothetical question, “If literally every action a human can perform was an Olympic sport, which events would you win medals in?”

“I plan a happy hour at work with lots of exclamation points in the invite, then go sit in the bathroom in the dark for 5 minutes cause I need some alone time.” — blogger MA at diaryofadepressedextrovert.com introduces herself to the D.C. blogosphere by describing how she manages two sides of her personality. Outwardly, MA says, she is extremely bubbly, while inwardly, she admits, she suffers from depression. MA promises, however, to blog less about depression and more about humanity. And pizzerias.

“When I attend funerals my camera stays home.” — Shannon Finney at imjustsaying-shannonphotogal.blogspot.com comments on taking photographs at funerals and memorial services a day after President Barack Obama was seen taking a selfie with two other heads of state at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service Tuesday. What do you think about “selfie-gate?” Let us know by commenting here or tweeting your thoughts to @WaPoExpress.