The Weetabix social team are back and causing another stir on Twitter with another strange topping for the breakfast biscuit.
Earlier this month, a tweet from Weetabix went viral on Twitter as it showed a picture of the cereal topped with Heinz beans, suggesting this as a breakfast option.
This led to replies from multiple other brands including Yorkshire Tea, Simon Howie Butchers, BrewDog, Nandos and Which?
Now the brand is back tweeting another strange topping - Weetaix and cheese - to celebrate national toast day.
The tweet reads: "It might be #NationalToastDay but are you still wondering why bread should have all the fun?
@CathedralCity on Weetabix is actually where it's at these days 🧀 Brunch of champions 💪🏼 #HaveYouHadYourWeetabix"
This too has resulted in many replies from followers including other brands such as PG Tips tea and Warburtons - who've started trading cheese puns with Weetabix.
PG Tips replied: "Now you'll definitely need a cuppa to wash that down!!"
Now you'll definitely need a cuppa to wash that down!! 😳☕️ pic.twitter.com/8rI4BG4mVB
— PG tips (@PGtips) February 25, 2021
Warburtons wrote: "@CathedralCity and our Toastie loaf brie-long together" before adding: "We're getting a little feta up with your antics now @weetabix! First Beanz and now cheese... you've got to brie kidding"
Marmite added: "Add a little something dark and yeasty between the bix and the cheese and we have something superb!"
Shake Shack burger chain posted: "Why stop there? Smack our burger patty in there, slather our ShackSauce on top...At this point, the options are endless. #ReinventBreakfast #shakeshackuk"
While McVities said: "Cheese on a digestive sounds unBRIElievably good "
Replies from the public weren't as enthusiastic with one follower writing: "I think you need to give yourselves a good talking to. Weetabix and milk - excellent. Cathedral City on bread - excellent. Weetabix and cheese? Are you out of your minds?"
Another added: "Can you just please stop this. You're destroying a nation. Milk and sugar. Nothing else needed."
Some were keen to tag other brands and suggested HP sauce or Marmite be added to the combo.