Think outside the bowl.
From one silly prank to a multitude of truly innovative and delectable recipes, there’s more to cereal than meets the bowl. These bloggers have come up with some of the greatest ways to bake, sauté, fry, and freeze all of the best cereals from our childhood.
FRIED N’ GRIDDLED
Give your French toast a crunch cinnamon finish. (Photo and recipe from Cannella Vita)
Like funfetti waffles, but fruitier. (Photo and recipe from The Blonde Buckeye)
A crispier treat for breakfast. (Photo and recipe from Half Baked Harvest)
Guacamole and cereal finally makes sense. (Photo and recipe from NoshOnIt)
Golden honey chicken tenders make a protein and fiber rich snack. (Photo and recipe from Dashing Dish)
Who says cereal for dinner has to come in a bowl? (Photo and recipe from Rockin Mama)
These beautiful macarons are anything but novice. (Photo and recipe from The Novice Chef)
You can count the chocolate morsels. (Photo and recipe from The Baking Robot)
A New England favorite amped up. (Photo and Recipe from A Family Feast)
Have your charms and eat them too. (Photo and recipe from The Kitchn)
Ships ahoy all summer long. (Photo and recipe from Sift and Whisk)
Sorry kids, but these Trix martinis are for rabbits (and grownups). (Photo and recipe from Brooklyn Farm Girl)
Even the glass is coated in delicious crunch cereal. (Photo and recipe from Tablespoon)
DIY — Honorable Mentions
Even better than a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. (Photo and recipe from Cupcake Project)
The taste you can make at home. (Photo and recipe from Half Baked Harvest)
Topped with guacamole, pico de gallo, and sour cream, these seasoned Fruit Loop Tacos actually sound pretty gross. Turns out, the whole post was one fabulous April Fool’s Day joke. (Photo and recipe from The Sweet Life)
What’s your favorite throw back cereal? Any other ideas to try out?