Swap cereal crumbs for breadcrumbs when coating proteins like chicken and fish.
This classic kid-favorite gets a mini makeover. The cornflakes add crunch to these chicken fingers without having to fry them.
Your family will flip for this simple, 7-ingredient supper.
No more frozen fish sticks! This bran-coated fillet will have diners clamoring for seconds.
Cereal adds a new dimension to your favorite sweet treats.
A mini version of everyone's favorite 3-ingredient treat is guaranteed to please.
Rice cereal gives these soft chocolate cookies just the right amount of crunch.
Peanut butter, bran cereal, and dried cranberries make for a breakfast bar that's nutritious and sweet.
Sprinkle cereal on top of casseroles, salads, and desserts for a sweet and savory crunch.
Cornflakes add the crunch in this aptly-named dish.
Dress up this anytime turkey and apple salad with crunchy glazed cereal clusters.
Even the kids can make this no-bake dessert. Just put canned peaches in a dish and top with granola and yogurt.
More Creative Ways to Cook with Cereal
- Use ground cereal crumbs in place of graham cracker crumbs as the base for a delectable pie crust.
- Add a nutritional kick to burgers and meatballs by mixing All-Bran cereal in with the meat.
- Snap, Crackle and Pop may have been the first to star in the much-loved marshmallow treats, but don't forget about Corn Pops, Fruit Loops, and Apple Jacks. These kid-pleasing cereals make colorful and delicious squares when swapped in for Rice Krispies.
- Mix your favorite cereal with nuts and dried fruits for a simple, homemade trail mix.
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