Who didn’t grow up eating Rice Krispie Treats and Chex Mix? I know, for me, there was nothing tastier than a quick-and-easy homemade treat. Here are five more great recipes to make good cereals into great snacks!
These simple-yet-delicious bars are filling and delicious. And the best part? No baking is required, making them a quick fix for an on-the-go snack.
Cookies made from cereal? Why’d I never think of this? It’s genius! These cookies are breaded in cornflakes, making them crunchy and delicious. Though these require baking, they’re still fun and creative.
Wheaties are supposed to be the healthy, big kid cereal, right? Not when made like this. This is a truly simple recipe, but it yields a delicious treat. All you need is chocolate, milk, and cereal, and you’re good to go! (And, hey, it can probably work with a whole bunch of different cereals, but it’s more fun to use Wheaties — just the name seems oxymoronic!)
This is possibly the most colorful snack mix I’ve ever seen. And finally — something that makes the cereal part of Lucky Charms taste good! (I mean, really, the only point of Lucky Charms is to pick out the marshmallows.) This mix is fun and bright and great for munchin’!
5. Puppy Chow
Puppy Chow is possibly the most delicious thing I’ve ever made. If you like crunchy gobs of peanut butter and chocolate, sprinkled with powdered sugar (and possibly magic), then you’ll love this mix. It’s easy and fun to make, and does not require an oven or any baking expertise. Five-year-olds can make Puppy Chow (in fact, they often do).
Do you have a favorite cereal-snack, Lovelies?