Cereal is probably one of my favorite breakfasts that can get me all kinds of vitamins and milk into my body in one setting quickly. (which is why I like it)
Although my favorite is CoCo Puffs (which probably isn’t good for me other than vitamins in it and the milk I ingest along with it), there’s a better, more natural way to make your own breakfast cereal as red velvet girl explains in her blog:
In a large bowl combine: puffs, nuts and dried fruit. Drizzle maple syrup over cereal and mix well so that most cereal pieces get at least a little maple syrup coasting. Generously sprinkle brown sugar over the cereal. Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper (or aluminum foil) and spread cereal over sheet evenly.
Bake at 250 F for 10-12 minutes. Enjoy with milk and maybe some hot chai tea. Store remaining cereal in a gallon size zip lock bag. Other cereal add in ideas: bran cereal pieces, oats, mini marshmallows, sprinkles, other chopped nuts or dried fruit pieces, etc.
See, I didn’t know you could “bake” those rice/wheat puffs, sounds like a healthy way to start your day. Don’t you think so?