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Breakfast cereal recipes made into scrumptious desserts because WE CAN (20 Photos)

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Thinking outside the CEREAL box (20 photos + recipes)

Before you toss those Twinkies, Milanos, or Nature Valley granola bars into your shopping cart, consider that these (and many other) supermarket treats can easily be made at home. Keep reading for DIY takes on these, plus 56 other snacks and sweets.

So my kids LOVE those Nutrigrain cereal bars with the chewy jelly-type filling (oatmeal type crust) - though I buy the Great Value brand at Walmart. I've been searching for a recipe to try making them ourselves (no artificial junk) Gonna try this!

General Mills is Resurrecting the Yummy Mummy and the Frute Brute - OMFG I just bought some Fruit Brute from my local grocers - I thought I was hallucinating, sweet childhood memories!!!

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Quinoa Granola with Olive Oil and Maple Syrup

I'm usually not keen on breakfast cereals- the ones with wheat in leave that nasty bloated feeling and the ones without usually aren't very satisfying. However this was a really lovely yummy breakf...

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Cheerios Cookies

I LOVE this dough raw!! ;) This recipe is easily cut in half. I have also made them with Crispix cereal (I was out of Cheerios) and added a handful of Mounds Coconut to them... really good either way!

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Chex Mix My Way

Chex Mix My Way. "I use Crispex cereal because it both rice and corn Chex so I only have to buy one box to make the mix. I also have increased the 'sauce' by about 50% compared to the original Chex Mix recipe for a little added zip. We have come to prefer double seasoning. Those amounts are in the parenthesis." Author: Marg (CaymanDesigns)

Another food to avoid at night if you're watching your weight is cereal. Cereal is so hard to just eat one serving of, which is only 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup with most brands. At night, it is so comforting to eat, but in my experience, one bowl turns into two, then three, then before you know it, you might as well finish the box! Avoid cereal at night and if you really must buy it, just eat it in the morning, and only eat one bowl.