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How to Use Up Leftover Cereal
It typically happens in most households - the bottom contents of a cereal box is usually abandoned or never finished by someone. This can happen for several reasons, from not enough for a bowl to the amount of crushed cereal/sugar is overpowered by any "real" pieces left. Instead of tossing food away, there's different and creative ways to maximize the entire box, including the leftovers.
Integrate them into sundaes.Make the cereal either as your main ingredient or as a topping. Any cereal nicely accommodates yogurt in a bowl and a sweet breakfast treat as well. If you're planning on using it as the main ingredient, try putting it in layers with yogurt to get equal amounts in each bite.
Use them with desserts or snacks.Try to match sweet desserts with the cereal flavors, for example, chocolate cereal on a chocolate cake.
Substitute it for breadcrumbs.Cornflakes or bran cereals are great examples. Place the cereal into a small snack or sandwich sized plastic zipped bag. Use a rolling pin to crush it into crumbs; you can also have a kid mash the contents as well. After dipping the food into the egg wash, dip it into the cereal before baking/cooking. These "cereal breadcrumbs" can be used as a covering for just about anything, including crab cakes, chicken, or a casserole topping.
Avoid tossing the sugar away.If you use raisins or pecans in muffins, roll them around the cereal sugar in a small bowl. This helps out in the recipe because the ingredients won't sink to the bottom of the dessert while baking.
- If the cereal is too stale to do anything with it, it's still edible for the birds to eat.
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