Honey Nut Cheerios have nuts in them. I read somewhere that they didn’t, but maybe I actually made a mistake in nutrition label-checking—which is weird, because I consider myself a bit of a pro nowadays.
Anyways, I’d like to eventually be able to make cereal, but it looks a bit tougher than making crackers or bread, so that’s a ways away. (It’s amazing what you can find on the Internet, from complex cookie recipe development tutorials to posts explaining exactly how different flours work.)
I really like eating cereal plain (i.e. without milk) a lot, and Honey Nut Cheerios taste great without milk—they’re sweet all on their own, and that’s one bowl less rice milk I use.
(Plus, I just like dry cereal, like, a lot.)
Mmm, warm honey!
1-Minute Honey Nut-Free Cheerios
Prep time: [preptime pt=2M]2 minutes
Cook time: [cooktime pt=1M]1 minute
Makes [recipey yield=1]
- [ing]1-½ tsp honey[/ing]
- [ing]1 cup Cheerios[/ing]
- Pour honey in microwavable bowl for approximately 10-14 seconds, depending on your microwave. Remove from microwave as soon as soon as it begins to boil.
- Quickly stir in Cheerios and mix well.
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