The Best Desserts to Make with Your Favorite Cereal
You won't find Lucky Charms in the baking aisle, but that doesn't mean it's not a great ingredient for your next dessert.
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Midwesterners know that no party is complete without a big bowl of puppy chow. This easy treat is ready in just 15 minutes and calls for a mere four ingredients—including Chex cereal. Find more amazing Midwest recipes here.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch
Blogger Shared Appetite has managed to capture our love of no-bake cheesecakes and combine it with our deep appreciation of cinnamon-flavored cereal. With a Cinnamon Toast Crunch crust and cute little garnish on top, these mini desserts will bring joy to any get-together.
Capture the flavor of your favorite summertime treat all year round. These simple bars combine chocolate, marshmallows and Golden Grahams for a s’mores-inspired treat—no messy campfire required. We love these other twists on s’mores, too.
We sure hope to find this rainbow cereal in the banana stand! Our no-bake Fruity Pebbles banana pops make a great summer dessert, especially if you’re looking for a fun and healthy option to create with the kids. We tested name-brand vs. generic cereals.
Spruce up your cereal bars with a childhood favorite: Cheerios. For extra crunch, add a cup of roasted peanuts to the mix.
There’s nothing more satisfying than a cookie with crunch, so when we spotted this gem from The Recipe Rebel, we knew we had to try it. Combining two of the most sacred ingredients on this earth—white chocolate and Lucky Charms—you hit the ultimate gold mine of flavor.
The flavor for this cheerful cake from Sweetest Menu comes from milk that’s been steeped in Froot Loops—a concept inspired by Christina Tosi’s Milk Bar in New York. Check out her jaw-dropping birthday cake recipe here.
Loaded with white-chocolate covered pretzels, marshmallows, white chocolate chips and a hearty serving of Cap’n Crunch, these browned butter bars leave us drooling every time they pop up.
Honey Bunches of Oats
You’ve tried cereal in cookies, bars, and milkshakes—it’s time to start experimenting with bread. Specifically this banana bread recipe from Three Little Ferns, which combines Honey Bunches of Oats with one of our favorite dessert staples.