What can I do with old Cheerios?
15 Recipes to Make With Cheerios
- Cereal Chocolate Chip Cookies.
- Apple Cinnamon Pancakes.
- Cheerios™ Maple Syrup Balls.
- Porcupine Meatballs.
- Chocolate-Banana Bread.
- Gluten Free No Bake Honey Nut Cereal Bars.
- Cheerios* Pumpkin Muffins.
- Cheerios* Lemon Dessert.
Can I add honey to Cheerios?
If you (or your kids) prefer sweetened cereal, but you want to keep the sugar to minimum, try starting with plain Cheerios (which have 0 grams of sugar) and adding just enough honey until they are a sweetness that you like.
What holds a granola bar together?
Honey and brown sugar help make a glue for the bars. The honey and brown sugar really helps with keeping the bars together. Chocolate chips added to the mixture help, too. We add some to the granola mixture while it is still warm.
What can I add to Cheerios?
Try adding a scoop of nut butter to your Cheerios. The extra protein will fill you up and keep you satisfied until lunch. Grab natural almond butter at the store or make your own peanut butter for even better flavor.
Are Cheerios like oatmeal?
A. Oatmeal, particularly the slow-cooked kind, is generally healthier than Cheerios. Both are made from whole oats, but the difference comes down to processing. Both oatmeal and Cheerios are whole grains, which puts them ahead of cereals like Corn Flakes and Special K, in which the bran and germ have been removed, Dr.
How do you make Cheerios better?
What can I add to my Cheerios?
What are bad things about Honey Nut Cheerios?
For example, 1 cup (35 grams) of Honey Nut Cheerios contains 12 grams of sugar — a whopping 12 times as much sugar as the plain variety ( 9 ). Excess sugar intake is linked to an increased risk of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.