2.15.2010

Who's ready ...

for another amazing, to-die-for recipe?

Now, I know I received absolutely no feedback concerning how wonderful my last recipe tasted ... Which might lead the average person to shy away from sharing another recipe ever again ... However, I'm 5'11" so that alone proves that average has nerve been my forte.

So, here goes round two ...

Cereal

Things you'll need:

  • Cereal: Reese's Puffs are the way to go ... just in case you were wondering. Or Lucky Charms, Froot Loops*, or Captain Crunch. Be aware that Captain Crunch can make the roof of your mouth raw. **
  • Milk: Some college students have been know to substitute this with other choice fluids [chocolate milk, orange juice, etc.]. You may not know this, but that is the only defining difference between a college student and a college graduate [oh, and some silly piece of paper the college mails you].
  • Bowl: Select a bowl that is deep enough to hold both your cereal of choice and milk.
  • Spoon: Select a spoon size according to your preference [or whatever is available].

Instructions:

1. Pour cereal contents into bowl. Be aware that often times sugary cereals have small toys in them. If so, follow these two simple steps:

a. If a toys falls into your bowl, take it out before moving on to step #2.

b. The consumer should be aware that most cereal toys are not suitable for children under the age of three. Which is a fantastic thing for all of you who read my blog, because you are over three. Congratulations, you have just obtained a fun new toy!

2. Pour desired amount of milk into bowl.

3. Use spoon to get contents from the bowl to your mouth.

4. Chew thoroughly and swallow.

*50 gold stars to anyone who knows why Froot Loops is spelled like that opposed to Fruit Loops like it originally was.

** You can really fill the bowl with any cereal of your choice. The ones list are the best though, just sayin'.

13 comments:

Mike said...

I was actually eating cereal while I was reading that post! Of course, I was following my own recipe, so I'll have to try yours sometime. I don't know why Froot Loops is spelled that way, but my guess is that it was deceptive to call them Fruit Loops when there is no fruit in them, so they changed it.

Camille said...

I HAVE BEEN DYING FOR THIS RECIPE!!!!!! thanks so much for finally sharing it with me cause I know it is a family secret!!

Meg said...

My guess on the Froot Loops spelling would be that they wanted to use the cereal in the name and needed more o's. :-) I have no idea if that is correct, but figure I might as well guess.

I think my children would like your choice of cereal. However, I no longer buy pre-sweetened cereal (specifically because of said children).

Katie said...

Hm.. I'm also going to have to say that they changed it to "froot" because some people were not wise enough to know that it does not contain actual fruit in them? I'm gonna say their was a lawsuit over it or something. Anyways, I had to laugh because I thought that it was only ME who's roof of my mouth got torn apart after eating Cap'n Crunch! It's still just too good though. Thanks for the recipe ;)

Avree said...

Thanks! I'm going to try this one at my next girls night!

steve and jessica said...

Captain crunch does make the roof of your mouth raw, but I think cookie crisp is the worst for that. Of course, you can't beat eating cookies for breakfast.

Allred Mom said...

I have been looking everywhere for this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing! I know that it is a secret recipe so I will not share without your permission!
I can hardly wait to try it!



word verification...
"disch"...Perfect word don't you think???? lol

Allison and Josh said...

What a great recipe! I will try it! :) My guess on the froot loops thing is that they were trying to get creative and since the cereal is shaped like "o's" they decided to spell it Froot Loops instead of Fruit Loops. Plus it continues the double "o's" in both words.

Mike said...

So, because I'm a nerd I did some research. Apparently, "fruit loops" are another word for freedom rings, worn by homosexuals to show their pride in their homosexuality. However, these were designed by David Spada in the early 1990s, and according to a box of Froot Loops that I found on the internet, they've been using the name "Froot Loops" since the 1960s. In fact, Wikipedia states that Froot Loops came out in 1963. So I don't think it was to escape from the association with the Gay Rights Movement, and this may be an urban legend. Do I get stars for my efforts?

steve and jessica said...

By far, one of my favorite recipies ever!

DeeAura said...

Brother Scott Robley would be so proud of you for this.

Whitney said...

OH, we love reeses puffs too!

Michelle said...

I agree with all your choices of favorite cereal! Yum.

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