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Thursday, February 18, 2010 |
Cheerios... They are no longer just a breakfast cereal folks! :) In the days before I used grocery smarts I would rarely try recipes that I was not certain my family would like. Since I am now able to pick items up for cents I am much more willing to try new things. Here are some recipe ideas you can use if you stocked up on the Cheerios for .99 at Smiths this week.
One of the easiest ways to use Cheerios if you maybe "stocked up" a little to heavily, is that they can be crushed up and used as a substitute for bread crumbs in many recipes-such as in meatballs or other things that use breadcrumbs as a binder.

If you are looking for something fun to do with the kids while we have stormy weather today you could try one of the following two ideas. The nutritional information as well as more great ideas for the first two recipes listed here can be found on

Cheerios Frozen Bananas

4 Firm Ripe Bananas
8 Flat Wooden Sticks with Round Ends

1 to 2 containers (6 oz each) Yoplait Thick and Creamy Yogurt (any flavor)

3 cups Cheerios

Cover Cookie Sheet with waxed paper.
Peel bananas; cut bananas crosswise in half. Insert stick into cut end
Roll banana in yogurt, then in cereal to coat. Place on cookie sheet and freeze for about 1 hour.
Wrap each banana in plastic wrap or foil. Store in Freezer.

Cheerios Teddy Bear

click here for recipe.

"Peanutty Caralmel Bars"

These sound good and its only 7:30 am! I LOVE chocolate and peanut butter!
Click here for the recipe

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