I’m making cereal. And it goes great with any kind of milk, almond, coconut—or just have it solo. If you remember Corn Pops, you’ll recognize these. Or if you prefer, it’s just like Gorilla Munch, only you can tone down the sweetness. A lot.
This snack is becoming addictive too. I’ve started munching on it any time of day, but it’s hard to stop because it’s kind of like eating sweet, crunchy air.
I used Nature’s Path Corn Puffs, and I’m also using their puffed brown rice and puffed millet to make a similar batch of crunchy cereal using this recipe. So this recipe will work with any puffed grain, which gives you lots of options.
I use this recipe to make a mixture of several puffed grains, along with sunflower seeds and slivered almonds. I love it, but the kids are still stuck on just the puffy stuff. If you do want to try adding nuts, use about 1/8 cup of slivered almonds and 1/8 cup of sunflower seeds.