How many boxes of open cereal are in your cupboard right now? If you have kids, I’m sure you have more than one! We have five, and that’s pretty average. Because in our house, we all like something different, and we all like to have a choice or two available. The dilemma is, when you want to keep your daily flavors fresh, how do you make sure it all gets eaten while it’s still fresh?
Kelloggs.com/GreatStartsTips has you covered with today’s #Great Starts tip: Bottom of the Box Recipes. I needed an idea to use up the last bit of our Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal, and found the recipe for these Apple and Spice cookies.
They were a huge hit, and I always love baking when it’s cold out. This crazy Michigan snow had us indoors all weekend (except to run the snowblower) and it’s always cozy to fill your house with wonderful smells and the warmth from the oven on a day like that. And yes, that is about 14 inches of snow on our deck in the background, there. Brrr.
here are lots of recipes on the Tips For a Great Start site available to try out using almost any amount of Kellogg’s cereals. Bottom of the Box recipes ensure that food doesn’t go to waste, and it keeps variety in your family’s meals and snacks. (Plus, you won’t have to hear “Mom, there’s nothing to eeeeat!”) There are recipes for both snacks and hearty main course dishes using the cereals you already have in your cupboard.
You can visit Kelloggs.com/GreatStartsTips for more recipe inspiration using the bottom of your box (or boxes)!
Kellogg’s® believes that From Great Starts Comes Great Things. So we’re helping Moms start every day with a tip from the top athletes of Team Kellogg’s and Team USA dieticians. The thirty days leading up to the Opening Ceremony at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games will each feature a fun piece of advice to help families stay fuel just like the like the athletes of Team Kellogg’s™. To see all 30 tips, visit Kelloggs.com/GreatStartsTips.
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