Cinnamon Toast Crunch (345g)
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I love to eat breakfast cereals, but I'm not a fan of all of the calories that typically come in them. But as a responsible adult, you're trying to make better food choices . Plus, the news that breakfast cereals contain far more sugar than experts recommend may have put a damper on your old morning routine.Manufacturers can call it brown sugar, maple syrup, or even caramel color, but at the end of the day it’s all sugar. And while we may know that high fructose corn syrup and dextrose aren't good for us, what about something more obscure like muscovado or maltol? (Yup, those are just a couple of other not-so obvious names for sugar.) This low calorie cereal is filled with cinnamon sugar flavor and it has the same texture as any crunchy "normal" cereal has. Honestly, you won't be able to tell the difference between this healthy cereal and regular Cinnamon Toast Crunch! If you’re using a regular oven, cook at 375°F (190°C). For more information, see this Guide to Knowing Your Oven.
A good rule of thumb to keep in mind if altering the recipe: Use only up to three-quarters of the amount of liquid called for, and then add more if needed to get the same consistency as what’s called for in the recipe. Yes, you can make this cereal gluten-free by swapping out the all-purpose flour for a gluten-free type. See our Guide to the Best Gluten-Free Flours for options. Cantor, Matthew (24 March 2021). "Man claims to find sugar-coated shrimp tails in his box of cereal". The Guardian.Still can't beat that cinnamon cereal craving? We don't blame you. As we said earlier, we don't believe you should ever compromise your health for taste or convenience. Next, most everyone is home right now. Many of you are home with your kids and they are bored. I don’t personally have kids, but I have my little sister, Asher, visiting me often…and she is bored. Asher’s favorite cereal? Cinnamon Toast Crunch…though she’s never had the boxed kind. My parents just don’t buy that stuff anymore (correction – Asher says she has had it at her cousins in Cleveland). But I’ve made this homemade version before and Asher has always loved it. When I told her what I was making on Sunday, her eyes widened with excitement and we had a lot of fun baking this together. So, my point? This is a great recipe to bake up if you have bored kids at home.