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What a great way to use up all those opened boxes of cereal that accumulate in my pantry. I used Honey Bunches of Oats with Almonds, which made for some very chewy muffins. I definitely will be using this recipe a lot. Thanks for the great idea.

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emily hauer May 13, 2006

Made this recipe for the first time today & they turned out REALLY salty. Not what I was expecting. I used Honey Bunches of Oats. If I make these again I will cut the salt in half, add some cinnamon & maybe some orange flat icing. Love the idea of using up left over cereal that's been in my pantry a while. Thanks for the recipe.

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Callen78 March 21, 2013

These muffin were a hit. I did let my ceral soke in the milk about 20 min before I add the rest. And they were good the nest day too!!

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gaylemiller February 01, 2011

I'm eating my 3rd one in a row right now. I used All Bran Wheat Flakes and I replaced all the oil with unsweetened applesauce. They came out really good. I added pumpkin pie spice to some of them and those tasted really good too. Thanks for the great recipe! I tried eating them 2 days later and they were really awful.

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T!Van January 25, 2008

I made these today with raspberry and blueberry granola plus I added about 1/2 cup of dried berries. They are so good! And they smell so yummy while they are baking. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Tinat51796 June 25, 2007

I thought these were very good! I used blueberry-raspberry granola and they were very hearty. I really want to try these with a sugary cereal like fruit loops or frosted flakes! Yum! Thanks!

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SweetySJD June 23, 2007

I like these but I guess I was expecting something different. I used a fruit & fibre cereal and they aren't real sweet, which in a way is a good thing. I think they tasted better when they cooled down. I'll probably make these again, but perhaps use a different cereal such as bran flakes and soak some raisins in the liquid for a bit before mixing in the dry to soften them up a bit more.

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CulinaryQueen February 03, 2007

Excellent! I used a cup of Special K and a cup of partially crushed Cheerios ( I was cleaning out some near empty boxes of cereal). They came out nice. Next time I will add some dried apricots or raisins as well. I was worried they would not be sweet enough but it was fine. I can put jam or preserves on to sweeten them up if I want. I am freezing 1/2 for later. Thanks littleturtle!

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Cookie16 November 11, 2006

I would've given this a 5=star because of the flavor alone, but when I removed them out of the pan as indicated, they fell apart into a crumbly mess. Otherwise, they tasted GREAT! I used Post's Selects Great Grains, raisins/dates/pecan cereal.

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Biasi4 November 28, 2005

These turned out excellent here. I think the choice of cereal could make a big difference. I used exactly 2 cups of leftover weight watchers cinnamon flake cereal. I reduced the oil by half and used half unsweetened applesauce. I also used soy milk and orange flavored honey. These were moist and tasty and the kids loved them. Thanks for a good way to use up some of my extra cereal!

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ladypit August 02, 2005
Breakfast Cereal Muffins