Wednesday, September 19, 2007

The Art of the Cereal Sandwich

I eat a lot of cereal. Sometimes twice in one day. It's easy. It's healthy. And it can be boring. If it is allowed to be.

Each time I go to the grocery store I pick up a few boxes of cereal. Whether I need them or not. I keep a couple at work and a couple at home so there's always something decent to eat. Because I keep a good variety in both places, that means I also have options.

Those options are the key to making a cereal sandwich.

A cereal sandwich does not require bread or condiments or swiss cheese or anything. It requires a bowl, some milk and multiple boxes of cereal. The cereal, of course, will be mixed in a layered fashion that mimics the appearance of a sandwich.

You start with something flaky to simulate a base:

Then add a clustery kind of cereal for the meat layer:

Pour on something long and/or grainy:

Then drizzle a layer of mixed consistency cereal for the mustetchup:

Drop another layer of the flaky:

And finish it with your dairyish product of choice (mine is almond milk):

Serve and enjoy!

[Disclaimer: The preceding post was not sponsored by Trader Joe. But it damn well should have been. All the money I give that guy. Sheesh!]

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