9 ways to think outside the bowl—but not outside the box!—at breakfast time.
Cherry Almond Oat Breakfast Cookies
Old-fashioned oats, dried cherries and Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch add texture and nutrition to these nutty cookies. Prep a batch over the weekend and enjoy a week of stress-free breakfasts!
Buttermilk-Raisin Bran Muffins
Perfect for both grab-and-go mornings and leisurely brunches, these bran muffins get a nutritional boost thanks to Fiber One Raisin Bran Clusters.
Medley Crunch French Toast
Heat up your skillet and spend the morning frying up this twist on French toast. The coating of crushed up Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch imparts an irresistable almond flavor and tons of crunch.
Crunchy Yogurt Sundaes
Dessert for breakfast? Don't mind if we do! If strawberries aren't your family's favorite, switch up the fruit-yogurt combo to one that strikes your fancy.
No-Bake Apple Bars
Mix up cereal, dried fruit, sunflower seeds and more goodies on your stove-top—no oven time required! Portion the bars into individual baggies for snack time or after school.
Baked Apples with Granola
Dig into these raisin-filled apples, topped with Nature Valley Low Fat Fruit Granola, in just 10 minutes flat. Try with pears and dried cherries if you're in the mood to mix things up!
Stuffed Cinnamon French Toast Waffles
How many good things can you stuff into one breakfast? French toast, cream cheese, chocolate hazelnut spread and Cinnamon Toast Crunch join forces in this over-the-top waffle sandwich.
Buttermilk Banana Bread
Members rave about the moist texture of this homemade banana bread, boosted with Fiber One Honey Clusters cereal.
Designed to be made ahead for those mornings when you're on the run, this cereal, fruit and nut mixture is an addictive mix of crunchy and sweet.