I have a problem that I love cereal way too much. There, it feels good to come clean with that. I wonder if you can be addicted to cereal? And by cereal I mean pretty much all of them. The junkie and the so called good for you cereals too. I don't care what kind it is - add some to milk to a bowl of any kind and I'm a happy camper. The cereal marketers love me because I'm a sucker for any new cereal or retro cereal box.
There's just something about the crunchy cereal and milk together and then you get that awesome cereal milk at the end.
And for those of you who dump your cereal milk - we can't be friends. You are wasting the best part!
If you are similar to me then you'll love these treats.
Mini cereal cookie bowls - filled with all my fav cereals!
Start with some sugar cookie bowls.
When I made these mini strawberry and grape cookie cups this summer I thought the base looked a lot like a little mini bowl, which then sparked the idea for these little all edible cereal bowls.
They don't even need to be perfect
Fill them with some "milk" aka cream cheese frosting and top with all your favorite cereals.
You can pretend you don't scarf a bowl of your fav junkie cereal standing up in the kitchen but we all know we've been there done that!
Tiny spoons are made from melted candy wafers sprayed with some silver edible color spray.
Cute on their own...
or add them to cupcakes as a super special treat!
And seriously who can resist a mini bowl of fruity pebbles??! I know not me.
(Please let me know that I'm not the only cereal addict out there!)
Enjoy and thanks for stopping by. Can't wait to see ALL of the Fall and Halloween treats this year!
Mini Cereal Bowl Cookies
- 1 package of refrigerated sugar cookie dough
- 1 can of cream cheese frosting or vanilla frosting
- Various types of cereals
- Vanilla candy melts/wafers
- Silver color spray
- Mini bundt cake pan (you can also use a mini cupcake pan)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Spray mini bundt pan with non stick spray.
- Add cookie dough to each section of a mini bundt pan and spread dough slightly to fill bundt section.
- Bake for 8 minutes or until cookies just start to brown. Let cool.
- Pop out of pan (freeze for 10 minutes to make this easier)
- Spread cookie with frosting.
- Add some cereal to each bowl
- Add 10-12 candy wafers to a zip lock freezer bag. Microwave in 10 second intervals until candy is just melted. Snip a small corner and pipe spoon shape onto parchment paper. Let harden 10 minutes. Spray hardened spoons with silver spray. Let dry 10 minutes. Add a spoon to each bowl.
- Serve as is or add as cupcake toppers.