My boys ate cereal of one kind or another most every morning. Cooler days warranted hot cereals like oatmeal and cream of wheat, especially when they were very young. Cold cereal with milk and fruit was the most common breakfast, as they got older. Back then, my grocery list included no less than four boxes of cereal!

The youngest adored crispy rice treats. You know the ones with crispy rice cereal, marshmallow, and butter. Typically, I’d throw in dried fruit like raisins or cranberries and nuts into the basic recipe. Regardless of the recipe bar amount, it seemed as though there was never enough. These breakfast treats were great for those mornings when the big rush was on; he could simply grab ‘em and go!

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Check out the list of tasty “no bake” breakfast treats recipes from around the web. Have a favorite cereal bar recipe; do add it to the list via Listly. In addition, in most of these cereal bar recipes your favorite cereal can be used instead.

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