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That Silly Rabbit Was Right—These Cereals Aren't Just for Kids

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We’re big on food in bowls, and cereal just might be one of our favorites, morning or night. It's definitely one of the easiest bowl dishes: It just doesn’t get any simpler than pouring some out, covering it with your milk of choice, and digging into with a spoon. And, bonus, as adults, we can now buy ourselves as many boxes of sugary, so-called “kid” cereals as we want.

18 of Our Favorite Times Cereal Bowled Us Over
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18 of Our Favorite Times Cereal Bowled Us Over

Our Baking Club members have been on a cereal kick, too, buying up Cap'n Crunch, Fruity Pebbles, and cornflakes. They're taking them outside of the bowl though, using them in a number of different desserts found in Christina Tosi's Momofuku Milk Bar, the Club's book of the month. (Cornflakes admittedly seems like less of a true “kid” cereal than the others, but not once Tosi is done messing with them!)

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Fruity Pebble Marshmallow Cookies Photos by Joy Huang,

Whether or not you've joined the Baking Club yet (but, you are going to join, right?), here are 5 sweet ways to get your sugary cereal fix:

How to Make Cocoa Puffs at Home, Easily & With 7 Ingredients
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How to Make Cocoa Puffs at Home, Easily & With 7 Ingredients
Why We're Obsessed with Cereal Cocktails (+ How to Make Them)

Why We're Obsessed with Cereal Cocktails (+ How to Make T... by Leslie Stephens

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How to Make Any Cereal Treats Without a Recipe

How to Make Any Cereal Treats Without a Recipe by Amanda Shulman

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Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch

Homemade Cinnamon Toast Crunch by Tieghan Gerard

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DIY Dino Egg Oatmeal: Find Your Inner-Child (& the Hidden Dinosaurs)

DIY Dino Egg Oatmeal: Find Your Inner-Child (& the Hidden... by Riddley Gemperlein-Schirm

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See what's ahead for the Baking Club this fall (and beyond) here, and get in on the action by joining us on Facebook.