questionsdo you mix cereal?

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I like mixing my cereal too. Usually some form of Cheerios with Cocoa Krispies is my favorite.

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Growing up allergic to milk, we used apple juice in our cereal. Since everyone thought this so weird, my brother and I would mix cereal just to make people think it was weirder. We still do 30 years later...

BTW Apple Jax, Frosted Flakes, and Golden Grahams are a great combo with apple juice.

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@pyxientx: Wow, that must have been like mainlining sugar. Did you follow up the cereal with an insulin chaser? :)

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honey nut + regular cheerios= just enough sweetness but still healthy
Lucky charms + regular cheerios, same results.

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Is it bad that I have never thought of this?

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I don't generally do it at home, as I usually only have one box of cereal open at a time (I live alone), but when I'm visiting family, I regularly do. I usually mix a sweeter cereal with a less sweet one. Cheerios and Lucky Charms are great. Rice Chex and Cinnamon Toast Crunch is also really good.

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Wow I am not alone! I will show these responses to my wife then! lol

@spellshock: you should definitely jump on board then! You may want to start small.. like keep your chocolate cereals with your chocolate cereals (Cocoa Krispies with Count Chocula for example), sometimes it's about the texture of the cereal.

Also I don't care for the Oatmeal Squares by themselves in milk, but I like them with Life Cereal(Cinnamon).

Experiment to your heart's content!

Lastly, I usually keep 3-4 boxes of cereal open at a time.. because I love cereal and my cravings differ depending on the minute. So if I have 3-4 boxes that are all very low (crumbs even).. I will mix everything I have (most I have done was 5 or 6 different cereals) and that is a Kamikaze Bowl. So many awesome flavors all mixed into 1 "concoction of awesomeness".

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I like mixing chex. corn, rice & wheat.

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When I was a kid, it was bran flakes + corn flakes. Which makes it all the more ironic that I decided to buy this shirt. Hey, it's funny.

Nowadays, breakfast is oatmeal + craisins and plain yogurt.

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I have never once combined my cereals.

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I've never really liked the sweet cereals...I used to mix Cheerios and Chex, or buy Wheat, Rice, and Corn Chex, and eat them mixed together.

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Cap'n Crunch Peanut Butter Crunch & Cocoa Puffs. Its is almost dessert.

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@pyxientx: Not weird at all. I think it's weird that us humans are the only species that drink milk in adulthood. Even weirder is that it comes from a different species.

As a child, I used to be allergic to milk so my family would give me soy milk instead. I grew out of this allergy during my toddler years.

A lot of people are lactose intolerant because we are not supposed to consume milk after a certain stage of development. I mean, I love cheese, milk and ice cream but recognize it is very very strange.

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@spellshock: I never had until I married my second husband 20 years ago, and he consistently mixed cereals. I do it all the time and I cannot understand why I had never thought of it.

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I was also told, but never did, mix all 3 varieties of Cap'n crunch to make a PB & J cereal. I thinks that is a stretch.

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@90mcg112: We were kids. Sugar was a necessity. Hell, I am an adult and it is still must have.

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@curtisuxor: I unfortunately am still allergic to milk, so is my daughter. I don't even think soy milk was around 30+ years ago. I love ice cream. That is about the only dairy product I allow myself, and it has to be homemade mint chocolate chip. That makes it worth it, and lasts about 6 months because I eat a teaspoon at a time.

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Does beer count as a cereal? It has several different grains in it....

EDIT: Just kidding. I don't eat cereal or drink milk. I am more of a coffee and Pop Tart guy.

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Only when there is not enough left in one box for a full bowl, and only if it is a similar type of cereal (choc + choc, or fruity + fruity).

You never go choc to fruit!

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@alpayton: oh the wonders you are missing! :o

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Would that have been the old 'Blue flame 6' engine as it was known in Australia? I'm amazed at the amount of automation on the assembly line, I think here in Australia we were still banging bits of wood together in the 1930's, brilliant filming most enjoyable, thank you uploader.

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@mml666: in the heat of the moment, it's ok to go choc to fruit

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I do it for the kids' cereal, to cut down the sugar and its associated whinings. 75% plain cheerios + 25% something(s) else. I pour it in stripes in a cereal container so it looks cool. Tried adding dried fruits but that didn't go over very well. So far I think their favorite is anything with marshmallows. Maybe I should go with 95% cheerios and just add those micro marshmallows.

Don't care for it myself. My foods don't mix on the plate either.

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Add granola to pretty much anything and it's fantastic.