Use for Cereal Powder

Nancy Coleman

Whenever the last bowl of cereal is emptied from a cereal container, there is a powder remnant. Instead of throwing it away or eating a really soggy last bowl of cereal, I save it for powdering raisins which I pack daily in my office lunch. The powder is usually just enough to take the sticky off and makes hand snacks neater, too.



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April 12, 20010 found this helpful

Another great use for this "dust" is to coat raisins, chocolate chips, etc. before adding them to a wet baking mix - it keeps them from sinking to the bottom.

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