When this cereal first arrived at our door, I expected it taste like Honey Nut Cheerios. It didn't. It was completely unique - kind of like caramel - kind of new. My kids absolutely loved it and so I got nervous. I flipped the box around and was surprised to see only 6 grams of sugar per serving. That's rare for a "sweetened" cereal.
It's also one of the "white check - whole grains as the first ingredient" cereals. Since it's such a unique cereal, I wasn't surprised to see a slew of new recipes to be made with it. Check some of these out:
- Cheerios Dulce de Leche Snack Mix
- Cheerios Dulce de Leche Popcorn Balls
- Cheerios Dulce de Leche No Bake Snack Bars
- Cheerios Dulce de Leche Apple Bread
- Cheerios Dulce de Leche Parfait
- Cheerios Dulce de Leche No Bake Cheesecake
For a limited time you can print a $1.00 of Dulce de Leche Cheerios coupon.
MyBlogSpark and General Mills are also offering one Suburban Jungle reader the chance to try this cereal at home. One winner will receive the prize package shown above. Just fill out the rafflecopter form below to enter:
Disclosure: The new Dulce de Leche Cheerios information, product, and prize pack have been provided free of charge by Cheerios and General Mills, through MyBlogSpark.