There is a phenomenon that occurs when you eat breakfast cereal, that is often referred to as "cereal milk." Your cereal sits in the milk as you eat it, infusing what's left in the bowl with its sugary sweetness for you to drink up after all the cereal's been eaten. Momofuku Milk Bar in New York City has capitalized on this phenomenon, turning the delicious stuff into its trademark soft-serve ice cream flavor.
Well, watch your back, cereal milk. Cereal tea just came to town.
What is cereal tea? Exactly what it sounds like. Breakfast cereal finely pulverized, loaded into a tea bag, and steeped in hot milk for your warm, sugary, comforting enjoyment. The possibilities, as we are fond of saying, are only limited to your imagination. Cinnamon Toast Crunch tea? Apple Jacks tea? Frosted Flakes tea?? If and when you try this, let us know which cereal you choose and how it goes!
Get the full tutorial from Aaron Geman on Instructables.
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