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    Thumbs up What do you do with your cereal crumbs?

    I have a tupperware just for that, those little crumbs and powder left over at the bottom of the cereal bin?!
    I add them to my baked cakes and sweets and they rock for extra cool flavor!!
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    We just dump them in the bowl and eat them, LOL

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    Put a little oil on your boneless/skinless chicken breast, salt and pepper to taste, pack on those crumbs!

    We call it Crumby Chicken! (tasty)

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    HMMM, Come to think about it, I save my potato chip & cracker crumbs, actually ALL salty snack crumbs, some bacos, some freshly ground black pepper, grated parmesan, stir it all up and use it for baked potato toppings. Or sometimes I just make it anyway w/stuff around the house.

    So you gave me an idea to add more to it Now me personally, I love a sweet/hot taste and I'm thinking I might just get it w/extra cereal crumbls and extra red pepper. Yum! Now I'm hungry

    Thanks a bunch!

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    That dust left in the bottom of the container just turns to mud when we pour milk on it. So I use it in pancakes, waffles, bread, muffins, etc. I just use it in place of some of the flour, and it gives a different twist on taste and texture.

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    Uh, throw them out? But I very rarely have cereal around anyway, so it's a not a huge sin against frugality. Plaudits to all your creativity.

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