Excessive Cereals Search Results

How To: Make a sweet & salty party mix

Make this Sweet and Salty Party Mix with this video! Need a simple and delicious snack for your party? Look no further than this video! Watch this video to learn from Ricardo how to make a great snack party mix with some cereal and spices. Make plenty, as these will go in no time!

How To: Remove Iron from Cereal

There's a lot of iron in your cereal, so much that it's possible to isolate and remove it using a little known trick. In the video below, Mr. G of Do Try This at Home will show you his secret to removing the iron content of your daily cereal, using a magnet to show exactly how much of the mineral is in a bowl of bran flakes. It's a little bit awkward, so brace yourself!

How To: Make Cereal Milk—A Momofuku-Inspired Drink

If you have satisfying memories of slurping up the sweet milk left in the bowl after eating your cereal, then this cereal-infused milk will make you feel like a kid again. Although people have technically been enjoying cereal milk since the invention of cereal, it was recently made popular as a standalone drink by the playful and quirky Momofuku Milk Bar in New York City. Created by pastry chef Christina Tosi, it's a "recipe" that is both simple and brilliant. The original Momofuku brand cere...

How To: Make breakfast cereal for kids

In this video, we learn how to make breakfast cereal for kids. First, you will need to buy an array of different cereals for your child to choose from. Pick out some that are healthy, but also tasty so the child will like them. Once your kid has picked out the one they want, get a large bowl. Pour the cereal into the bowl until it's filled up with a serving size. From here, you will grab your choice of milk and pour it onto the cereal in the bowl. When you have enough milk in the bowl, stick ...

How To: Make Toasted Rice cereal puppy chow

In this tutorial, we learn how to make toasted rice cereal puppy chow. You will need: 9 c toasted rice cereal, a spoon, powdered sugar, 2 caps of vanilla extract, 1/2 stick butter, 1/2 c peanut butter, 1 c chocolate chips, and three bags. First, pour your cereal into a large bowl and then combine chocolate chips, peanut butter, and butter in bowl. Then, microwave the mixture for a couple minutes until it's melted, stirring every few seconds. After it's melted, pour into your bowl of cereal an...

How To: Shrink a cereal box before you throw it away

The top flaps on the cereal box should already be open. Then you must open the flaps on the bottom of the cereal box (the side parallel to the opening) and flatten it. Now use the creases made by the corners of the box and fold them inward; it should be flat again. Fold it length wise thus leaving a little rectangle of the flattened box that is not overlapped by the other half of the flattened box. Tax this tab and insert it into the opening in the adjacent half of the cereal box. Your cereal...

How To: 5 Reasons Why You Should Always Keep Stale Cereal

It happens to even the most avid cereal eaters: sooner or later you open a box, unfurl the crinkled plastic bag, and find that the cereal inside is stale. Maybe you forgot about it, maybe you ate it too slowly, or maybe you just found a new, better cereal and left it behind like Andy left Woody. Either way, the crunchy goodness is now stale, and you grab the box and walk to the trash can. Stop!

How To: Keep Tiny Dust Crumbs Out of the Last Bowl of Cereal for More Crunch, Less Mush

Cereal may be the most popular of breakfast choices, but one thing that has always bothered me about it is the crumbs. Just like a bag of potato chips, when you reach the last third of cereal in the bag, you're left with nothing but shattered remnants of what used to be. At least with a bag of chips, you have the choice to skip the tiny crumbs or not. It's a little harder with cereal, especially when it's mostly dust that flies right into your bowl.

How To: Cite a cereal box in MLA format

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to cite a cereal box in MLA 2009. citation is a reference to a published or unpublished source. In general, a citation requires the author's name, publication information and medium type. Start by examining the entire cereal box for the information. Look on the front, back, sides, top, bottom and even inside. Usually, users will only be able to find title, medium, corporate sponsor and place of publication. This video will benefit those viewers who ar...

How To: Deal with excessive dog barking

This video segment of Dog Knows shows how to deal with excessive dog barking. Hitting and yelling is not a constructive way to handle a dog. Ignoring and redirecting are much more effective techniques. Watch this video pet training tutorial and learn how to deal with problem dog barking.

How To: Make 300 Spartan arm braces/arm guards

In this tutorial, we learn how to make 300 Spartan arm braces/arm guards. You will need: a cereal box, paper, newspaper, scissors, super glue, flour, water, spray paint in gold, and masking tape. To start, you will need to first draw the shape onto the cereal box and then cut it out. From here, mix up a cup of flour with a cup of water until it's well combined. Then, dip strips of newspaper into it and place them over your cereal cut out. Then, let this dry and place wire and masking tape ove...

How To: Make a simple homemade journal from index cards, dental floss and a cereal box

Traditional bookbinding can be a complicated job requiring specific tools and crafts. But when you're making a personalized homemade journal or diary at home, anything goes. This video will show you the basics of making a simple, small book using easy methods with materials you likely have around the house, like index cards (for the folios), a cereal box (book cover), paper, duct tape, scissors, dental floss (binding), glue, Sharpie marker, and an awl or sewing needle.

How To: Make Fruit Loop "Fiesta" butter cookies

Trix are for kids, but Fruit Loops are for everyone? Don't you ever think you're too old to nom on the pure sugar heaven that is Fruit Loops! While we are totally for grabbing handfuls out of the box and stuffing it in your face, there are other ways you can make use of this colorful "tropical" treat.

How To: Treat hirsuitism or excessive female facial hair

Women who suffer from excessive facial hair (or hirsuitism) can feel extremely self-conscious, but the condition is not uncommon and affects up to 15% of women. In this exclusive video guide, Dr Harper discusses the symptoms and causes of this condition, as well as the best treatment options available. Excessive facial hair can be embarrassing, but there are plenty of ways to remove it, either temporarily or on a more permanent basis. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to treat hirsuitism.

How To: Make a cereal box spectrometer

A spectrometer is an optical instrument used to measure properties of light over a specific portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. This video will show you how to make a spectrometer out of a cereal box and a compact disc. This spectroscope is sure to amaze your kids for a nifty science project.

How To: Make last minute Halloween costumes

In this tutorial, we learn how to make last minute Halloween costumes. To make a Kraft singles costume, you just need a large foam mat, then spray paint each half yellow. Cover it with a tarp, then add on a Kraft logo. You can also place a box over a girl, to be a chick in a box. For a little white lies costume, you just need to write lies on tape and place it onto your shirt. Make sure the pieces of tape are large. To make a cereal killer costume, place cereal boxes on you along with glued o...

How To: Eat a breakfast that will lower your blood pressure

In this tutorial, we are shown what type of breakfast will help lower blood pressure. If you have lower blood pressure, you will reduce your risk of stroke and improve your overall health. If you start your day with a cereal of whole grains, you can add in a banana to mix in even more nutrition. After this, you can add in fat free milk and berries to have the most nutritious cereal that is not only healthy and filled with vitamins, it also has extremely low cholesterol and can help lower your...

Prev Page