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Step 1: The Best Comes Last

Have you caught yourself pounding down a bowl of cereal when all you really want is that sweet, delicious milk at the end? Why not have exactly what you want, and hot too!

<p>i might try&hellip; if i gan get my hands on my favourite cereal. might want to do it with a little help</p>
<p>Best. Idea. Ever. </p>
<p>It sounds amazing! I am definetaly trying this!!,</p>
You sir. Are HILARIOUS! Love the idea too. I will take you up on your drink offer maybe over a cup of cereal tea.
<p>This is pretty much the most whimsically hilarious thing. &lt;3</p>
Ur brilliant! Ppl will think I'm crazy if I ask them if they want fruit loops or coco pebble tea! I love it!
Best idea ever
I love the milk at the end of my cereal its like a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow
Pure Genius
<p>i love your writing style! personally i'm not a fan of the sweetened milk, but my husband likes to add it to his coffee!</p>
Makin a little cereal milk makin a little cereal milk
Although it's not something I would ever do, as the only sweetened cereal I like is Hershey's which I eat ONLY with vanilla almond milk &amp; a large dollop of frozen Cool Hwip, but I digress....<br>I thought it looked interesting anyway so I looked. You are SUCH a good &quot;describer&quot; &amp; funny to boot!!! Let's just say I've had Instructables on my phone for 3 months now, and this is the FIRST time I've favorited one!!!!!
<p>Was &quot;Hwip&quot; a typo or a Family Guy reference? LOL</p>
Oooooh- so glad you noticed! I sometimes drop references to see who ELSE is cool......lmfao<br>That was one of my favorite FG &quot;bits&quot;, along with Stewie-to-Brian's<br>&quot;...you know...that NOVEL you've been workin on?&quot; LOL
<p>Good instructable. You didn't say what you do with the tea you remove from the bag, hopefully you use it to make some real tea. Another possibility is to make a tea bag from a coffee filter. They are a little less porous but should work equally as well.</p>
<p>Very cute.</p>
<p>Why just stop with cereal? I think you could do this with candy canes, or mints, or other hard candy, or...well, use your imagination!</p>
You, sir, are a genius. That is all!
<p>Well, too bad I'm 'only' making a tea machine out of scratch! This instructable is so well written it makes me want to print it and dunk it in milk.</p>
<p>Silly and wonderful.</p><p>Thank you. </p><p>Do more.</p>
<p>This cracks me up. But seems so perfect.</p>
<p>Brilliant! I know what goes in the next care box to my hubby!</p>
I didn't know how badly I wanted this until I saw it. Also as other people have mentioned, great writing! I wish I knew you!
but then, they switched from the Swingline to the Boston stapler, but I kept my Swingline stapler because it didn't bind up as much, and I kept the staples for the Swingline stapler and it's not okay because if they take my stapler then I'll set the building on fire...
Love this!! Must make some for my friends. Kudos for excellent writing as well!
<p>Very nice and fun, great follow thru.</p><p>Although I recommend care with what staples You use for this - They may contain unhealthy skin treatment against rust and that may be poisonous in combination with warm drinks.</p>
<p>Fun 'structable!</p>
Love the box turned into a tea dispenser!
<p>Well this is just flippin' fantastic.</p>
<p>Why not just cut the bags from paper coffee filters?</p>
<p>Awesome idea. If anyone is looking to streamline the process, David's Tea sells compostable ones for a reasonable price: ~$10/100 filters. Not quite as sneaky as the way you did it here...</p>
<p>Oh my gosh. You are my new best friend. I'm sharing on facebook! </p>
<p>This is hilarious. I like the idea, just not the &quot;hot&quot;. Not a fan of hot beverages, but I still think this is clever and funny. </p>
<p>OH!!! that's Look delicious, I'm gonna try to do THAT!!! , Thanks, ou have changed my life Too!</p>
<p>Dear sir,</p><p>the excellence of this project is surpassed only by the excellence of the instructable you have created in order to allow others to bask in its glory. Good show sir, good show.</p>
ElizaRose11Rain....great reference lol. <br>Also...<br><br><br><br>This is FANTASTIC!! I must try this someday soon!
<p>order empty teabags on-line they are very cheep </p>
<p>oh my god you have changed my life</p>
This will taste SOOO good
On shark tank they had something like this! Called cereal milk
I agree with an earlier commenter: your descriptions are vivid, and funny. This looks so yummy and fun, and it comes to us in the wake of a Shark Tank episode that included a product called Cereal Milk! I can't wait to try it.
Hey I have got to try this, it looks really good but how many tea bags will one of the small boxes fill?
<p>Love, love, love it!</p>
amazing! I've got to try this!
You are a God!!!
Love your guide! Your writing skill is also really good! =D

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