As it happens this magic milk is pretty tasty outside of that early morning sugar rush. We're going to make scientifically-created, sifted, and strained cereal milk, and then use that milk to make scrumptious ice cream!
Ready to give your taste buds a new experience? Enough talk, let's make some cereal milk!
Step 1: Supplies
I chose sweet cereals as they impart the most flavour in the milk, for my experiments I used Loopy Fruits, Cocoa Bits, Captain Peanut Butter Crunch, and Toasty Cinnamon Crunch cereals. Any variety, brand or type of sugary cereal will work.
Step 2: Method
Try not to eat the entire novelty size bowl of cereal while you're waiting for the cereal to infuse the milk.
After the cereal has turned soggy it's time to strain. Place your milk jug in the since with a funnel, then rest the strainer on top and gently pour the large bowl of cereal and milk into the strainer. You might need to mush the cereal around the strainer to ensure most of the milk has been drained. Put the cereal back in the large bowl and pour more milk over it for a second dunking, I find there's usually plenty of sugary goodness still left in there. Repeat the straining process once again.
Cereal milk, like all milk, needs to be kept in the refrigeration to prevent spoiling. If you're making more than one batch make sure you label your jugs. Now you've made the cereal milk the fun part starts, what to make with it!
Step 3: Ice Cream Recipe
- 1 1/2 cups cereal milk
- 1/4 cup cup sugar
- pinch salt
- 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
- crushed cereal (optional)
You can straight-up substitute cereal milk in your favourite ice cream recipe, but I went for a more plain type of ice cream in order to really highlight the particular cereal milk I was using. I limited the sugar because the cereal milk is already quite sweet.
After the ice cream has chilled I crushed more cereal and sprinkled it on top, then served.
Step 4: Your Turn!
Why limit the wonder of cereal milk to just a tasty beverage? Every hour can be cereal milk hour when you come up with your own recipes using cereal milk! Be a part of the movement!
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