Rainbow Breakfast Cereal Pizza Brittle



Introduction: Rainbow Breakfast Cereal Pizza Brittle

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Hi, Welcome to my Rainbow Breakfast Cereal Pizza Brittle article. This recipe is super easy to make, tasty, healthy, and navel. It does not use sugar as the word "brittle" usually implies in food.


12" Non-stick pan

1 Cup organic puffed kamut ( you can substitute it for rice puffs, millet puffs, or corn puffs)

4 Strips of bacon, defatted and diced, for red color

1 1/2 Cups Cheddar cheese, grated, for orange color

4 Yellow jelly beans for yellow color

1 Jalapeno pepper, diced, for green color (you can also substitute for pistachios)

4 Blue jelly beans, for blue color

1/4 Cup dried blueberries, for indigo color

4 Purple jelly beans, for purple color

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Step 1: Place 1/2 Cup of Grated Cheddar Cheese Consistently at the Bottom of the Non-stick Pan

Melt it on stove top on medium heat until bubbly.

Step 2: Mix Remaining Ingredients, Except the Jelly Beans for Colors

Mix remaining 1 cup grated cheddar cheese with puffed kamut, bacon, jalapeno, and dried blue berries.

Spread the mix consistently on melted cheese.

Step 3: Cook on Medium Heat

Cook on medium heat until cheese in the mixture melts and glues everything together.

Use a soft tip spatula to lift the melted pizza from the bottom of the pan.

Let it cool so it is brittle not chewy unless you are after the chewy texture. This could be the hardest part, waiting for it to cool, if you are like me who likes it crunchy. But the good news is it really doesn't take long for it to become crunchy.

Step 4: Cut It to Slices and Serve

Place the jelly beans in place which divides the pizza in four equal slices, to complete rainbow colors. A little goes a long way. I only used one jelly bean each of the three colors. Even that seems to excite my children enough that mom gives them jelly beans for once.

Slice it to four pieces.

Serve it with yogurt, coffee, green tea and/or fresh herbal tea if it's in season. Right now mint is almost growing like weed in my garden, so I had the rainbow breakfast cereal brittle with homemade yogurt and usually end with fresh mint tea (last photo).

Hope you'll give this recipe a try. Let me know how you like it. Favorite it or share it if you like it.

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