dry cereal


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Noun1.dry cereal - a cereal that is not heated before servingdry cereal - a cereal that is not heated before serving
cereal - a breakfast food prepared from grain
granola - cereal made of especially rolled oats with dried fruits and nuts and honey or brown sugar
raisin bran - bran flakes with raisins
corn flake - crisp flake made from corn
bran flake - wheat flake including the bran
wheatflake - crisp flake made from wheat
puffed rice - puffy rice kernels
puffed wheat - puffy wheat berries
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Food Comparison Serving Size Milk and Milk Products Cheese Pointer Finger 11/2 ounces (string cheese) Milk and yogurt One fist 1 cup (glass of milk) Vegetables Cooked Carrots One fist 1 cup Salad (bowl of salad) Two fists 2 cup Fruits Apple One fist 1 medium Canned peaches One fist 1 cup Grains, Breads and Cereals Dry Cereal (bowl of cereal) One fist 1 cup Noodle, rice, oatmeal (bowl of noodles) Handful 1/2 cup Slice of whole wheat bread Flat Hand 1 slice Meat, Beans and Nuts Chicken, beef, fish, pork (chicken breast) Palm 3 ounces Peanut butter (spoon of peanut butter) Thumb 1 Tablespoon
It is aimed at single-serve yogurt, pudding, dry cereal, dry noodles, or other spoonable foods for wide-mouth tub-style containers.
Beyond the options noted in the chart below right, 22% of consumers report enjoying dry cereal and yogurt at nontraditional times, which suggests that breakfast items are increasingly viewed as convenient meals or snacks.
SUNNY CRUNCH FOODS HAS DEVELOPED THE PERFECT BREAKFAST SOLUTION FOR CONSUMERS ON The RUN--Goh-Goh Cereal, an innovative dry cereal packaged in a single-serve cup that transforms into cereal with real milk once the consumer adds water.
and drinks be to The correct serving sizes, offered two to three times a day, include 1/2-1 medium slice of bread, 3-6 heaped tablespoons of dry cereal (cornflakes), 1/2-1 boiled, poached or fried egg, 1/4-1 medium sausage, 125ml pot of yoghurt, 3-10 small grapes/berries (they can eat more fruit and veg if they want).
The correct serving sizes, offered two to three times a day, include -1 medium slice of bread, 3-6 heaped tablespoons of dry cereal eg.
Top cooked or dry cereal with 1/2 cup diced pears, vegan yogurt with fruit, chopped dried fruit, and a sprinkle of dark chocolate or coconut chips.
Folks back then were more likely to start their day with oatmeal than dry cereal. According to what was printed on the cylindrical box oats were packaged in, "There's nothing better for thee, than me." That claim could be argued by someone who still remembers the hot cereal's bland taste and sticky texture reminiscent of wallpaper paste.
Most of the program's food needs are met through the USDA surplus products and the Food Bank of Alaska, but the program's current wish list includes dry cereal, #10 cans of fruits and vegetables, fresh eggs, breakfast meats such as sausage or bacon, lunch meat, and fresh fruit.