Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Fun for Froot Loopies

Hello...if you haven't been here before we're T. & J. Your hosts of the Froot Loop Groop KAL on Ravelry.

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So, you're probably wondering what you need to do to get a fabulous parting gift. That's why you're here right?


You need to leave us a comment with your favorite Froot Loop Recipe.

The rules are as follows:
1. The recipe must contain Froot Loops
2. That's it.

We'll pick a winner using a random number generator.

Good luck and happy knitting with your Froot Loops.

11 comments:

adrienne said...

1. open box of fruit loops.
2. rip open bag of fruit loops.
3. dump some fruit loops into a large pool.
4. pour milk over fruit loops.
5. grab big spoon.
6. start eating.

probably not what you had in mind, huh?!

of course, there is my recipe for fruit loop krispies.

Courtney said...

Mix up a package of white cake mix according to package instructions. Before pouring into a greased cake dish, add 3/4 cup froot loops and stir until just mixed.

Bake according to package instructions. Frost with white cream cheese frosting, and garnish with an additional 1/3 cup crushed or whole froot loops.

Regenia said...

Melt 16 oz of marshmellow into a stick of butter. Mix in 5 1/2 cups Rice Krispies and 5 1/2 cups Fruit Loops cereal and spread evenly into a buttered glass dish. Let cool, slice and enjoy!

This is soooooo much better than regular rice crispies!

rosalindea said...

Trail Mix

4 c. Froot Loops

2 c. M&M's

2 c. raisins

2 c. nuts

Mix well. Place in zipper bags for each hiker.

Luch said...

Fruity Shakey Chicken Fingers:
Cut chicken breasts into fingers. Crush desired amount of fruit loops in a bag. Dip chicken fingers in milk. Put fingers in bag and shake. Bake at 350F for 30 min or until done (depends on amount of chicken).
A nice citrus flavoured chicken dish.
Heather

meg said...

We have crushed Fruit Loops and used them as Sprinkles on white frosted cupcakes!

andi said...

There's recipes for Fruit Loops now? How very odd.

catknip said...

1 litre frozen strawberry yoghurt
5 cups Kellogg's® Froot Loops®


1.Place the frozen yogurt into the refrigerator to soften for at least 40 minutes.
2.Spread 1/2 of the Kellogg's Froot Loops evenly over the base of a sided baking tray lined with greaseproof paper.
3.Using a spatula, spread the soft frozen yogurt over the Kellogg's Froot Loops starting from the centre and spreading to the edges.
4.When level and smooth sprinkle over remaining Kellogg's Froot Loops and press down lightly with a rolling pin.
5.Return to freezer and allow to harden.
6.When firm cut into squares and serve immediately.

Maegwin said...

Well, it's not really a recipe but as a kid we used to make necklaces out of Froot Loops. They are colorful, no choking hazard (as with beads), and when you get tired of them you can eat them! They are the perfect jewelry for young kids. :)

tchwrtr said...

1 box Froot Loops
1 container milk, your choice of fat content

Open Froot Loops. Pour into bowl. Add milk. Locate spoon, and place in front of toddler.

Enjoy peace and crunching for five to eight minutes.

knitintensity said...

Fruit Loops Au Naturale

1. Open box.
2. Eat Fruit Loops straight out of box.
3. Repeat until box is empty!