Cereal milk™. There is such a thing?! Apparently I’m a late comer to this trend. I mean, I’ve heard of Momofuku and the Momofuku Milk Bar and the Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook. But Cereal milk™ soft serve and as a beverage? Nope, not until today. And it’s trademarked. SNAP.
In the exploration of a Yelp widget and trying to see if such a nifty little thing might look shiny on my page, I came across Inuyaki which literally translates to “grilled dog” in Japanese. I poked around the blog and did not find aforementioned Yelp widget, promptly gave up on my quest to make the bling work properly and decided it probably didn’t belong here anyway. You can find a link to my Yelp reviews on my About page.
What I did find, however, was this glorious idea of soaking your cereal in milk and then freezing it. Oh man. I love cereal. In fact, I had cereal for dinner last night. I’ve come a long way from peanut butter Captain Crunch and Lucky Charms sans marshmallows to deciding on Ezekiel cereal with strawberries for dinner. Nevertheless, the memories of sickly sweet milk from the cereal it once contained in my breakfast bowl came rushing back when I saw this post. And the pictures of cereal milk in action.
Oh, and remember this? Just a little reminder of all things meme. There were many versions, but this one was my favorite. Probably because I went to Cal. Just probably.
I’m going to go order the Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook now.
Cereal Milk Philippine Ice Candy
- 2 cups cereal milk
- 1/2 cup heavy cream
- 1/2 cup sugar
1. Combine all the ingredients in a bowl or blender and mix.
2. Use a funnel to fill the long bags, make sure you don’t fill them all the way up so you can tie off the tops.
3. Put the ice candy in the freezer at least 8 hours.
4. When you’re ready for a treat, cut off the top and enjoy!