Cereal is one of the easiest breakfasts to make. As long as you have the muscle strength to open a jug of milk and the motor skills to pour cereal into a bowl, you should have no problem making yourself a filling, nutritious, and delicious breakfast.
Although milk has traditionally been the preferred liquid to serve cereal in, some people have experimented with other cereal toppings while eating breakfast.
Some claim that chocolate milk is an underappreciated cereal topping since it "enhances the flavour of the cereal," according to r/unpopularopinion.
Greek yoghurt is recommended by Eating Expired as an alternative to milk when consuming cereal, which is a logical advice given that yoghurt and several granola-based cereals are frequently presented together.
Even Kellogg's briefly broached the subject of watering down your cereal (via CNN). However, Kellogg's did not want you to soak your cornflakes in chilly tap water.
The business was instead touting its new Insta-Bowls, which used dry powder and water to create "milk" for cereal. Technically speaking, instant milk is still milk, we suppose.
However, regardless how frequently it appears on your breakfast table, there is one unexpected cereal topping that you probably didn't anticipate.
In fact, you've undoubtedly ingested it previously when drinking it without any issues while enjoying a bowl of Frosted Flakes or Honey Nut Cheerios.