This week's Mystery Ingredient is a popular breakfast cereal here in Australia and if you don't use them up straight away, they tend to sit back in the pantry, taking up valuable space. They always leave a lot of crumbs in the bottom of the pack which are good used up in baking.
WEETBIX (*) breakfast cereal biscuits
Weetbix are an Aussie breakfast favourite that most of us grew up on. Its one of the first solids you give babies here in Australia. My son absolutely loves them, as do I. Trouble is,
- hot or cold with honey, sugar, fresh fruit and milk for breakfast (or any time of the day really)
- buttered with Vegemite or jam as a snack
- crushed and used to thicken soups, stews, sausage rolls, sweet or savoury pies, rissoles (hamburgers), meatballs, fish cakes
- use crumbs for cheesecake base, no bake slices
Banana & Weetbix Smoothie
Weetbix Chocolate Fruit Squares
Salmon & Weetbix Bites
Weetbix Ginger Slice
Banana, Berry, Weetbix Smoothie
Date and Weetbix Loaf
Muesli Slice made with Weetbix
(*) In the USA, Wheaties or Bran Flakes would be a suitable substitute.