Alpha-Bits cereal is a must have for every kid because it is not only tasty but so much fun to play with! Who doesn’t want to play with their cereal and move the floating letters around to try and spell their name? It’s fun!
Obviously I am looking for more than fun when it comes to my daughter’s breakfast cereal. Alpha-Bits has 12 essential vitamins and minerals, no high fructose corn syrup, 20 grams of whole grain per 30 gram serving, and no artificial flavors. These are just some of the reasons I wanted to use this cereal for more than just breakfast.
Here are a few other reasons to pick up a box of Alpha-Bits:
Alpha-Bits is made specifically for the growing 3 – 6 year old because it is both healthy AND educational with all 26 letters for letter-learning fun and contains nutrients that help support healthy brain development.
– This product is SNAP eligible, so it would also be relevant to those moms who shop on a budget.
– Excellent source of vitamin D
– Added nutrients like iron and zinc that help support healthy brain development
All of these great perks are what inspired this recipe for Alpha-Bits Cereal Bars
How to Make Alpha-Bits Cereal Bars
What you’ll need:
8 cups of Alpha-Bits cereal
1/3 cup of Honey
1 10 ounce bag of marshmallows
1/2 stick of butter
13×9 inch pan
Melt butter in microwave safe bowl for about 50 seconds or until melted.
Add marshmallows and honey, mix well. Microwave on high for 1 minute and then stir. Put back in the microwave for another 30 seconds. Add cereal and mix.
Add to foiled lined, greased, 13×9 inch pan.
Press firmly to bottom of pan and spread throughout pan evenly.
Cut into squares or rectangles and store in an airtight container. Enjoy!
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Alpha-Bits, the cereal with the great taste and alphabet design kids love along with the nutrition mom wants is available at Walmart – SO stop by and get some today!
What kinds of creative recipes can you think of to add the nutrition of Alpha-Bits in your daily meals?