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10 mins
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2

The Cereal Killer Cafe Cookbook
2 servings

If you like coffee with your cereal, then why not hit two birds with one spoon and have coffee in your cereal? We heard that in Spain it’s common to pour coffee over your cereal (source: the internet, not sure which page, but the internet never lies). This inspired us to do something similar.

When Friends first hit our screens in the 90s, there was nothing cooler than going to a coffee shop and sitting on a sofa – and I mean people used to queue for sofas. Everyone would also play the ‘which Friends character are you?’ game and this was way before BuzzFeed could do the work for you. We all had that friend that thought they were a Phoebe, but were in fact a total Monica, and got really angry at the fact everyone thought they were a Monica, which is such a Monica thing to do.

This cocktail is about as middle class as a cereal can get – it’s got a bloody café straw in it!

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  • Step 1

    So get your bowl ready and fill it three-quarters full with the Nesquik cereal first, then add the Coco Pops and swirl the cereal in a circular motion – this will allow the Nesquik to peek through the sea of Coco Pops.

  • Step 2

    Scatter the crushed Flake over the top and pop in your café straw. It looks right posh now, doesn’t it?

  • Step 3

    Add 1 teaspoon of the blended coffee to your milk and mix well. Now pour this over the cereal and enjoy.

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