We are officially in the thick of this whole Coronavirus pandemic. I’ve been teleworking for almost two months at this point. In addition to this “new normal”, I’ve also become a full-time SAHM (stay-at-home mom) because Emory’s daycare closed around the second week of March. Needless to say, my life has become one giant game of Jenga! This balancing act has forced me to use recipes that I can make in 30 minutes or less, with minimal ingredients. These 3-ingredient Sunbutter and Maple Cheerio Treats fit into that category perfectly.
Sunbutter and Maple Cheerio Treats
There is an entire community filled with parents whose children suffer from food allergies. I happened to stumble across this recipe while searching for easy gluten-free and vegan snacks for kids. Fellow blogger allerGene-friendly shared this delicious treat on her Instagram and I instantly saved it.
Not only do these Sunflower and Maple Cheerio treats taste delicious they are super easy to make. I’m almost certain that you have all the ingredients. It’s important to note that this recipe can be made with any type of cereal. Although I might caution you to use cereal that’s not too sweet. Cheerios, Corn flakes, or Rice Krispies are my three gluten-free suggestions. Additionally, substituting the sunbutter for peanut butter will work also.
Continue reading below for the ingredients and recipe. The fact that I devoted a whole new section to this teeny-tiny recipe should indicate how bat s–t crazy I’ve become.
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Sunbutter & Maple Cheerio Treats
- 8x8 pyrex
- 3 cups Cheerios Cereal (gluten-free)
- 1/2 cup SunButter (Creamy)
- 1/2 cup Honey
- Mix all ingredients and pour into a pyrex dish.
- Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour.
11 thoughts on “Sunbutter and Maple Cheerio Treats”
I had never heard of sunbutter before, but I tried this out and it was tasty!
Great nut butter substitute
Needed this recipe! It was so easy to make and I’ve been snacking on them all week!
Yes!!! Great back to school snack!!
I loved these cheerio treats – so tasty and they just look really cool! My husband thought they were really fun when I made them!
I love how easy these were to make! I used sunbutter and almond butter! They tasted great!
Glad to hear that!!
These sunbutter-maple treats were a hit with my kiddos (and me). I liked the fact that I could give them something wholesome to help them get through their afternoon slump.
These treats were so easy and perfect as a snack for my niece! And for me, too!
So happy to hear that!!