Celebrating Winnie the Pooh Day !


  • but­ter
  • marsh­mal­lows
  • Honeycomb cereal

First decide what thick­ness of cereal bar you’d like. Because I was mak­ing them for young kids, I decided to make them in a 9×13 pan to make them fairly thin. But, the “nor­mal” recipe isn’t enough then. If you like them thicker, then I sug­gest a square 8×8 or 9×9 pan! So…

  • For thicker cereal bars in a square pan, use approximately 3T but­ter, 4C mini marsh­mal­lows, and 6 cups of cereal!
  • For thin­ner bars in a 9×13, use about 1/4 C but­ter, 5–6 C mini marsh­mal­lows (almost the whole bag), and about 8 C cereal (almost the whole box).

Winnie Pooh facts”

The first-ever Pooh stories appeared in a Christmas special edition of the Evening Standard newspaper in December 1924. The first book Winnie-the-Pooh emerged around a year later. It told the very first stories of Pooh and his compatriots as they humorously toured through idyllic country scenes, collecting honey and arguing pleasantly.

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