Theresa's Mixed Nuts: You'll SING© for Greek Yogurt Cereal Donuts #PostfortheHolidays

Monday, November 28, 2016

You'll SING© for Greek Yogurt Cereal Donuts #PostfortheHolidays




One of our favorite family traditions during the holiday season is to have movie marathons. There are so many good movies, old and new, this time of year, we try to squeeze in as many as we can before Christmas hits. When we have movie night at home, we always have snacks on hand, usually trying to coordinate the snack to the theme of the movie we are watching. If we are heading out to the theater, we'll make special treats to enjoy leading up to the day of the movie to get the girls extra excited about our family outing. With all of the hustle and bustle that the season brings, it's just a nice way for us to slow things down a bit and have fun together as as family.  

We've been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the new movie SING©, which will be released in theaters on December 21, 2016. The movie will feature cute animals, fun songs sung by mega-stars, and lots of humor. Just what we need to break from the chaos of the holiday. To get the girls geared up for the movie, I decided to whip up some tasty breakfast "donuts" inspired by the movie.


Greek Yogurt Cereal Donuts


These donuts are made with Greek yogurt, Honey Bunches of Oats® cereal, and a few sprinkles. Simply mix Greek Yogurt with Honey Bunches of Oats® and sprinkles, fill some donut molds, freeze, then eat!


Keeping with the animal theme from SING©, I top them off with iced animal cookies and a touch of whipped cream and a few more sprinkles.
Iced Animal Cookies


yield: 6 donutsprint recipe

Greek Yogurt Cereal Donuts

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 cups Greek Yogurt
  • 1 cup Honey Bunches of Oats® cereal
  • sprinkles (optional)
  • whipped cream (optional)
  • iced animal cookies (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Combine yogurt, cereal, and sprinkles in a bowl. Fill 6 donut cavities with yogurt mixture. Freeze 1 hour, or until solid.
  2. Remove donuts from molds, top with whipped cream, additional sprinkles, and an iced animal cookie (optional). Serve immediately.
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Greek Yogurt Donuts

Right now, when you purchase Honey Bunches of Oats® and other Post cereal brands, you'll be able to enter the SING© Sweepstakes where you could win $100,000, movie tickets, speakers, or other fabulous prizes! (*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Promotion starts 11/1/16 at 12PM (noon) ET and ends 3/31/17 at 11:59:59 PM ET. Open only to legal residents of the US/DC, 18 years of age and older. See Official Rules for instructions on how to enter, how to obtain codes without purchase, prize details, restrictions, odds of winning, etc. Void where prohibited by law. Sponsor: Post Consumer Brands, LLC.)

We found our specially marked packages of Honey Bunches of Oats® at Target. You can also find them at Albertson's, Kroger, HEB, ShopRite, and Winco. Make sure to print your money saving coupon before heading out the door!



Be sure to visit the website and get your family excited for the release of SING© by playing Fun-Trivia and by finding the Star Character they most resemble. Then, whip up your own Honey Bunches of Oats® treats and share with them on social media using the hashtag #PostfortheHolidays.


Greek Yogurt Donuts


What are some of your favorite holiday traditions? Are you planning on taking the family to see SING© this holiday season?


30 comments:

  1. Looks very original and creative! I think Sing is already playing in our cinemas here!

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    1. Lucky! It falls between Allison's birthday (19th) and mine (23rd) so we may turn it into a special birthday treat this year!

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  2. A great way to bring everyone together indeed and have some family time. Sing looks like a fun little movie too.

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    1. My kids are really looking forward to the new movie!

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  3. Those look so good! I love using yogurt to make this sweet treat a little bit more healthy. Great!

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    1. Minus the cookie and whipped cream, this is a pretty healthy breakfast!

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  4. Those look so good! I'm always excited to see a treat I can make for the family that's decently healthy. This is a great idea.

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  5. I have to make these for the kids. I love how healthy it is with the Honey Bunches of Oats and the yogurt. They look and sound amazing.

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  6. This is a great snack. I've just put frozen yogurt in molds before, but it didn't have the cereal. The added cereal adds so much and makes it easier to eat I'm sure.

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  7. These look so yummy! I bet my husband would love them since Honey Bunches of Oats is his favorite cereal.

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  8. These look so good. I really like Honey Bunches of Oats cereal and this is a fun way to use it up.

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  9. Ah, these are the coolest treats! What a fun way to snack with Honey Bunches of Oats. I love that cereal.

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  10. What a delicious snack idea that is sure to make me want to sing! We are looking forward to seeing this film in theaters soon.

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  11. These are the coolest little snack! They look so good!

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  12. What a delicious idea for breakfast! My toddler loves doughnuts, such a great option for her!

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  13. Yum! What a great idea, would be fun make these and surprise the kids.

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  14. This looks like something the kids will love. My favorite Holiday tradition is when we all get together to watch Christmas movies in Christmas Eve. Now that the kids are in College it is extra special.

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  15. I'm a sucker for sweets. These donuts sound so delightful and so much better than the other options out there.

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  16. These are fun! My kids will surely wake up early if this is our breakfast! So cute!

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  17. How creative! I never would have thought to try something like that. Super love!

    Holiday traditions? We take a drive to see the lights, hit Celebration for the fake snow, and have an Indian feast plus a late night movie. Leading up to that, we try to watch one classic Christmas movie a week, go caroling, participate in a Christmas program, and attend at least 3 to 5 Christmas parties. If only I could cut out all the cleaning and cooking so we could just play for the month, eh?

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    1. Woah, you certainly have a lot on your plate this month! But, it all sounds so fun! I do think a maid and chef would definitely come in handy for you this time of year :)

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  18. YUM! This sounds so good! My girls would love these.

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  19. I got invited to see SING in the theater the other day, but I was too slow to respond, so I don't get to go now. But, that's okay. I will go see it on my own.

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  20. I want to see SING also! I love these little "donuts" and have to make them for my nieces.

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  21. Movie marathons and snacks go hand in hand!
    I have really had a good fill of Greek yogurt here in London!
    Now going back soon & :(
    Well, I think I'm going to use the ingredients available here and try this looks so promising!

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  22. We are definitely excited to see Sing! My kids have been getting into cooking too so I know they would enjoy making these!

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  23. These looks so delicious. What a fun idea! I am definitely going to try this!

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  24. Buy it at WinCo because if you do, you'll get a free movie ticket!!! Details here: http://postmoviepromotion.com/

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    1. I wish we had a WinCo here. Sadly, we only have a Target and they aren't doing any special movie ticket promotions right now :(

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  25. These look so delicious! I had no idea there was the possibility to make these from cereal and yogurt.

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