Cereal fans have discovered on their own that there is more than one way of eating cereals. We scoured the internet to find the popular alternatives to cold milk and the results are in. But we do recommend exercising caution with some of the ideas below!
Yoghurt, instead of milk
For additional protein you can have your morning cereals with Greek yoghurt instead of milk.
Ice cubes in cereals
If you like your milk really cold, you can go an extra step and add ice cubes to your bowl of cereal. But be aware that they will melt away soon, turning your morning breakfast into a soggy affair.
Cold milk or hot milk? This “how to eat cereals” debate still rages on, but many cereal lovers refuse hot milk out of principle. If you’re one of them, give the hot/warm option a go and know for sure which idea is the best.
Water on cereal
Some people find joy in a bowl of cereals with water. These are the hard-core cereal fans that love their taste too much to “spoil” it with milk. Which is why they’re turning to the most neutral liquid they can think of: water. Or, simply people who ran out of milk. Either way, you’ll probably be surprised to know this is a tried and tested combination.
Coffee and cereals
If you’re having a cup of coffee in the morning anyways, why not bring the two together in one fell swoop?
Cereals with tea
It sounds more like an accident than a breakfast choice, but points should be given for the bold combination.
Orange juice and cereals
Not for the faint-hearted and it will most likely turn the breakfast cereals into a mushy adventure with an orange twist. Give it a go if you’re curious, but it’s likely to be a “never again” experience.
Coconut water & coconut milk
Coconut, cereals, water – it sounds more like a recipe of how not to eat cereals. If you love coconut, try the milk alternative instead. It’s a truly delicious combination.
There are many ways you can enjoy your favourite cereals, but we think the milk and cereals combo remains a marriage made in heaven! And if you happen to run out of milk, check out our Cereals Without Milk ideas for some inspiration.