These are great for breakfast on the run or (in my case) fussy little eaters who don't fancy sitting down to a bowl of high fibre breakfast cereal each day. You can use just about any high fibre breakfast "flake" cereal on the market - there is so much choice! I have found the ones which contain fruit, nuts ir granola are particulary popular in our house.
Brilliant: I've been looking for something as simple as this for ages, because my wife and I run a B&B here in southern France, and we always have some breakfast cereals left over at the end of the season. I used maple syrup instead of honey and halved the amount of sugar, because the cereals I had were a French version of sugar puffs or honey puffs. I also added some chopped candied peel, a few hazelnuts, which I toasted and chopped, and some sultanas. It was a great "get rid of the leftovers" session. Mixed everything together, then I spooned the mix into muffin/cupcake baking tray (I've got a couple of the silicon ones so didn't even have to line the tins) and baked them. I used a slightly higher temperature (160C) and cooked for longer (about 20 minutes). Once cooled they are a lovely sticky, tasty treat. - 20 Feb 2017 (Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)