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The Kellogg's Cookbook: 200 Classic Recipes for Today's Kitchen [Hardcover]

Judith Choate , Ben Fink

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5.0 out of 5 stars Over 200 recipes culled from company archives 25 May 2006
By Midwest Book Review - Published on Amazon.com
That THE KELLOGG'S COOKBOOK appears this year is no accident but by design; for 2006 marks the 100th anniversary of the Kellogg Company, and to celebrate here are over 200 recipes culled from company archives. Yes, dishes all rely on a Kellogg product for its main ingredient - so here you'll find Rice Krispies Treats, All-Bran Muffins, and other past favorites such as a Summer Squash and Chilies Bake which uses Rice Krispies for its topping, Chicken Italienne using Kellogg's Corn Flakes, and even a Salmon and Lemon Pate using Special K. The equal display of savory and sweet dishes proves Kellogg has more on its mind than dessert, while the inclusion of contemporary and vintage photos makes for an appealing, attractive presentation.

Diane C. Donovan, Editor
California Bookwatch
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Cereal is not Just for Breakfast Anymore! 1 Jun 2006
By L Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Who knew that you could make a souffle' with Cheez-Its? How about doughnuts with Rice Krispies? Did it ever occur to you to make a potato casserole with Special K? Well, thank goodness for Kellogg's! Not only have they helped with breakfast since 1894, but they have helped shape many of our "staple" recipes in America.

Included in this book are some of the classics including the All Bran Muffins, Rice Krispie Treats, Chocolate Scotcheroos, Crispix Mix, and Crispix Mix Sweet Minglers. Also included are recipes that most of us have never thought of including: Rustic Rhubarb with Vanilla Almond Tart, Lemon Cake, Stuffed Potatoes, Veal Cordon Bleu, Chicken Vegetable Crepes, and Crisp Orange Baked Chicken.

If you are looking for some new recipes with ingredients that you easily have on hand, give this book a try. The book includes many full color photographs, and nutrient information at the end of the book. Enjoy!
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4.0 out of 5 stars good old recipes 8 Mar 2009
By Bill Sunshine - Published on Amazon.com
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this cook book has some of the best recipes I remember from my childhood. It is a trip down memory lane of some of the fun good tasting recipes my mother used to make. With the high cost of the recession it is good to see recipes made with inexpensive good tasting cereal. The book also has many memories of old time Kellogg ads and other memorabilia form the past 100 years of making cereals. Enjoy the nostalgia and memories of the way food used to taste like. Have some fun in the kitchen.
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4.0 out of 5 stars good addition to my cookbook library 20 Mar 2006
By Alexa - Published on Amazon.com
Who knew there were so many other uses for corn flakes and rice krispies? This cookbook gives great recipes for using corn flakes to bread chicken and fish and to make desserts and other breakfast items. I feel that it'll come in very handy for years to come since we always have cereal in the house.
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