I could have cereal for breakfast every morning and not feel bored. There are so many varieties of Nature’s Path cereal to keep me interested. Not only are there plenty of options to eat cereal and granola straight out of the box, but Nature’s Path provides tons of recipes on their website. Cake with corn flakes? Yes, it’s possible—and it looks delicious!
I love that this is a no-bake recipe! Check it out:
Berry Crumble Icebox Cake
- Line an 8-inch square metal baking pan with parchment paper; set aside.
- Add almonds to food processor; pulse until finely ground.
- Add cornflakes and pulse until ground. Add brown sugar and melted butter.
- Pulse to combine. Press 2 cups mixture into bottom of prepared pan.
- Place in freezer for 10 to 15 minutes or until firm. Reserve remaining half for topping.
- Meanwhile, with electric beaters beat cream cheese with yogurt, sweetened condensed milk, lemon zest and vanilla until smooth.
- Spread half cream cheese mixture over crust. Sprinkle with strawberries, top with remaining cream cheese mixture and smooth top. Sprinkle evenly with remaining cereal mixture.
- Press lightly until adhered.
Learning more about how the Stephens family founded Nature’s Path 30 years ago, out of the back of their vegetarian restaurant made me even more of a proud supporter. It’s a huge bonus that all this happened in the Vancouver area, meaning (for me) they’re a local company!
I’m happy to have gotten the chance to try out more of their products recently and also get a subscription to the new Organic Life magazine, too. Want a chance to do the same? Enter the giveaway below. It’s open to those in Canada and the U.S.:
Nature’s Path 30th Anniversary Prize Package include:
- Limited edition 30th anniversary boxes of cereal and granola (including Nature’s Paths Fruit Juice Sweetened Corn Flakes used in the yummy recipe below).
- 1 year free subscription to the new Organic Life magazine. (Plus 2 additional free subscriptions for your family and friends!)
- 3 Nature’s Path free product vouchers
Recipe, prizing, and photos provided by Nature’s Path.