Definition of Cold cereal
1. Noun. A cereal that is not heated before serving.
Generic synonyms: Cereal
Specialized synonyms: Granola, Raisin Bran, Corn Flake, Bran Flake, Wheatflake, Puffed Rice, Puffed Wheat
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cold Cereal
Literary usage of Cold cereal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Foods and Household Management: A Textbook of the Household Arts by Helen Kinne, Anna Maria Cooley (1914)
"The uses of cold cereal.—Never throw away cooked cereals. The cold cereal is useful in many ways. (a) Mold in small cups with dates or other fruit, ..."
2. Food and Health: An Elementary Textbook of Home Making by Anna Maria Cooley, Helen Kinne (1916)
"If you have a fireless cooker, put the cereal, in the double boiler, into the cooker overnight for the second stage. The uses of cold cereal. ..."
3. How to Cook and why by Jessie A. Long, Elizabeth Condit (1914)
"that the cold cooked cereal can be used to make delicious muffins and griddle - cakes, the cold cereal being substituted for part of the flour. ..."
4. Food and Health; an Elementary Textbook of Home Making: An Elementary by Helen Kinne, Anna Maria Cooley (1916)
"The uses of cold cereal. Never throw away cooked cereals. The cold cereal is useful in many ways. (a) Mold in small cups with dates or other fruit, ..."
5. Hints to Housewives: On how to Buy, how to Care for Food (1917)
"CEREAL MOLDED WITH FRUIT—Take left-over cold cereal. If very stiff, add a little milk or water and stir into it a few scalded cut-up dates or figs. ..."
6. The Rumford Complete Cookbook by Lily Haxworth Wallace, Rumford Chemical Works (1908)
"Sift together the flour, salt and baking powder; add the yolks of the eggs and the milk, then the cold cereal, beating this in well to eliminate all lumps. ..."
7. The Home Science Cook Book by Mary Johnson Lincoln, Anna Barrows (1902)
"Serve with sweetened cream while warm, or mold in pudding cups, and turn out to eat cold. Cereal Fruit Pudding. Cook any cereal as for breakfast. ..."
8. When Mother Lets Us Cook: A Book of Simple Receipts for Little Folk, with by Constance Johnson (1908)
"Take the cold cereal in your hands and mould it into little cakes about the size of fish-balls. Put a piece of butter as big as a sugar-lump into the hot ..."