“We know that it is recommended to not give honey to babies under one year old. What about if the honey is used in a cooked product? For example: A breakfast cereal similar to Cheerios that includes honey as one of the ingredients.”
Yes, you’re right. The recommendation is to avoid RAW honey under a year old. Cereals or graham crackers might be made with honey but should be okay for an infant under one year. HOWEVER: if you are talking about a sweet cereal similar to “Honey-Nut Cheerios”, I would suggest not giving that either. Any cereal with more than 6 grams of sugar per serving should not be on the shopping list.