Cornflakes are a type of breakfast cereal that is made from cornmeal and formed into flakes. They are typically eaten with milk as a breakfast food, but they can also be used in a variety of other dishes and recipes. Some examples of dishes that might include cornflakes as an ingredient include:
- Cereal bars (bars made from a mixture of cornflakes, honey, and other ingredients, pressed into a pan and cut into individual servings)
- Baked goods (such as muffins or cookies, in which cornflakes are crushed and used as a topping or a crunchy texture)
- Crusted chicken or other meats (in which cornflakes are crushed and used to coat the outside of the meat before cooking)
- Ice cream topping (crushed cornflakes can be used as a crunchy topping for ice cream)
This is just a small selection of the many different ways that cornflakes can be used in dishes and recipes. The specific use of cornflakes will depend on the recipe and the desired flavor and texture.