Corn Flake Substitutes
Since this popular breakfast or haven’t done your weekly shop yet, here are some excellent corn flake substitutes.pops up in so many different recipes, many people seek out corn flake substitutes in their pantry. From to fried wedges and ice cream treats to casseroles, corn can provide a crunchy texture and a sweet and salty exterior to your dish. If you prefer a cooked
You can substitute corn flakes in a recipe (or for breakfast) with similar cereals. Bran flakes or wheat flakes are the most similar alternative cereals and, as a substitute, they will work best in sweet recipes.
Breadcrumbs or Panko
Both traditional breadcrumbs and panko (the Japanese style of breadcrumbs) will work well to create a crispy topping on bakes and meats. If you’re making breadcrumbs at home, try adding oil, herbs, salt or spices to achieve the flavor you’re looking for.
If you have pre-made croutons, try crushing them to get a similar consistency to cornflakes. Once crushed, they will be similar to breadcrumbs (see above), although potentially with more flavor. This substitute is particularly suitable for savory recipes.
Like croutons, crackers can be crumbled to make a similarly textured substitute for corn flakes in both sweet and savory recipes. Add honey or sugar and if using plain crackers in sweet recipes and salt and oil if using them in savory recipes. Gluten-free crackers can also be a good alternative for those people following a Celiac or gluten-reduced diet.
Crumbledwill work well as an alternative to corn flakes in recipes, particularly as a base or topping.
Crushed potato, corn or chips can be a good substitute for corn flakes in savory recipes. You won’t need to add extra salt when using chips as a corn flake substitute.
Instant Mashed Potato Flakes
These mashed potato flakes crisp up well and make a particularly good alternative to corn flakes when they are required for making a crust on meat dishes.