Hmm, maybe crushed and mixed with cheese to top the maccharoni cheese or pasta bakes..
we don't really crumb fish as we don't fry and the oven isn't big enough to bake 170 portions.
I'm working on getting some new kit in here but it's a slow process
||the thought of 170 sugar crazed toddlers has me giggling like a hyena x 170|
Lucky we only have 35 here but I ship food to 4 other nurseries every day and the staff would be gunning for me for sure.
mind you If I did do it I would make sure it's a day mine isn't here or I would have to deal with him when I get home..
my mother used to make something along the lines of http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/22514/cornflake-tart.aspx
As I understand it, apart from the "fortified with" (fortifications doesn't sound right!) cornflakes have virtually no dietary value. Most recipes that use cornflakes, such as the above recipe, only make matter worse (white flour, some fat, loads more sugar).
There's a lot going for overlooking them until they've past their best before date, then being force to bin them.
This website might help: http://www.1001recipes2send.com/Snacks/3885-Kellogg_s_Corn_Flakes__Golden_Fruit___Nut_Bars.shtml
There is a fruit and nut bar on that link, which uses cornflakes, that looks interesting.
I've seen them used to coat a version of SF Chicken.
How about Muffins?
I used to make Cornflake Muffins but needless to say I can't find the recipe I used.
But I've just 'googled' Cornflake muffins and there are loads of recipes available online.
The recipe I had was really simple not much mixing, it involved sunflower oil ,eggs, plain flour, baking powder,eggs cinnamon and brown sugar too , my boys used to really enjoy them when they were young.
I'll really have to find the recipe and make some more 'cause they were lovely.
||Treacle tart! My Mum always used cornflakes in the golden syrup - I never knew other folk used breadcrumbs til I was about 20! Yum yum!|
||How about just putting them in a sensory tray for the kidlets to play with.|