Sunday, April 17, 2016


Cornflakes Cake Recipe @

Having cornflakes with milk  are a regular affair  for morning breakfast.  This time I intend to transform this favorite cereal into a quick and  yummy treat for the whole family.

It's a simple mix and bake recipe.   This Cornflakes Cake uses  cornflakes that can be crushed by hand or use your  rolling pin to do the job, either way you choose is fine.

You probably want to serve this as a grab and go breakfast for your kids.  Simply bake this in a muffin pan for 15-20 minutes and get their favorite cereal  turns into a muffin.

In case you're running out of buttermilk use yogurt instead.

This Cornflakes Cake  is sweet, easy to grab and tasty,  sure to start your day off on a right foot.

Other breakfast recipes you should try:

Healthy Oatmeal Banana Cookies

Cornflakes Crisp Bars

Apple & Raisin Scones

Cornflakes Cake Recipe @

Yield :   One  x 8 in round cake

1//4  cup butter melted
3/4  cup  buttermilk
1  1/4 cup all purpose flour
3/4 cup white/brown sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1 large egg
1 tsp vanilla essence
1/4 tsp salt
2 1/2  cups cornflakes roughly crushed
2-3 tablespoon chocolate chip for topping (optional)

1.  Preheat oven @ 180 C and lightly grease 8 in cake pan.

2.  In a mixing bowl, beat egg, melted butter,  sugar,  buttermilk  and vanilla essence until well combined.

3.  Fold in  flour, baking powder and roughly crushed cornflakes.   Stir well.

4.  Scoop the mixture into prepared pan,  spread evenly.

5.  Sprinkle the top with chocolate chips (optional) and lightly press them with your finger.

6.  Bake for 25-30  minutes or until a skewer inserted comes out clean.

7.  Cool in pan for  10 minutes before slicing.

Cornflakes Cake Recipe @

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Unknown said...

what a brilliant idea! It looks gorgeous and who doesn't love the last few cornflakes left in the milk... this is like that, in a cake!

Anu Yalo said...

Innovative and good try!!

Raising Samuels said...

This sounds yummy! What an awesome recipe. Thanks for sharing :)

Kushigalu said...

Cornflakes in cake ? Sounds interesting and looks delicious. YUM!

Rafeeda AR said...

That is a very interesting way of using up cornflakes...

priya said...

I bookmarked this recipe.. Hats off to your idea. Corn flakes cake.. Omg

Winnie said...

Woowwww Cornflakes cake - how unique.
I love the idea, and I'm sure it tastes great. Hope to try it soon :)

Katerina said...

What a delicious cake! Perfect for school snack!

Balvinder said...

This is an interesting cake recipe!

Teresa B said...

We love cornflakes at our house, so I need to try this! Thank you for sharing! pinned to The Really Crafty Link Party Pinterest board!

Maria said...

Thanks for sharing this at Dream Create and Inspire! my mom used to make a very similar corn flake cake nice job, its a pleasure you stop if you hop over and visit me at just finished my one room challenge.

Its a pleasure again to have you!

Unknown said...

I didn't know corn flakes could be used to make a cake!? :D Sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing! #SmallVictories

Martie said...

Interesting recipe! I love cornflakes and cornflake candy, so it has to be good! I love the idea of a grab and go breakfast, too. Thanks for sharing on Thursday Favorite Things!

Audrey said...

Darn, we just polished off the cornflakes. I need to get some more to make this. Thanks for sharing on Creative K Kids Tasty Tuesdays.

Teresa B said...

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Jennifer@MyFlagstaffHome said...

Wow, this sounds really good! Thanks for sharing at My Flagstaff Home.


My Cozy Corner said...

Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop

My Cozy Corner said...

Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop

Allyson said...

This a different and new kind of recipe that I've never heard of before. What kind of flakes did you use ~ Kellogg frosted flakes, Special K flakes ~ ??? Thanks.

Treat and Trick said...

Allyson, I used normal regular cornflakes for this cake...