Well in my post about cornflakes I mentioned that I would make a post soon about what can be made with Cornflakes. For starters we save the crumbs from the bottom of every bag of cornflakes in a container. They last a long time for our purposes. Why go buy GF crumbs when this is so economical? Here is the first recipe: Oven Fried Chicken 1/2 cup cornflake crumbs 1-2 tsp of brown sugar 1 tsp of garlic 1 tsp of chilli powder 1/2 tsp of thyme 1/4 cup olive oil 8-12 chicken drumsticks Preheat oven to 375F / 190F. Line some baking trays with aluminum foil and put a light coat of olive oil down on the foil. Start by putting the dry ingredients without the drumsticks in a bowl and mix and crush with your hands. Place the 1/4 of olive oil in a bowl. Then wash and dry the chicken drumsticks with a towel. Holding the end of the drumstick place the drumstick in the oil bowl and roll around to coat with oil. Next roll the drumstick over the cornflake mixture. You likely will need to use your free hand to pick up the cornflake mixture to coat and press the cornflake mixture on the drumstick. Place the drumstick on the foil and repeat until all the drumsticks are used up. If you are lucky you will use up all of the cornflake mixture by your last drumstick. If you have extra then toss. If you don’t have enough well you get to wash your hands and mix up a little more. :-) Place the baking tray in the oven and bake for 45-50 minutes. Depending on your oven you may need to rotate the drumsticks about 30 minutes into the baking. Remove nice golden brown drumsticks and carry to the table to be rapidly consumed by your family. Variations: Change the spice mix to vary the taste: Examples: Use GF/Soy Free Chicken Salt Use Celeryseed Here are some photos of our latest backing of this recipe: Cornflake crumbles in can. Add Brown Sugar to the crumbs Preparing the crumb mixture Oiling and Crumbing the drumsticks Drumsticks aligned and ready to bake Oven Fried Chicken Drumsticks