Definition of Conflé
The word conflé makes immediate reference to one of the favorite breakfasts by society, it is a cereal made from corn, which is often used for snack or breakfast, it is so versatile that it can be used for dinner.
It is a cereal that is created using wheat, the final product is roasted corn flakes and was invented by Will Kellogg in 1894, this invention was intended to feed patients at the Battle Creek Sanitarium.
After being very successful with the patients of the sanatorium, it was in 1896 when he obtained a patent not before having had a legal battle with his brother John Kellogg.
SYNONYMS FOR Conflé
When it comes to consuming cereal or buying cereal, different names are used that relate to the consumption of cereal with milk and sugar, which are:
● Corn Flakes
Sugared ● Cereal
● Corn Flakes
ORIGIN OF Conflé
In Latin countries the words Conflé is originated or derived from the words Corn Flakes, which are acronyms in English for corn flakes or corn flakes.
The word cereal comes from the Latin cerealis which in turn is related to ceres, which is a Roman-Italian goddess, the goddess of wheat and agriculture; it is also related to fertility and abundance.
CURIOSITIES OF Conflé
This cereal is one of the most consumed today and has been so deeply rooted in world gastronomy that there are different variants of it, some come with sugar, better known as zucaritas, others are rings of different colors, but for the most fanatic, nothing is better than eating the traditional Kelloggs Corn Flakes with milk and adding bananas or cambur as a final touch.