Sunny Boy Cereal

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Sunny Boy Cereal is a porridge, or hot cereal, made of wheat, rye, and flax, produced in Camrose, Alberta, Canada. The brand name is currently owned by Sunny Boy Foods Ltd. of Edmonton, Alberta but the cereal was originally produced in Camrose, Alberta by Byers Flour Mills, starting in 1929. It was formulated by Mr. W.H. Byers and was first intended for local consumption within Camrose and District. However, it gradually grew into a nationally accepted product.

It is often consumed with the addition of brown sugar and cream.

Sunny Boy Cereal is used in many recipes, including Sunny Boy muffins.

The company that makes Sunny Boy Cereal now makes a variety of products including conventional and organic flours, pancake mixes and other cereals.

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