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Corn Flake Drop No-Bake Cookies

Corn Flake Drop No-Bake Cookies
Christopher Mohs

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This is another childhood favorite that combines the goodness of so many great ingredients, all coming together to form a simple and easy treat. I chose to amp this up a bit from the original by adding butterscotch and chocolate drizzle. It definitely adds an added pop of flavor you are sure to love.


1/2 cup Granulated Sugar
2/3 cup Chunky Peanut Butter
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
4 cups Corn Flakes Cereal
1/2 cup White Syrup
Dash of Salt

For Chocolate Drizzle:
1/2 cup Butterscotch Chips
1/2 cup Milk Chocolate Chips


In a saucepan at medium high heat, mix together syrup and sugar stirring constantly until mixture becomes clear. Add peanut butter, salt and vanilla and mix thoroughly.

In a large mixing bowl, mix together corn flakes and the sugar/peanut butter mixture. Drop spoonfuls onto waxed paper and allow to set.

For the drizzle, place the chips into separate plastic storage bags and seal.  Microwave for 30 second intervals mixing between by squeezing the chips in the bag together and continue until chips are melted.  Then cut a small corner (just a couple millimeters) of the bag and pip over the cookies.