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Chocolate Cornflake Cookies


This is a kids friendly Chocolate Cornflake Cookies recipe. It’s very easy to make, get your kids to mix all the ingredients together and press them into the tart pan. Then, just help them place the pans into your preheated oven. The cornflakes makes these cookies crunchy and it has lots of sweet fragrant from the shredded coconut. It’s fantastic, try it!


Chocolate Cornflake Cookies
(Printable Recipe)

Ingredients

227 g (2 Sticks) Unsalted Butter, softened at room temperature
100 g Sugar (add 20-30 g for sweeter cookies)
35 g Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
200 g All Purpose Flour
250 g Cornflakes, lightly crushed
60 g Unsweetened Shredded Coconuts (Desiccated)

4 x 6 ½ inches Fluted Tart Pans with a removable bottom

Method

Preheat the oven to 350˚/180˚C.

In a large mixing bowl, combine butter and sugar. Using a wooden spoon, mix until pale and creamy. (About 5 minutes)

Add in the cocoa powder and flour. Mix until well combined. Then add the cornflakes and coconut, mix until just combined.

Press the mixture into the tart pans, preferably about 1 to ½ cm thick. Bake for 15 to 17 minutes, until it is firm. Transfer the tart pan to a rack and cool to room temperature before slicing.


Comments

  1. This is a great project for the school holiday. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    GinaS

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  2. that sounds sooo very good......my girls would definitely love them!
    thanks for sharing!

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  3. wow! this is super easy to make and im sure the kids will love the "cooking" part of it. Lovely!

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  4. Yours looks so delicious, I must give it a try.

    This is so similar to a recipe that my mom made for us years ago, and we can't find any more.

    I so love them...it had a chocolate syrup, and corn flakes, coconut, and you made them into mounds. No baking, I wish I could find that one along with the one made with those puffy rice cereal? Puffed rice, chocolate gooey chocolate squares? I dream of that one.

    I have asked on my blog, but no one seems to remember it. If any one knows, I would love to have a copy of it.

    Jen

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  5. looks gorgeous and sounds easy to make!

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  6. They remind me of these delicious store bought cookies called Crunchoco! I always wanted to try making it...but I had no idea how to. Now I can't wait to try out this recipe one day.

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  7. I found this post though Pinterest. The photo was so beautiful that I just had to come here to read the recipe! Love it! And love your site :-).

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