Homemade Cornflake Cookies

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Do you love cookies? Then, you should try this Cornflake Cookies!

I made these crunchy, delicious buttery cookies which became an addictive snack for my kids. They are nutritious, healthy and easy to bake. Why not have a go? Happy Baking!

Crunchy, Delicious and Addictive Cookie

I love our local Nestle brand, the original cornflakes without added honey or sugar. It may taste a little bland but when I mix them with fresh chocolate milk, this breakfast cereal tasted AWESOME.

Another way to indulge ourselves with cornflakes is to turn them into crunchy and delightful melt in the mouth cookies coated with crushed cornflakes.

Yes, these Cornflake cookies are REALLY, REALLY crunchy, delicious and addictive.

Cornflake Cookies Contribution

I found this cornflake cookie recipe from the back of the Nestle cornflake box packaging. I love trying out different cookie recipes provided free from cornflake box. It was an enjoyable cookie baking with different ingredients but I do try my best to follow the cornflake cookie recipe as closely as possible.

I modified the recipe in order to reduce the fats and sweetness in my cookies. Anyway, they still turned out crunchy, delicious and the buttery taste was great!

Although the original recipe required more oil, I replaced it with butter, lighter in weight and gives buttery flavor.

Sugar content was originally castor sugar 100g but I had reduced it to 80g of icing sugar instead.

Cornflakes Nutrition Values:

  • Extremely high in folate

  • Rich in thiamine

  • Low in saturate fats

  • No calories

  • No Cholesterol

  • Niacin

  • Riboflavin

  • vitamin A

  • vitamin B

  • vitamin B12

Benefits of Consuming Cornflakes

Almost everyone loves cornflakes, especially kids and teens who love crunchy cornflakes mix with chopped fresh food and fresh milk for breakfast.

Cornflakes are cereals made from milled corn, fructose corn syrup and vitamin A,B,C,D and E.

They are many varieties of cornflake availble in the market to suit the taste buds of different consumers, ranging from kids to adults.

However, it is advisable to choose non-sugar coated cornflakes in order to cut down sugar intake.

Benefits of cornflakes are:

Induced alert mind

Feeling energetic

Improve cognitive skills especially kids and teens

Prevent heart diseases and high blood pressure

Produce hemoglobin, improve blood flow throughput the body

Cornflake Cookie Recipe

  • 120g butter ( original-120ml olive oil )
  • 1 egg ( grade A)
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 80g icing sugar ( original- 100g castor sugar )
  • 160g Self Raising Flour
  • 1 cup crushed cornflakes

  • Coating:
    half cup coarsely crushed cornflakes

Step-by-Step Instructions:

  • Beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy
  • Crack in egg ad vanilla essence. Mix well.

Add in Dry ingredients

  • Sieve in flour ( if you do not have Self raising flour, you could replace it with plain flour and 1 tsp of baking powder )
  • Add in crushed cornflakes and combine all ingredients well.

Roll into a ball

  • If the dough is soft, chill in the fridge for 20minutes.
  • Scoop up 1 tsp of cookie dough into a ball and coat each of it over crushed cornflakes.

Almost finish baking

  • Lightly flatten the cornflake cookie with the back of a fork.
  • Place the cookie dough on lightly greased baking sheet.

  • Bake 350F ( 200C) for 15-20 minutes until brownish in color.
  • Allow the cornflake cookies to cool on wired rack and store in air-tight container.
  • Makes approximately 50 cookies

Measurement conversion

120g = 4.2 ounce
80g = 2.8 ounce
160g = 5.6 ounce
1/2 cup = 15g = 0.4 ounce
1 cup = 25g = 0.9 ounce

Optional Additions:

If you are unable to buy cornflakes in your vicinity, you could replace it with :

  • Nestum cereals
  • raw oats, old fasioned oats
  • any breakfast cereals which are non-sugar coated
  • roasted nuts ( cashews, hazelnuts, almonds, peanuts, walnuts, sunflower seeds )
  • dried fruits ( cherries, raisins, sultanas, apricots, lemons, orange )

More recipes written by peachpurple

Walnut Biscuits

Cashew Nut Cookies

Sardine Buns

Barley Corn Soup

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author avatar Kingwell
24th Aug 2015 (#)

Sounds delicious. I enjoy Corn Flakes and may try this. Blessings.

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author avatar peachpurple
25th Aug 2015 (#)

thanks kingswell, my favorite with cookies and milk

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author avatar Nancy Czerwinski
24th Aug 2015 (#)

This sounds like an excellent recipe. I think my little ones would really love these. Thanks for sharing the conversion chart.

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author avatar peachpurple
25th Aug 2015 (#)

thanks nancy, I am sure all kids love cookies, you r welcome welcome

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author avatar Shamarie
24th Aug 2015 (#)


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author avatar peachpurple
25th Aug 2015 (#)

totally awesome, thanks shamarie

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author avatar Retired
25th Aug 2015 (#)

Thanks for sharing. My kids will surely love it

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author avatar peachpurple
25th Aug 2015 (#)

thanks angel, hope your kids will love eating nutritious food

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author avatar Carol Roach
26th Aug 2015 (#)

they sound delicious

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author avatar peachpurple
26th Aug 2015 (#)

thanks carol, how are you?

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author avatar Ptrikha
26th Aug 2015 (#)

Great recipe!

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author avatar peachpurple
26th Aug 2015 (#)

thanks ptrikha, care to try it out?

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
1st Sep 2015 (#)

Those look like good cookies, terrific recipe.

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author avatar peachpurple
1st Sep 2015 (#)

thanks mark for your encouraging words. Appreciated

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