Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 12 mins

I promise people's eyes will roll to the back of their head when they try these! This recipe was passed on to me from a very nice visit to one of my mom's best friends; it was her daughter's invention. So there you go!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a bowl the size of a bucket, throw in every ingredient.
  2. Wearing thin plastic gloves, mix it all up with your hands, until blended, without smashing the cereal or chips.
  3. Place cookie-sized balls on greased baking sheets.
  4. Press to flatten.
  5. Bake at 350°F for 10-12 minutes.


Most Helpful

Excellent recipe! This makes a lot more than 36 cookies (I got 96!), but since they all disappeared quickly, I don't think I will cut this recipe in half .. thanks

najwa December 22, 2003

i have twice tried to make cookies w/ cornflakes and both time they turn soggy and chewy and not very fun to eat. this cookie was no exception.. the cookie was good but the flakes were not. i subbed walnuts for the coconut and threw in some reeses pieces. that was really good i really liked the texture the walnuts gave it. i also used wheat flour. the cookie tasted pretty good besides the tough chewiness of the flakes.. maybe that is how it is suppose to be and i just dont like it. i was expecting a crunch. thanks for a new exp.

sprue July 16, 2007

These were great. I made them and sent some to Iraq for a coworker who is there and took some to work with me for everyone to enjoy and they did just that. Thank you for a great recipe.

Gingerbear April 30, 2006

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