33 Reviews

I made these for my peanut butter loving daughter. I used 1 cup of pb chips and 1 cup butterscotch chips. She loved them. Next time I will reduce the cornflakes by about a cup. Personally, I love the butterscotch chips better. These are very good and do not pull your fillings out like other recipes I've tried. 8-)

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Sunshynetoo June 30, 2003

We love these! I've heard them called Tiger Claws before, but I'm not sure where that name came from!

We followed the recipe exactly, but we don't make them as bar treats. We put them on a wax paper-covered cookie sheet in spoonfuls, then put the cookie sheet in the fridge for about an hour. This makes them form into smaller individual treats that aren't as big as bars. It works better with little kid hands!

I had lost the quantities for each ingredient. Thanks for posting this recipe!

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Sixfoot September 02, 2012

I was excited to make these as a treat for my daughter and I. I'm sad to say that they did not go over well with either one of us. I followed the recipe precisely and cannot figure out the buzz surrounding this dish. It was fair at best.

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dorisfarrar July 01, 2011

Tasty and very easy. Had a problem with the mixture crumbling even after being chilled, I could not have cut it into bars, but the kids just ate it in handfuls. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama June 16, 2011

Oh, yum! Absolutely delicious! The only thing I would change is doubling the batch next time, as these were pretty thin and I prefer thicker bars (like rice crispy treats). This will definitely be a favorite!

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Baking Bunny February 18, 2010

This recipe could not be any easier! I needed a no-bake cookie recipe as I was making Christmas cookies with my kindergarten class. They loved these butterscotch treats. Thank you for the recipe!

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AnnaLulu December 21, 2009

Very good! I used frosted flakes because thats all we had so they were really rich.I cant wait to try them with corn flakes.Thanks for the recipe.

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i-lovejesus November 27, 2009

I make these for pot-lucks or family gatherings and they are always the first dessert to go! I usually put less cereal in to make it sweeter. I tried Cheerios instead of Cornflakes once and didn't like it as much.

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heatherocks March 30, 2009

Yum! These count as breakfast, right? Great way to use up leftover cereal.

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momofknt January 14, 2009

These were great!! Easy and delicious. I also had a problem with them crumbling instead of staying in squares but nobody cared! Thanks so much for the recipe!!

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Kira #1 January 11, 2009
Butterscotch Treats