Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins
Baptist Church in South, Coffeyville church dinner. Eunice made, and they were the first cookies to leave the table. Great recipe, but fattening.
- Bring sugar and caro syrup to a boil and remove from fire.
- Mix in peanut butter and corn flakes.
- Spoon out on wax paper.
- Let stand till slightly firm.
- You can also use any kind of cereal that you like for this recipe.
I have been looking FOREVER for this recipe. Thank you for posting it! YUM! I can't wait to prepare and share!
Made as a bar in a 15x9 jelly roll pan. I was shy 1 c cornflakes, so I used 5 c cornflakes and 1 c Golden Grahams. After cooling I drizzled with a bit of chocolate. They are like a candy bar, but a million times better than anything you can get at the store.
These are really good! Mine turned out really chewy, with an almost nougat-like consistency. I started out scooping them into small balls with a cookie scoop but the mixture hardened and my scoop froze up before I could finish (hint - work fast!). I would suggest flattening them slightly before they cool just to make them easier to eat. They were sweet but not overly so -- somewhere between a cookie and a candy but leaning more towards the candy side. They may be fattening but with the cereal and peanut butter they make a great breakfast on the run. Thanks for posting!