4 Reviews

Very easy recipe. At first bite, I thought they weren't sweet enough. But I couldn't stop eating them. I halved the recipe, and barely had enough left for my son to have a few. Thanks for sharing! Made for ZWT8.

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breezermom August 12, 2012

I found a recipe to use all the leftover weetbix, but it is of no use.
I don't know what type of flour to use.
I thought only some of the USA websites did this!
Come on Aussies!
We have PLAIN and SELF RAISING flour in recipes and it is USUALLY always stated.

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Louise Makin January 31, 2013

An easy recipe for biscuits/cookies that was enjoyed by my family. As I am gluten-free I couldn't try these, but my husband and daughters give you 5 stars. We got 27 cookies from the recipe- and made as written. Added the egg after the butter and sugar was creamed. Photo also to be posted. Reviewed for ZWT8 Australia/NZ region

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**Jubes** August 04, 2012

Sorry but I absentmindedly dropped the pecans into the batter in the food processor !! But the cookies turned out really well and tasted delicious. They looked like they may have been dryish but that was not the case at all. You can definitely taste the weet bix. I took them to work and everyone loved them. I am always keen to cook with cereals as it sort of healthifies baked goods - extra fibre too !! Made for ZWT8.

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katew August 03, 2012
Pecan Weet-Bix Cookies