Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

This is another recipe I found in a church cookbook. I find a lot of good recipes in church cookbooks and this looks easy !


  1. Mix Karo and sugar, bring to a boil and boil 1 minute. Add peanut butter and Special K cereal. Drop by teaspoonful onto waxed paper.
  2. The recipe doesn't say how many cookies it makes. I'm guessing a couple of dozen.
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I got this recipe from my school lunch Feb 1963, Sunnyvale CA. So easy a 2nd grader could make it! I bet this one's been around the block a LONG time -- and it's still kid friendly for my grandkids.

lynnsloyer September 30, 2015

These are more like a candy than a cookie, but I'm not complaining! Super-simple to make, nothing too fancy, but they set up kind of like peanut butter fudge balls with crunch. I'm betting these would be really good with some mini M&M's or some Reese's Pieces mixed in too. I could see these being a great sleepover treat if you have preteens or teenagers (older kids could probably make these themselves, after a bit of instruction on handling the hot sugar mixture). Yummy, thanks for posting! Made for PAC Spring 2013

Muffin Goddess March 26, 2013