Corn Flake Treats

"Delicious, chewy treat. Better than rice krispy treats. We have used Cheerios too."
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  • Melt butter in a large saucepan over low heat.
  • Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Working quickly, add corn flakes , and stir until the cereal is well coated.
  • Using a buttered spatula or buttered fingers, press the mixture evenly into a greased 13 by 9 by 2 inch pan.
  • When the treats are cooled, cut into squares.
  • Serve, and enjoy!

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  1. Amy C.
    I've made these for years, and these are the ratios I use. Choose your brand of cornflakes carefully--I find Kellogg's to be too thin & dry (they shatter when you are blending them). Also, just as you take the marshmellow/butter mixture from the heat, ADD 1 t. of flavor extract (almond is our favorite, but vanilla is good too), and a few drops of food color if you like. We often add green food color, shape it into a Wreath, and press red gumdrops into the top :-)
  2. Rosa G.
    Didn't like the recipe a lot, I think rice krispies treats taste better.
  3. martina
    Very easy to make. I added a hand full of chocolate chips before pouring into the pan. I made these for a Senior get together. The comments were, I haven’t had these in years, yummy!
  4. Kayla F.
    Yummy...but way too gooey. Didn't form into anything, couldn't cut in to squares as it just fell apart. But still yummy!
  5. GingerlyJ
    a very good and different take on Cereal treats, sweet and Gooey


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