Grandma's Corn Flake Cookies
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- Ready In:
- Cream butter and sugars; add eggs and vanilla.
- Sift together salt, soda, and flour; stir in.
- Fold in Corn Flakes and nuts.
- Drop by teaspoonfuls on greased cookie sheets.
- Flatten slightly and bake at 350 for 10 minutes, or until light brown.
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DS loves these (he had them for a bedtime snack AND for breakfast.) Following other reviewer's comments I omitted the walnuts, upped the amount of corn flakes and flour, and added some cinnamon. In my oven they were ready in 7 minutes. I made a log of half the dough and froze it. Nice to enjoy a corn flake cookie without coconut for a change. Thanks.
I made these cookies on a very humid, rainy day, so I probably should have added more flour. I also discovered that the walnuts I had were smelling a bit rancid, so they were tossed rather than used. I did have 1/2+ cup of toffee chips left from another recipe, so added those instead. The cookies turned out to be thin and very, very crispy. Almost like a lace cookie texture, which I loved. I also discovered that you shouldn't crowd the pan when placing these cookies. They cook up much better with ample space in between. In any case I truly love them. The flavor is outstanding and the crunch is very satisfying. I know they'll be even better with the walnuts. And I got something like 90 cookies, using my PC cookie scoop!!