Thursday, July 4, 2013

Peanut Butter Cornflakes Cookies

This is the recipe for which I made peanut butter at home! These cookies are yummy, easy to make and absolutely no baking in required. Moreover, its a good option for between-meal munching. You can even modify it in several ways as per your preferences.

Lets not waste anymore time and jump to the recipe straightaway.....



Ingredients: (for 4 small sized cookies or 2 medium sized ones)

  1. Cornflakes - a handful  approximately 2 tbsp)
  2. Corn syrup - 2 tbsp (do not panic! If you do not have corn syrup, substitute with sugar syrup by dissolving 1 tbsp sugar in 2 tbsp water over heat)
  3. Sugar - 1 tbsp 
  4. Peanut butter - 2 tbsp

Method:

  1. Take the sugar syrup or corn syrup in a pan and put it on the flame.
  2. Add the sugar into the syrup and bring it to a boil. ( keep stirring)
  3. Remove it from heat and pour it into a bowl.
  4. Add peanut butter and mix well with a spoon.
  5. Now, add the corn flakes in the peanut butter mixture and gently stir, so that the mixture stick well on the cornflakes.
  6. Place spoonful of the cornflakes on butter paper (or well greased normal paper) aligned in a tray. [Repeat this till you have used up the whole mixture]
  7. Refrigerate it for a few hours and cookies will be ready.

P.S : Before refrigerating you can pour molten chocolate over your cookies and then follow the last step]



Hope you find this recipe interesting and may your creativity find way in modifying it! Happy Cooking.

18 comments:

  1. My son will surely love and enjoy these yummy cookies dear :-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Very glad that you enjoyed the post. Do let us know whether your son liked it :)

      Delete
  2. Looks really yummy! I will go try! Thanks Dear <3

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You're welcome :) Thanks for dropping by! ^_^

      Delete
  3. Such yummy looking crispies, rightly said...they are perfect for in between snacking, the only thing needed is to make a king sized batch of these munchies or you will run out of them soon... :-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So true :P the only thing that keeps a check on my binging habit is my ever increasing waist line :(

      Delete
    2. haha !! well said :) Thanks for liking the post :)

      Delete
  4. just mouthwatering....looks delicious!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Ah! totally loved it. Mouth watering indeed :)
    www.merrytummy.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  6. blog name was romantic really n cursor also luks cute....nice blog u have..BTW cookies luks Yummy :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you, thank you so, so much! They taste yummy too :)

      Delete
  7. Hi,check out our phokcha/golgappa recipe, sure you will like, let us know :-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Wow! I really must try this for the weekend. Sorry for becoming so infrequent, I just joined my new job :3

      Delete
  8. That's such a great news...All the best with your new job, we are sure the post will gain meaning with your sincere work...so this calls for a celebration right? try some phokchas for a real one :-)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you so much :) I was pretty busy and trying to sort out and settle into the new lifestyle. I believe everything will fall back in place once I get used to it.

      Delete

Would you try it? :)

Printfriendly

You might also like...

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Liked what you read? Get updates right in your inbox!

Labels

all purpose seasoning almonds aubergine baby prawn bacon baking cakes in microwave beating egg whites beef bell peppers beverage black pepper boneless bringal butter cabbage cake calamari cayenne powder chenna chestnut mushrooms chicken chicken kiev chicken wings chocolate chocolate biscuits chocolate ice cream chocolate milkshake chocolate syrup cilantro cocoa powder cold coriander leaves coriander powder coriander seeds corn flakes cornstarch crushed chillies cumin powder curd dessert dip dips sauces and seasonings dohi baigono doi begun easy Egg egg whites egg yolk eggplant eggs fish fish and seafood fish sauce flour folding folding mixtures into egg whites garlic garlic granules ginger gravy grill heavy cream honey kaffir lime leaves kebab kosha mangsho lemon lemon pepper seasoning lemon-grass lettuce lime long grain rice marinate mayonnaise melted butter melting butter melting chocolate microwave milk minced meat mint leaves momo mousse MSG mushrooms mustard mustard oil mustard with ale mutton naan noodles olive oil olives onion onion granules oregano oyster sauce pan-fry paprika parsley peanut peanut butter peri peri sauce pork pork sausages potato potato flakes powdered sugar recipe reshmi rosogolla salad Salmon seafood shrimps simple snack soup soy sauce spicy spring onion squid steam stiff peaks sugar sugar syrup sunflower oil tarragon techniques Thai tomato unsalted butter vanilla essence vanilla ice cream vegetable oil vegetarian vinegar wasabi white pepper whole cream milk winter recipe yoghurt