How To Make Old-School Cornflake Candy

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As a kid, I ate a bowl of Cornflakes almost every single morning. Although I don’t eat cereal for breakfast much anymore, I always get a warm wave of nostalgia when I pass by the boxes of Cornflakes in the grocery store. If you, too, are a lover of Cornflakes and nostalgia, I’m willing to bet you’ll be interested in the dessert I’m about to share with you all today.

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The delicious dessert connoisseurs over at Southern Living created an old-fashioned Cornflake candy recipe that’s the perfect thing to whip up just in time for the holidays. With just four simple ingredients and no bake time required, this recipe is as simple as it is mouthwatering and sweet.

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Cornflake candy is made similarly to drop cookies, where all you have to do is mix together the ingredients and drop a cluster onto a lined baking sheet. Let them cool, and they’re ready to eat! You could also add in melted white chocolate dyed with red or green to make these treats especially festive (like the wreath and Christmas tree shapes below!). Actually, you could pretty much add in anything and these Cornflake candies would still be delicious.

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Check out this link for the full list of ingredients and step-by-step instructions from Southern Living. In the weeks leading up to the holidays, I always find myself baking treats like snickerdoodles, gingerbread, and chocolate chip cookies. And now, I’ll certainly be adding these old-school Cornflake candies to my list of holiday treats!