Peanut Butter Cornflake Cookies!





Introduction: Peanut Butter Cornflake Cookies!

This is a instructable explaining how to make delicious Peanut Butter Cornflake Cookies!  

Step 1:

                     1 Cup of Sugar
                     1 Cup of Karo
                     1&1/4 Cups of Peanut Butter
                     6 cups of Cornflakes

Step 2:

Add Sugar and Karo into a medium size pot, stir and bring to a boil!

Step 3:

Keep stirring until the sugar has mostly dissolved, when dissolved take the pot off the heat! 

Step 4:

Measure out Peanut Butter, stir with Karo and sugar till nice and creamy!

Step 5:

Add in Cornflakes 1 cup at a time, stirring after every cup! Keep stirring till all of the Cornflakes are covered in the Sugar, Karo and Peanut Butter mixture!

Step 6:

Drop golfball sized cokies onto a plate, let cool for 8 to 10 minutes!  Lastly, enjoy your amazing Peanut Butter Cornflake Cookies! 



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    simple cookies enjoy here

    I'll have to try these! Never had 'em but seems they would be delish

    Growing up we had these I'm school and they were called peanut butter chews. Yummy!!

    why is the corn syrup needed?

    Corn syrup. Usually light corn syrup. It's a brand name like kleenex or post-it.

    Cheers for that :-)
    It's a good job I realised the JIF was a brand name for peanut butter, being in New Zealand i would have ended up with cleaning fluid!

    Must must must try them! :)

    These look easy and yummers. I'm in Australia and never heard of Karo but read that I can substitute with dextrose or golden syrup.

    Those sound like the most delicious cookies! I've always loved the classic chocolate/peanut butter/oatmeal cookies, but I bet these blow those out of the water!

    Those sound great! I should make those up right now!

    Love these! I've tried to make these using condensed milk, but I think peanut butter's good with it :)