Aug 13, 2011

No Bake Sticky Cornflakes Bar

Sticky Cornflakes Bar

I bought a huge packet of cornflakes last month,and totally forgot about that...This month I bought another packet of it..What will I do with such a lot of cornflakes,I started using it in baking and other recipes...This is one such recipe....It is a sticky bar...This one don’t set like normal bars,it will be quite loose...The marshmallow I use is Pink coloured one..This is what available in our super market..The advantage of that colour is it gives the bar a natural pink colour...You could use anything that is available in your store...So go ahead and try this one and let me know what you think..

I have still lot of cornflakes,What can I do with that...Any Idea???


Marshmallows-1 cup
Sugar-1/2 cup
Cornflakes-3 cups
Butter-2 tblspn
Tutti frutti-4 tblspn
Vanilla-1 tsp


Take Marshmallow,butter,sugar,vanilla in a sauce pan and melt it over low heat...

Add crushed cornflakes and tutti frutti in this and mix well..

Tip this in a well buttered pan and press it lightly.

Set this in freezer for 30 mins..

Cut into squares and enjoy..


Grab your ingrediants

Butter your pan

Melt marshmallow,butter and sugar

Melt it down..

add in tutti fruitti...

now throw in cornflakes...

mix well

tip this in a pan and set in freezer

Cut into squares and enjoy...


Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said... Best Blogger Tips

Sounds like a good way to use up surplus flakes to me :-) Diane

Kalpana Sareesh said... Best Blogger Tips

Awesome looks so yummy n good n way to use these corn flakes..

lola said... Best Blogger Tips

estupendo ese dulce, creo que puedes darle utilidad a los copos de maiz triturandolos con mantequilla y usandolo como base de tarta


dwidlebug said... Best Blogger Tips

I have lots of cornflakes sitting on the pantry, I don't know what to do with it. Thanks for the idea! Look yummy!

Priya said... Best Blogger Tips

Bars looks extremely fabulous..

Cooking Creation said... Best Blogger Tips

Yum! These sound delicious! I like to use crushed up cornflakes along with some other ingredients to bread my deep-fried chicken.

Laxmi said... Best Blogger Tips

Simply love it.. Perfect for b'day or party celebration.. kids would love this for sure..

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Dzoli said... Best Blogger Tips

Great way to feed our kids something healthy:)

kasihredha said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy yummy

rajee said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi Aarthi
Cornflakes bar looks so good.
I think you should reduce sugar or no need of sugar. I usually make without sugar. Marshmellow sweet is enough for the setting and for the taste. anyway you did add other sweet stuff too.


Sunshine said... Best Blogger Tips

how cute! great recipe!

Emily of The Best of this Life said... Best Blogger Tips

oh my goodness, pink cornflake bars - that's wild!!
I bet kids would go crazy for these :)

I love chocolate covered cornflake clusters....those are yummy!

xo Emily Lynne

Sharmilee! :) said... Best Blogger Tips

Interesting n yummy bars!!

Archana said... Best Blogger Tips

Hmm gives me an idea to finish the packet lying in the kitchen.

Lizzy said... Best Blogger Tips

Oh, yeah, my kids would gobble these up...and I couldn't resist, either!

Claire said... Best Blogger Tips

mmmm they look so good!

Ramya said... Best Blogger Tips

No baking n no cooking:-) What a simple n yummy dish

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks for the idea lola and Cooking Creation..They sounds great

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said... Best Blogger Tips

Yum, love this idea of making it into bars. I do not use corn flakes much than eating it as cereal. You can always crush them into coarse powder and use it as a crust for something or even instead of bread crumbs.

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

Yes that sounds like a good idea priya

Hari Chandana said... Best Blogger Tips

Sounds interesting.. thanks for the recipe dear :)
Indian Cuisine

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Wht else can be used instead of marshmellow I am nt getting it in market

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

@AnonymousI think you can use condensed milk. But not sure..