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???

Ingrediants:

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

Method:

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..

Pictorial:

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...

24 comments:

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

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

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


    ¡¡besos¡¡

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

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  5. Bars looks extremely fabulous..

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

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

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  8. BEM ORIGINAL A SUA SUGESTÃO.
    GOSTEI E ACHO QUE IA GOSTAR.
    BOM FIM DE SEMANA
    BJS

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  9. Great way to feed our kids something healthy:)

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  10. 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.


    rajee

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  11. 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

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

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

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

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

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  16. 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.

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  17. Yes that sounds like a good idea priya

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

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

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

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