Cornflakes Cookies

2009 October 2

Cornflakes Cookies is one of the usual cookies served during the season of festivities such as Idul Fitri, Christmas and Chinese New Year in Indonesia. It is really simple to make and always becomes a crowd favourite.

I used to make this back in Indonesia using Kellogs Corflakes. However, I just realized that the cornflakes sold in Australia is so much thinner and crispier, which made me ending up with adding another 250 gr of melted dark cooking chocolate. That amount was not enough and I have to bind them together again with a drizzle of dark cooking chocolate after they were placed in the cupcake liners. My husband said that the one in Australia tastes better than the Indonesian one, because the chocolate is more and the cornflake is crispier.

Cornflakes Cookies


  • 300 gr cornflakes
  • 200 gr roasted cashew, chopped
  • 500 gr dark cooking chocolate (I used 750 gr)
  • thousands for sprinkles


  1. Melted the chocolate and let it cool off slightly.
  2. In a big bowl, mix the cashew and cornflakes together.
  3. Drizzle the melted chocolate on top and mix it until well combined.
  4. Sprinkles thousands on top.

Preparation time (duration): 30

Culinary tradition: Indonesian

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