No-Bake Chocolate Crunch Cookies


I found this recipe via Savory Sweet Life. Not only is there no baking involved, but these cookies only call for three ingredients. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Ingredients:
  • 1 1/2 cups chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 3 cups corn flakes cereal
As usual, I doubled the recipe.

Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. Add the peanut butter. Mix until well combined.

Fold in the corn flakes until evenly coated.

Using a tablespoon, drop the mixture on to wax paper or parchment lined cookie sheets.

Allow these to cool in the fridge or the freezer until hard. Enjoy with a huge glass of milk!

26 comments:

  1. Perfect, thanks so much for posting this! I have a box of corn flakes that I just became sick of eating and didn't know what to do with. I'll make these!

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  2. I have some cornflakes left over from Christmas baking and this looks like the perfect thing to do with them!

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  3. Nothing beats this recipe...This is simply the best! The ingredients...the flavor combo and the easy prep!Really a winner. Thanks for sharing

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  4. thanks for sharing!! i just made them (but with special k) and they're SO delicious!

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  5. Looks delicious. Would love for you to share your pictures with us over at foodepix.com.

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  6. Simpliciti! Braveaux! Muntiblacil!

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  7. Saw these on foodgawker and they looked so delicious. I'm going to have to try these, thanks for the quick and easy recipe!

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  8. Another version.

    1 Small box Special K (reg or chocolate chip)

    1 Package of Butterscotch Chips

    1 Cup Peanut butter.

    Delicious!!!!

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  9. I posted a similar recipe yesterday--using Kashi Go Lean Crunch cereal for added protein andd fiber-and with crushed almonds instead of peanut butter. delicious.

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  10. These look yummy! And I love that they are no-bake; that means I don't have to heat up our house by turning on the oven this summer! Genius!

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  11. I made these but with a twist. with raisin bran instead of frosted flakes and they were amazing(:

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  12. Omg sooo good! Just made them with Honey Nut Chex WOW yum yum yum!!!!

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    1. I'm glad you liked them, Lisa! Chex sounds like a delicious substitute!

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  13. I did somthing similar growing up, but used toasted coconut instead of cereal. Sometimes it was just chocolate and toasted coconut, but we did use peanut butter most of the time too. Always loved them during the holidays!

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    1. That sounds like a good addition! I might have to make some this Christmas. :)

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  14. Lovely, tasty and above all convenient to make...thanks simply thankful for this no-baking idea...!!!

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  15. I will try this one....look so delicious....

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  16. Made these delicious cookies last year during the holidays. They were the first request for holiday cookies this year. Thanks for sharing. Roxid

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    1. Glad you enjoyed them! I might have to make some this year too. :)

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  17. do you all store these in the fridge?

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    1. You only really need to store them in the fridge if the peanut butter you used needs to be refrigerated or if it's hot outside.

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  18. Approximately how many cookies is the recipe for?

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  19. My son just informed me that not only was he going to bbq dinner (he loves doing it and I love the break from cooking lol) and that he had invited his girlfriend and her son over too which is fine with me. However, I needed a bit of a dessert to go with the meal and she's not only gluten intolerant but lactose intolerant too which can make it a tad difficult to find something she can enjoy as well. I found your recipe on Pinterest and thought I would give it a try. Instead of cookies, since I'm a bit short on time I just pressed it into a 9" square pan and topped it with a few chocolate sprinkles I found in the cupboard. Looks like a success! Thanks for a great recipe that we all can enjoy including her son - I mean what child DOESN'T like chocolate and peanut butter lol

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    1. I'm so glad this recipe helped! I'm sure the dinner (and dessert) was delicious! :)

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