Purim Corn Flakes

Purim Corn Flakes

1 cup corn syrup
1 cup peaunut butter
1 cup sugar
5 cups Corn Flakes
125 g semi-sweet chocolate

Put the corn syrup, peanut butter and sugar into a medium sized pot and let it boil. Remove it from the fire and add the Corn Flakes. Mix well. Pour it into a medium pan. Melt the chocolate on a double boiler and spread it over the Corn Flakes. Cut in squares.
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Mr. Spock U.S.S Enterprise January 7, 2017

Not logical. They're too good. I might eat too many of these then Captain Curk would fire me from the Enterprise. I LOVE THESE THINGS!!!!!!! Reply

Hadassah New Mexico USA February 20, 2013

YUM! My mother used to make these when I was younger, minus the chocolate.. These are delicious!!! Reply

caleb arther james d.lo, miss February 14, 2012

Purim Corn Flakes it sounds realy good . Reply

Anonymous wallingofrd, ct February 19, 2010

corn syrup I am a licensed ND and I can assure you that the cause of childhood obesity is not simply due to corn syrup - corn syrup is merely getting the blame. It burns the same as other sweeteners- and it acts similarly-
I have diabetes as does my 8 year old but I have done a great deal of study on this. It is just a sweetener from a different means. Honey is sweeter and has many more calories. Reply

Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org via sbchabad.org March 24, 2008

Corn Syrup You can substitute the corn syrup with honey. Reply

Tamar Handelman Santa Barbara, Ca via sbchabad.org March 20, 2008

corn flakes Is there anything else that can be used in this recipe besides corn syrup? This is not a healthy ingredient and is a major suspect in causing obesity in children of our country. Reply

MALLORY Baltimore, MD March 19, 2008

Corn flakes i like corn flake but these look the best

Anonymous St.Paul, M.N via kids.tzivoshashem.org March 16, 2008

it looks so good Reply

Lisa Providence, RI April 13, 2007

Purim Corn Flakes The recipe may be named corn flakes, but the picture above looks like frosted corn flake brownies! Reply