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Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes (No Bake Recipe)

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Want to involve your kids in cooking or looking for some activities to keep them busy then try this 2 ingredient Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes or Chocolate Cornflakes Cakes.

Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes Cakes Arranged in a muffin tray and few on top. They are served with sprinklers on top and with a cute little soft toy

They are Simple, quick and yummy and require little or no supervision depending on age. This is my son’s recipe which generally he makes with rice crisp. We did not had any rice krispie so we substituted it with cornflakes. 


#LittleChefs

So why am I talking about cooking with kids today? This week’s 243 theme for foodiemonday is #littlechefs. Recipes which kids can cook with or without supervision. The theme was suggested by Priya who blogs at The World Through my Eyes and I am in love with her Bread Pizza with Chutney.

Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes arranged in a muffin tray and few on top. They are served with sprinklers on top


Activities with kids

I always say that get your kids involved in cooking. Yes it is a mess it is fussy at times, but then worth it. You create wonderful memories and also they learn a lot and something which will be used throughout their life.

I have involved my kids at a very young age. When they were babies they used to play with the dough and make small roti on their playing rolling board. This helped me to make my stuff while keeping them busy and they used to think they are helping mumma.

Like for 3-5 yr old it can be simple activities like cracking an egg, putting flour, masalas or adding any stuff in a bowl, opening packets and refilling bottles or jars, etc.

Cornflakes Cakes Arranged in a muffin tray

My son has been involved happily in baking with me since he was 4.5. I have a video where he was happily mixing the batter using a hand mixer, of course with supervision.

He even loves to help me in Indian cooking and can shape and make dosa (pic on Instagram), make roti, and even snacks like matri. He has even cooked roti 3-4 times and once he wanted to fry at the age of 8. I was very apprehensive for this, but helped him with 1 batch with supervision.

So enough of bragging about my son and lets come to the point. When I told this to my so about the theme he first wanted to make a cake and then he shifted to cookies. We were about to start but then suddenly he remembered this chocolate crisp. 

I was happy as that was way quicker, plus the younger one wanted to help his brother too. So something which both can do without any fights or complaints.

Another Closer Up Look of Cornflakes Cakes


Recipes which my son made and are on my blog

I have few recipes where it was made by my son from scratch with little supervision. These Chocolate Chip Cookies and Eggless Whole Wheat Chocolate Cupcakes. He also bakes his Double Chocolate Whole Wheat Banana Cake.


Today’s Recipe

So today’s recipe of Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes is quite simple. All you have to do is melt chocolate and add lightly crush cornflakes. Mix everything and let it set. That’s it. One can add butter and sweetener in this recipe, I have not added as I wanted to use 100 percent my son’s recipe. Also we have used milk chocolate here which has some portion of sugar so sugar actually is not required.

Chocolate Cornflakes Cakes arranged in circle with sprinklers on top

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    Here is the recipe for Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes:

    Ingredients

    • 2 Cups Cornflakes – Approximately 100 grams
    • 140 grams Milk Chocolate – Approximately ½ Cup when melted
    • Colourful Chocolate Sprinklers (Just for garnish and optional)

    Preparation

    • Arrange cupcake molds with cupcake liners.
    • In a bowl add the Cornflakes. Lightly crush it with your hand. (One can use as is also)
    Cornflakes
    • Cut the chocolate in small pieces. Melt it in a microwave or a double boiler.
    Melting of Chocolate


    • Once the chocolate is melted, add in the crushed cornflakes.
    Kids adding the cornflakes into melted chocoalte
    • Mix everything nicely.
    Mixing of Cornflakes with Chocolate
    • Take 1-2 spoons of mixture and add in individual cupcake liners.
    • If you are adding Chocolate sprinklers add it now.
    Cornflakes Chocolate mix being added in the cupcake liners
    • Let it set for 20-30 minutes. If you have a warm climate, let it sit in the fridge for 10 minutes.
    • Store it in an airtight container, If warm store that in the fridge. 
    • Enjoy. 
    Close up look of the cornflakes cakes

    Notes

    • 1 Cup = 235 ml
    • Dark or milk chocolate can be used.
    • Use a good quality chocolate.
    • Instead of Cornflakes Rice Krispies can be used.


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    Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes or Chocolate Cornflakes Cakes is a quick and easy 2 ingredient recipe which can be made and enjoyed by kids and adults.
    Cornflakes Cakes Arranged in a muffin tray

    Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes (No Bake Recipe)

    Crunchy Chocolate Cornflakes is a quick and easy 2 ingredient recipe which can be made and enjoyed by kids and adults.
    4.93 from 13 votes
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    Course: Dessert, Snacks
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: Chocolate, Cooking with Kids, Cornflakes, Kids, No Bake
    Prep Time: 5 minutes
    Cook Time: 2 minutes
    Resting Time: 10 minutes
    Servings: 10 Cakes
    Author: Renu Agrawal-Dongre

    Ingredients

    • 2 Cups Cornflakes – Approximately 100 grams
    • 140 grams Milk Chocolate – Approximately ½ Cup when melted
    • Colourful Chocolate Sprinklers (Just for garnish and optional

    Instructions

    • Arrange cupcake moulds with cupcake liners.
    • In a bowl add the Cornflakes. Lightly crush it with your hand. (One can use as is also)
    • Cut the chocolate in small pieces. Melt it in a microwave or a double boiler.
    • Once the chocolate is melted, add in the crushed cornflakes.
    • Mix everything nicely.
    • Take 1-2 spoons of mixture and add in individual cupcake liners.
    • If you are adding Chocolate sprinklers add it now.
    • Let it set for 20-30 minutes. If you have a warm climate, let it sit in the fridge for 10 minutes.
    • Store it in an airtight container, If warm store that in the fridge.
    • Enjoy.

    Notes

    • 1 Cup = 235 ml
    • Dark or milk chocolate can be used.
    • Use a good quality chocolate.
    • Instead of Cornflakes Rice Krispies can be used.
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    hannah

    Tuesday 8th of September 2020

    how do you keep them crispy/crunchy? mine became really hard and soggy :(

    Renu Agrawal Dongre

    Thursday 10th of September 2020

    Hi, I did not get it. How can it be hard and soggy at the same time?

    waagmi

    Tuesday 9th of June 2020

    One more bookmarked recipe for me....you are amazing renu with ur recipes...bingo

    Sasmita

    Sunday 26th of April 2020

    my boy also loves to play with the atta dough. each day he makes few small panipuri shaped rotis by his palms. So happy to know that your both kids are involved here to make these crunchy chocolate cornflakes. much easy and loved by any age group sure !

    Renu Agrawal-Dongre

    Wednesday 29th of April 2020

    Thank You

    Vasusvegkitchen

    Sunday 26th of April 2020

    Wow your kids enjoying Renu, chocolate cornflakes looks very crunchy, delicious and easy to prepare. Yes surely all kids love to have it and prepare it. Nice recipe Renu

    Renu Agrawal-Dongre

    Wednesday 29th of April 2020

    Thank You

    Preethicuisine

    Saturday 25th of April 2020

    Chocolate cornflakes look so wonderful and delicious. So much fun to involve kids while cooking. It will be useful when they grow up.

    Renu Agrawal-Dongre

    Wednesday 29th of April 2020

    Thank You