Chocolate Nut Cornflake Cakes

It is Friday and it is March tomorrow, what better way to end the week and the month than with easy and delicious chocolate snacks? That is not really a question so do not answer it, the answer is there is no better way. So go buy some chocolate , pull out those old stale cornflakes we all have in the cupboard and get baking (well almost)! It is time to make Chocolate Nut Cornflake Cakes;

Ingredients

  • 300g of Whole Nut Milk Chocolate
  • 300g of Cornflakes
  • 2 tbsp of Golden Syrup
Chocolate Nut Cornflake Cakes
Chocolate Nut Cornflake Cakes

Method

  1. Break up the chocolate in a large glass bowl and add the golden syrup
  2. Melt over a pan of boiling water, continually stirring
  3. Once all of the chocolate has melted add the cornflakes gradually ensuring that all of them get covered in the chocolate mixture
  4. Then dish up the mixture into muffin cases, as large or small as you like, but I usually do around 2 heaped tablespoons in each
  5. Put them in the fridge for 45 minutes and allow to set
  6. Then enjoy!

I think these were probably the first thing and my favourite thing I made as a child and I do not think I have ever stopped making them! Simple and easy, it may not boast my baking skills but these Chocolate Nut Cornflake Cakes will always go down a treat. This recipe makes around 24 so it is perfect to make for a party or a really naughty night in! With Easter coming up, they are also great wih a couple of mini eggs placed on top whilst cooling for a holiday themed snack.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. LFFL says:

    Those looks good, girl!!

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