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Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies Recipe

If you love corn flakes and chocolate chips cookies, then you are guaranteed to love this easy to bake corn flakes chocolate chips cookies.

These cookies were all the rage back when I was still a little kid in grade school. I have never seen these sold in the States, and even back home in Indonesia, this stuff is next to impossible to buy nowadays.

Luckily they are the easiest thing to bake. If you can bake a batch of chocolate chips cookies, you can definitely bake a batch of corn flakes chocolate chips cookies.

Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies

What you need

Those that bake chocolate chips cookies AND eat corn flakes for breakfast regularly will most likely have everything ready to go.

Just from the title, you know you will need corn flakes and chocolate chips.

You will also need all-purpose flour, baking powder, butter, egg, confectioners sugar, vanilla, and salt.

Simple stuff, really.

Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies

Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies

If you own an electric mixer and a medium-size cookie scoop, mixing and shaping these cookies will be a breeze. But you can still mix the cookie dough without an electric mixer, in which case a spatula will be your best friend.

You can shape the cookie with nothing but 2 spoons, one to scoop out some cookie dough, and the other to help push the dough on to baking sheet. Your cookies might not be as pretty (or regular) if you use spoons, but they should still taste mighty delicious, which is the whole point of baking these in the first place.

Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies

Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies

These cookies don’t expand during baking

I hate it when cookies recipes don’t tell me beforehand whether the cookie dough will expand or not during baking, so I will let you know so you can space your cookies accordingly on your baking sheet.

These cookies don’t expand at all. They will retain their shape before and after baking.

If you use a medium-size cookie scoop, you will end up with 24 cookies.

Technically you can bake the whole lot in a half-sheet pan. But I like to bake them in two half-sheet pans to ensure enough heat circulates and my cookies bake evenly. If you want to crowd them in one pan, proceed at your own risk 🙂

Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies

Corn Flakes Chocolate Chips Cookies

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Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Chips Rolls Recipe

If you cook Chinese dishes regularly, chances are high that you have Chinese five spice powder stocked in your pantry. This Chinese five spice chocolate chips rolls is probably something most would not think to attempt, but once you give it a try, it seems such an obvious thing to do. It elevates the more ubuquitous cinnamon rolls that we all know and love into something that is slightly more exotic, plus you get to finish that bottle of Chinese five spice powder for once.

Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Chips Rolls

Chinese five spice powder

Cinnamon is one of the ingredients in Chinese five spice powder, along with star anise, cloves, Sichuan pepper, and fennel seeds. Once you take a bite into this bread, you immediately detect the familiar cinnamon aroma. The other four ingredients will of course be present, but I promise it won’t be that weird at all. So please give this a try 🙂 Of course, if you don’t already have some Chinese five spice powder at home, just use the same amount of cinnamon powder and make this into regular cinnamon rolls instead.

Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Chips Rolls

Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Chips Rolls

Chocolate chips > glazing

Most cinnamon rolls you see comes with the requisite white glazing on top. I don’t exactly hate it per say, but my hubby always complains that he doesn’t like it. Cinnamon rolls are generally okay even without those glazing, but here I use chocolate chips instead of glazing to provide the sugar rush. He loves this version much better since he loves all things chocolate. And I love it too since it means less work for me not having to make the glazing. Most importantly though, chocolate chips pair surprisingly well with the Chinese five spice powder.

Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Chips Rolls

Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Chips Rolls

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