Original recipe yields 48 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Pretty good recipe, very tasty cookies, but 375 for 12-15 minutes is too hot and too long. 350 for 10-12 minutes,,
This recipe was great! They were crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. My family loves them! I added coconut, substituted cinnamon chips, and omitted the nuts. I will make them ag...
These cookies were not good at all. I am so sad that I wasted my chocolate chips on this recipe. I think 375 was way too hot- after only 8 min. they were dark brown. I really don't even think...
SOooo good. I made these for a physics class party and they dissappeared in no time! My family loves them. I omitted the nuts
Excellent! Exactly what I was looking for: crunchy yet chewy. Love the chocolate chips. I increased the cornflakes to 2 cups and decreased bake time to 9 minutes. The family loves these cookies!
It's good. 1/2'd the recipe. I didn't use canola oil, only margarine. Added a scoop of PB, but think it's better without. A handful of coconut, and used Honey Almond Cluster cereal (and was t...
These cookies were so good! They had a great taste and a good texture. My husband is pretty picky with cookie texture and this cookie had a nice combo of chewy and crispy. Thanks!
I've never been very good at making cookies but these turned out fine. I was even happier that everyone liked them and they all got eaten.
I knew when the batter tasted good that the cookies would be great. The crunch of the corn flakes really adds to the cookie.