Cornflake Cookies Recipe
In Malaysia, Chinese New Year is about cookie baking and kuih (local sweet cakes) making and cornflake cookie is one of the most popular Chinese New Year cookie recipes.
Cornflake cookies are absolutely delightful, crunchy, and addictive.
These butter-rich cookies are rolled with crunchy cornflakes so every bite is a perfect crunch. The cookie also melts in your mouth.
They are just absolutely delicious!
In this post, you will find an easy and fail proof cornflake cookie recipe.
How to Make Cornflake Cookies?
This cornflake cookies recipe was contributed by Ho Siew Loon.
To make the cookies, beat butter and sugar until the mixture becomes pale and creamy.
Add vanilla essence and stir in lightly beaten eggs. Fold in the flour and corn flour.
Using a small ice cream scoop, scoop out about 1 teaspoon of the cookie dough and roll it with crushed cornflakes.
Bake in the oven and you will have these golden color cornflake cookies.
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe yields a lot of cookies, enough for 6 people. Each serving is 598 calories.
Chinese New Year Cookie Recipes
In Malaysia, there are many popular Chinese New Year recipes. Here are some of my favorites and must-have during the festivities:
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- 200 g unsalted butter
- 150 g sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
- 2 eggs (lightly beaten)
- 300 g all-purpose flour
- 30 g corn starch
- 60 g cornflakes, coarsely crushed
- Beat butter and sugar until pale and creamy. Add vanilla essence. Stir in the eggs.
- Fold in the flour and corn starch. (Mixture must not stick to the hands when touched.)
- Using an ice cream scoop, scoop out about 1 teaspoon of the cookie dough. Roll each dough balls with the crushed cornflakes.
- Transfer the cookies to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake for 25 minutes at 350°F (175°C) or until golden brown.
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