Corn flakes - 4 cups

Sugar - 2 cups

Karo syrup - 2 cups

Peanut butter - 2 cups

Start the stove eye on low, then add the 2 cups of sugar and 2 cups of Karo syrup. The consistency will be very thick and cloudy. Keep stirring and gradually turn up the heat. The mixture will soon thin out and began to bubble (or boil). At the first signs of boiling, take the pot off the heat.

After the pot is off the heat, add the 2 cups of peanut butter.

Stir in peanut butter until it has melted.

Now gradually add in the corn flakes, one cup at a time. To be honest, we add the corn flakes until we get the right consistency. There has to be an even amount of corn flakes versus peanut butter. If there is too much peanut butter and not enough cornflakes, you may have to use a spoon to eat it:) If there are too many corn flakes and not enough peanut butter, they may be a little dry:) Whatever works for you!

After the corn flakes are mixed in with the peanut butter, you can pour it onto a piece of wax paper to cool. After 10-15 minutes of cooling, roll them into balls. Or if you want the easy way out, pour the mixture into a pan to cool. Then cut them into squares.

We like to roll the balls and arrange them on a platter.

For as long as we can remember, corn flake clusters have been a delicious treat enjoyed by our entire family. They are wonderful for the holidays, teacher gifts, road trips and even the beach (one of our favorite places to eat them). If you love peanut butter, you will absolutely love this recipe.

Have fun and enjoy!


Anonymous said...

so, exactly where did all those little clusters go after you made them??? you know where i live. :)

Anonymous said...

Yummy. I think I have had these before at one of your houses! Makes me hungry! Love your new blog! Shannon

Joy said...

One of our faves that I often forget about. I think I'll get the stuff to make some this week =)

Julie Y. said...

I will so be making some of these!

Scarlett said...

Those look INCREDIBLE and not at all tempting to make and eat the entire pan! HA! I love how all of the ingredients just 'glisten' in the photos! I'll be making them soon! :)

Jen said...

Sounds too good to be true! I'll have to make these for the last day of school (only 4 days away)! Yay!!!

Anonymous said...

OMG i'm so excited i found this page i have been trying to find a website that shows me how to make these step by step WITH PICZ!

Anonymous said...

Made these, used 5 cups corn flakes. They are "gummy", but good. Should there have been more corn flakes added? Thanks. John

Silvia Jacinto said...

Eating is really one of my hobby i mean part of my life and cooking is my passion. I also love going to a place and at the same time taste their delicious and most wanted food.I want to taste something that is new to my palate. Thanks for sharing your article with us.



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