Ever since I was a kid I have loved chocolate Cornflake bites, my mom would make them once every few weeks, they are delicious and something that has been passed down through the family. Now that I have my own little minions I am keeping up the tradition, not only is this recipe delicious but it’s super easy and it’s something the kids can help make and you can all spend some quality family time in the kitchen. These Cornflake bites are chocolaty, crispy and have an amazing syrupy flavor that pairs well with some Dunkin Donuts Dark Roast coffee!
This recipe only requires Kellog’s Cornflakes, Hersheys Chocolate Bars and Hungry Jack Honey Maple Syrup, as I mentioned it’s a super easy recipe and makes about 15 Cornflake Bites!
Here are step by step instructions!
Melt down 4 or 5 Hersheys King Size chocolate bars at a low heat in a pot until all of the chocolate is melted and easily drips off a spoon. Once the chocolate is melted transfer it to a bowl, be sure to scrape out any excess chocolatey goodness!
Add about 1 Cup of Hungry Jack Honey Maple Syrup, this will help the crispy bites stick together and also add the most delicious mouthwatering flavor! Stir it in with the chocolate until it’s well mixed together.
Mix 3 cups of cornflakes into the syrup and chocolate then roll them into little balls once the bites are covered with the mix!
Transfer them to a plate and leave them in the fridge for at least 15 minutes, then you are ready to indulge!
I love a little bite of chocolate in the morning with my Dunkin Donuts coffee, they pair amazingly and give me that added energy boost I need to get through the busy mornings!
- 3 Cups of Kellog’s Cornflakes
- 4 or 5 Large Hershey’s Chocolate Bars
- 1 Cup of Hungry Jacks Maple Honey Syrup
- Melt down chocolate bars at a low hear until chocolate easily drips off a spoon.
- Mix in Hungry Jack Maple Honey Syrup with the chocolate in a large bowl.
- Mix Cornflakes into the Syrup and Chocolate.
- Form little balls with the mixtures, transfer it to a plate and refrigerate for at least 15 minutes.