These Frosted Flakes cookies are yummy and super easy to make! My kids and I are loving these cookies right now. They only take three ingredients, they take about 5 minutes to make and they taste amazing.
Plus, everyone loves Frosted Flakes so anytime you can sneak those in it’s a bonus. This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kellogg’s. The opinions and text are all mine.
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Frosted Flakes Cluster Cookies
Your ingredients are:
- Frosted Flakes cereal
- Chocolate Chips
- Peanut Butter
How To Make Frosted Flake Cookies
All you need to do is melt the chocolate chips and peanut butter on the stove over medium heat. (You do not want to burn chocolate – it’s a mess!)
When it is all blended in, take it off the heat and fold in the cereal.
Put the clusters down on wax paper using a measuring spoon. I like to use my big two tablespoon scoop to make larger cookies but you can make the smaller if you want.
Put them in the fridge until they are set and enjoy!
Can I Make Cornflake Cookies with Frosted Flakes?
Yes! Absolutely. If you love cornflake cookies this is definitely a similar recipe that you would enjoy just as much.
In fact, now they make Chocolate Frosted Flakes that would also be a great way to make these cookies! The possibilities are endless here.
More Cookie Recipes To Try
Frosted Flake Cookies
- 3 cups Frosted Flakes cereal
- 6 oz. chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- Melt chocolate chips and peanut butter together over low-medium heat until melted.
- Remove from heat and fold in the frosted flakes.
- Spoon out onto a parchment lined pan and let cool in the fridge until they've hardened.
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