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Honey Crunch Cookies

OK, so I am early from work, and suddenly I don’t know why  I am having a strong craving for something sweet… extra sweet. Ok! ok! ok! Not suddenly! It’s very regular. Something sweet before meal, after meal, in between meal. I have a sweet tooth,  sorry. jaw!

Let’s talk about comfort food.

Chocolates. Potatoes. Chips. Ice-cream. Pizza. A big bowl of corn flakes, with  milk, jam and a generous serving of Hershey’s chocolate sauce! Absolutely sinful.

As a child I remember I was way too much into mixing the odd things, which sometimes used to be as delightful as the one mentioned above or… a total disaster! And no! I am not going to talk about the disaster part here.

Can we talk about the cookies now?

All set!

I am a huge fan of the Baskin Robin’s Honey-Crunch Ice-cream. So these cookies are inspired by the Honey Crunch Ice cream.

These are gorgeous, chewy, little treats, with brown sugar. These are like the chocolate chip cookies, without the chocolate, of course!

Cookie Dough

And they sound so simple- Honey Crunch cookies

Honey Cinnamon and Sesame. A combination that feels so utterly refined and pleasingly natural. And yes! They just take about 5 minutes to bake.

If you want to throw in some chocolate chips, then we are so totally friends for life! 🙂


Makes 6 cookies

2 cups -Cornflakes (Crushed)

2 tsp- Honey

1 tsp- Milk Powder

1 tsp- Wheat Flour

1 tsp- Brown Sugar

1/2 tsp sesame seeds

1/2 tsp Cinnamon Powder

1 tsp Butter

Mix the butter with sugar, milk powder, cinnamon, honey, sesame seeds and wheat flour. Once they ingredients are properly mixed, tip in the cornflakes and mix well.

Make round shaped cookies. Just in case the mixture doesn’t come together, 1-2 tsp of milk would bind it well.

Bake the cookies for 5 mins at 150 degrees. Allow it to cool and have it with a steaming cup of coffee.

Now if you excuse me, I have a cookie bowl to lick…

Thank you very much.

More to come…..


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