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No-Bake Holly Cookies

No-Bake Holly Cookies recipe
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Corn flakes, marshmallows, a hint of green and a few red candies make the cutest (and easiest) festive cookies you’ll ever eat.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
15 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
1/6/2013
These are very good. I highly suggest stirring in 2 tsp. vanilla extract after you melt the marshmallows! Adding a light sprinkle of colored or white nonpareils on the finished cookies makes them even more fancy.
posted:
12/22/2011
Love these! Easy to make (like rice krispy treats) - just be careful not to bite down too hard on the red hots...I chipped my back tooth last year :( But DELICIOUS!
posted:
1/19/2011
messy to make, but tasty and festive. we used red m&ms instead of red hots. a hit with the kids!
posted:
12/10/2010
Do you use the large marshmallows or the little ones?
posted:
11/27/2010
This recipe is a family favorite ~ we even shape them into round wreaths which are really cute too!
posted:
11/9/2010
make this recipe every year for thanksgiving and for christmas and adds to the decor for the dessert table. Make sure you spread melted butter all over pan before adding marshmellows to melt. I use a large dutch oven pot to make working with this much cereal. also use buttered hands instead of spoon to make mounds. the spoon will slow you down and mixture will harden quickly. Also don't be afraid to add a little more green, the darker the better.
posted:
4/27/2010
So simple. My husband made this with me at Christmas and he had a blast. It was funny ;-)
posted:
12/22/2009
I wish I had read the comments frist; I forgot to spray my wax paper and they stuck to the paper. It was still a very good treat. Thanks for the comments mine will be better next time.
posted:
12/22/2009
What a clever & beautiful treat, and they taste as good as they look! It took a bit of effort to completely coat the cereal. I was very pleased with the microwave directions.
posted:
12/13/2009
These were very simple, and delicious! However, mine did not get as coated, and didn't hold together as well as a traditional cookie. I kept my marshmallow/butter mix on low heat while I stirred in the cereal to keep it workable, and we substituted m&m's for the red hots. We'll defintely make these again!
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