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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.
15 min
45 min
15 servings, 2 cookies each
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Too messy
I made these cookies so easy great taste everyone love them only thing they were all gone to quick...
These are simply wonderful! They are so easy to make and they look completely great; not to mention they taste great too!
It was very marshmallowy; as in very sticky and difficult to pull off of waxed paper even after spraying with cooking spray. I will not use as many marshmallows or will add more cereal next time. It is a great idea and everyone loved them.
Found you have to work fast or have 2 people when making these. The marshmallow begins to harden quickly so it's difficult to get the red candies to stick. Still tasted great and was a nice colorful addition to our cookie trays.
This recipe was simple to make and tastes great!!! I had to come up with something to make for my niece's bake goods sale for her school. She said, "You can't eat just one!!" I would definitely make them again!! In fact, my daughter is going to make them for her work party, only make it as one big one.
Fabulous! I made this recipe in a pinch to take to a party. Everyone raved over how festive my cookies were and how long it must have taken me! If they only knew...Super easy and delicious! I will definitely make these again.
They look awesome when finished. I added about 1 tsp. of peppermint extract to the mix to give them some flavor. When cooled, I dusted them with powdered sugar. They look like they've been snowed on. I melted the butter and marshmallows in a double boiler so I could keep everything hot and soft while I worked on it. It would be easier with two people; one to scoop out the mix and the other to put the cinnamon candies on while each cluster is still warm. Keeping the spoon sprayed is a MUST, otherwise it gets very tricky.
I have been making this recipe for years and years. They are quick and always a hit with the kids, no matter how they are!
I have been making this recipe for years, too. I make it with my students at school. We shape it into a wreath before decorating with a few red-hot candies. We then put them on a pretty paper plate and seal them with plastic wrap to take home as gifts for our families. (Need to be a bit careful shaping that fingers don't get burned.)
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