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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:
9/20/2009
Too messy
posted:
1/14/2009
I made these cookies so easy great taste everyone love them only thing they were all gone to quick...
posted:
1/10/2009
These are simply wonderful! They are so easy to make and they look completely great; not to mention they taste great too!
posted:
12/29/2008
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.
posted:
12/29/2008
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.
posted:
12/17/2008
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.
posted:
12/16/2008
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.
posted:
12/10/2008
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.
posted:
12/5/2008
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!
posted:
12/2/2008
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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