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Reviews of Cornflake Wreath Cookies

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  Shannon in North Dakota  Dec 4, 2003
Would make this again.
My friends and I had so much fun making and eating these. We also bought some skinny red licorice rope and made tiny bows to put on the wreaths. I can not wait to bring them to Christmas dinners. 5 stars

  Heidi Broughman in Waynesboro, VA  Dec 4, 2003
Would make this again.
I have been making these for five years now. Instead of shaping into wreaths, I drop by the spoonful onto waxed paper and then let the kids add the red hots. They look like Holly bunches and are perfect to garnish a tray with. More than one person has asked "are they real?" 5 stars

  Kathy in Michigan  Dec 4, 2003
Would make this again.
These have a good taste but are a sticky mess! I have no idea how you would shape these into wreaths. I spread mine into a pan and cut into squares. 3 stars

  tori in tacoma, washington  Dec 3, 2003
Would make this again.
I first tried these at a potluck years ago. I was very happy to find the recipe. Thank You. I used a little less green food coloring and it didnt turn our mouths green :) I also made one big wreath because the little ones just werent working for me (too sticky).... I used red NERDS candy instead of the redhots and sprinkled them all over the giant wreath.... I also used extra vanilla instead of almond (only because I didnt have almond)....everyone loved it! 4 stars

  Susan Nicolson in Phoenix, AZ  Nov 27, 2003
Would make this again.
These are excellent and low effort! A perfect way to top off a cookie platter. The almond extract adds a delicious twist to the normal "rice crispy" treat taste. The wreaths are so adorable in appearance that my husband thinks I need to include a note this year that these are indeed edible. I substituted Red M&Ms as another reviewer had suggested and am very pleased. 5 stars

  A cookie baker in Pataskala, OH  Nov 19, 2003
Would make this again.
I also love this recipe, the only thing that I have a problem with is, it turns your mouth & lips green.. :-) 5 stars

  A cookie baker in Wheeling, WV  Oct 29, 2003
Would make this again.
These are very easy, and kids love them, however I don't like the red hot candies, so I use red M&Ms instead. 5 stars

  A cookie baker in Richland Washigton  Oct 9, 2003
Would make this again.
I love this recipe. Every year we have a mom bring this to a Christmas party. We gobble these up so fast a mother has to watch and make sure everybody only takes 1. 5 stars

  A cookie baker in Georgia  Aug 13, 2003
Would make this again.
I've made this for years. It's a holiday treat the whole family loves. I don't make them into cookies (too time-consuming) I make one big wreath the kids decorate it and voila'! A festive piece for the buffet table that tastes great. 5 stars

  Candy in Philomath, Oregon  Aug 5, 2003
Would make this again.
I loved these cookies--I made these when I was a little girl, and I never could find out how they were made until I found this. Now I make them for my kids. I also love to make them for a snack. You don't have to add the color, and you can form them into balls. 5 stars

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