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Cornflake Wreath Cookies

Cornflake Wreath Cookies

Cornflake Wreath Cookies

Cornflake Wreath Cookies
4.8 rating based on 12,345 ratings
4.8/5 (6)
Course: No-Bake CookiesDifficulty: Easy



No-bake cookies with marshmallows and cornflakes, colored and shaped into wreaths.


  • 1/2 cup butter

  • 3 cups miniature marshmallows

  • 1/2 teaspoon almond extract

  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

  • 1 teaspoon green food color

  • 4 cups corn flakes

  • red hot candies

  • silver dragées (optional, not pictured)


  • In a very large saucepan, melt butter, add marshmallows, stirring until all marshmallows are melted. Add extracts and food coloring; stir until it is a uniform green color. When mixture is smooth, add corn flakes; mix well but gently so as not to crush the cornflakes. Form into 3″ wreath shapes on sheets of waxed paper, decorate with red cinnamon candies and optional silver dragées. Let cool.


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(example: Sue in LA)
A family favorite for years. Notice bakers: These are hard to form before the marshmallows set. Put a blob on parchment paper and maneuver a hole in the middle and work outwards They keep together better if they are slightly thicker.
- A Baker
Ive made these for yrs but we use red rasberry candies for the top the flavor is awesome
- A Baker
I loved to do this! They came out perfectly! Instead of using red hots, we used red mini M&M's, which were so much better. I can't wait to see the treats at the Cookie walk at my church! :D
- SparkleLPS
Corn flakes are better than rice crispies due to the saltiness and it was a big hit with my kids!
- Melanie Thigpen
This is an annual "must have" for us. However, since my kids won't eat redhot candies, we use the red mini-M&M's instead.
- Renita
Yield is 20-24, 2-1/2" - 3" diameter wreath cookies.
- A Baker
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