Time for a Guest Post again! It’s indeed very exciting featuring some incredible bloggers who I do share a wonderful amity.
It’s such a joy to have Vineetha of “Malabar Ruchi” over. Welcome Vinee!Its indeed a pleasure having you over.
I am extremely happy to have met Vinee here in the blogosphere. A wonderful person and a versatile cook. Yes! Our comments on each other’s space gave way to a beautiful friendship. Ruchi is a blog I refer very often for some lip smacking Kerala recipes (even much before I joined the blogging community); a humble blog with so many wonderful recipes. Her repertoire goes from splendid Malabar recipes to some great bakes and cakes. So don’t forget to head over for some yummy goodies!
Now over to Vineetha…
It was during one of my lazy afternoon browsing session that I stumbled upon Rekha’s blog accidentally. I was totally impressed by her blog, her beautiful pictures and superb collection of recipes. I immediately became her FB fan and left few comments and it led to the beginning of a new friendship ! The one good quality that I really like about Rekha is the way she support and encourage other bloggers. I have seen Rekha sharing fellow bloggers recipes on her Social media platform. It is indeed really sweet of her to do that and support other blogs.
I have to say Rekha is a versatile blogger as she contributes a variety of recipes, some of them are very unique and innovative. Picking few favourites from her blog would be a tough job but few pictures which left me drooling are Gongura Mutton, Bread Gulab Jamun, Mediterranian Meat balls and Malai Kofta.
Thanks you Rekha for inviting me for a guest post, its indeed a pleasure to do a guest post for friends.
Coming to todays post, it’s a melt in mouth kind of cookies with crunchy cornflakes coating. I tried this recipe from MyKitchenatics and it was a hit expect that it was a bit less sweet to our liking, so the second time I made this I added a bit more sugar to adjust to our liking and it was perfect.
Ingredients ( makes 20 cookies)
- Plain flour/ Maida – 150 gm/ 1 1/4 cup(roughly)
- Corn flour – 15 gm / 2 tbs (roughly )
- Baking powder -1/4 tsp
- Unsalted Butter – 100 gm / 1/2 cup (roughly)
- Sugar – 100 gm /1/2cup
- Egg – 1 large
- Vanilla extract – 1/4 tsp
- Corn flakes ( crushed ) – 40 gms/ 1 1/2 cup
Take flour, cornflour, baking powder in a mixing bowl and stir until combined.
Cream butter and Sugar for few minutes until fluffy.
Lightly beat egg in a bowl and add this to the creamed butter.
Add vanilla extract and beat until combined.
Add the flour mixture to it and fold until combined.
Scoop out a tsp of the batter and roll it into a ball and roll them in crushed corn flakes.
Place them in a baking tray lined with a baking paper leaving few cms between each balls.
Bake them in preheated oven at 175 degree C for 25 minutes.
Thank you Vinee for the wonderful recipe and your time. Wish you all the very best and stay blessed always.
Dear friends/readers, hope you liked the post and recipe. We are looking forward to hearing from you and thank you for your time.
See you soon with a new recipe. Till then…
19 thoughts on “Corn flake Cookies – A guest post”
I love Vinee's space as well… she's a very warm person whom I cherish, when i won the steamer in her giveaway, i was so touched by her message, which said that she had silently wished that i would win it! she's a sweetheart for sure… those cornflakes cookies are calling me, on my way with a cup of tea… 😛
I love vinee's space.. so nice guest post.. love this cookies
Cookies are so inviting ..
These cookies look fantastic, very tempting clicks too..
Cookies look fantastic. Very inviting clicks.
Nice guest post n love to knw abt ur frnd ship…beautiful blog really ..Btw I didn't understood the word on top” aditi” what is it mean..
loved the guest post…the crunchy look of the cookies is enough to push me to try these 🙂
Cookie looks Tempting and great pics too.
Lovely guest post.. Tempting and crunchy cookies..
Glad to see u here Vinee:) Cornflakes cookies that is so easy to put together.I must try this.
I love the texture of cookies and they have baked to perfect…
Cookie looks so tempting.. bookmarked.. and lovely guest post
The cookies are such a beauty. Will forward the link to my friends who are getting ready for Christmas.
nice guest post …last week I made cornflake cookies without eggs…but these cookies looks really great and yummy..very lovely presentation
Delicious cornflake cookies Vineeetha and Rekha, lovely guest post.
nice guest post, well made cookies, Hats off to both
Thank u all for the lovely comments and thank u Rekha once again for having me over 🙂
This looks amazing! My husband would love this too – bookmarking for later!
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Thank you so much for all your wonderful comments 🙂