My kids love Click. It’s an Israeli invention of chocolate covered cornflakes that they sell everywhere they sell regular candy bars. When I saw a recipe for Cornflake Cookies on VegWeb.com, I thought that I could take their recipe and switch it up a bit to make it more like Click. There’s no chocolate in the original recipe. Click needs chocolate, so I added it. I also used agave syrup instead of corn syrup. It’s healthier, and I just don’t keep corn syrup in the house.
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
This is a perfect substitute for click chocolate.
- agave syrup - 1/2 cup
- sugar - 1/2 cup
- peanut butter - 1 1/2 cups
- chocolate chips - 1 cup
- cornflakes - 4 cups
- Melt agave and sugar together in a pan on medium heat.
- Remove from heat, add the rest of the ingredients and stir well.
- Spoon onto baking sheets and let cool and harden.
This is the kind of recipe I really love. Not only is this super yummy, it’s also super easy. Even though my kids are vegetarians and would eat Click if you gave it to them, I like the idea of coming up with an alternative that is totally animal friendly.
That really is the whole point of this blog – finding ways to make food that we really want to eat vegan. There’s no deprivation here. Just ask the kids.
The girls are looking forward to having the ones I just made as treats on Shabbat, and Jay wants to know how to clean the pot:)
The answer to cleaning the pot – hot water. It will melt off all the goo. I hope that you all enjoyed them!
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