Children's No-Bake Chocolate Cornflake Cakes Recipe
Do you enjoy baking but detest chocolate cake? Get the kids involved in the preparation of some no-bake chocolate cornflakes cakes.
They only require 4 ingredients and are quick and simple to prepare. Additionally, the kids will love getting to assist in the kitchen.
Without any special tools, you can prepare these delectable treats in under 15 minutes. A sizable mixing bowl, a wooden spoon, and cupcake liners are all you need.
Even picky eaters will adore them.
Try them out today for a tasty after-school snack or meal that the whole family will enjoy. Now is the time to start baking.
How to make cakes with chocolate cornflakes
In the video below, we demonstrate how to make chocolate cornflakes cakes in simple steps.
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It's a very straightforward recipe that combines cornflakes, butter, golden syrup, and melted chocolate. They have long been a favorite among both children and adults.
Ingredients for cornflakes cake
You only need cornflakes, butter, chocolate, and golden syrup to make these chocolate cornflake nests.
Since milk chocolate is the kids' favorite, we prefer to use it, but dark chocolate or even white chocolate can be used in its place.
This recipe doesn't require cooking chocolate; you may substitute your preferred brand instead.
The quickest way to melt chocolate is in the microwave. Here are some suggestions for melting butter, chocolate, and golden syrup in a microwave-safe bowl.
It is best to reduce the microwave's power to 50% in order to prevent the butter and chocolate from burning, exploding, or even sputtering.
Since the power of every microwave varies, start with 30 seconds at 50% power and stir.
Once everything is melted together and smooth, return to the microwave for 30-second intervals (still at 50% power) and stir.
Of course, using a pan over the stove in the traditional manner is also an option.
Half-fill a saucepan with water. To prevent the water from spilling into the bowl, place a heatproof bowl on top of the pan; it should fit snugly.
Chocolate, golden syrup, and butter are added to the pan over low heat. Stir until thoroughly smooth and combined.
Regardless of the method you use to melt the chocolate, once it has done so, pour it over the cornflakes and gently stir everything together until everything is evenly coated.
Be careful to not crush any of the cornflakes as you gently fold the mixture a sufficient number of times to evenly coat it with the delectable chocolate mixture.
It won't matter if the children break these chocolate cornflakes cakes if you let them make them on their own, of course. They will still be very delicious.
Cupcake Pans with Cornflakes
Put the chocolate-covered cornflakes in equal portions in the cupcake liners. The Cake Craft Shop has some lovely cases available.
If you want to go further, you can add anything you like, like mini marshmallows, smarties, M&Ms, or raisins.
Perfect for Easter, our kids enjoy creating chocolate cornflake nests by poking a tiny hole in the center and inserting mini eggs.
While the cornflakes are setting, give the children the bowl to lick out; this should keep them quiet.
How to set
Your cornflake cakes will naturally be sloppy and soft at this point; the quickest solution is to place them in the refrigerator to set. They ought to firm up quickly.
Of course, if the children are impatient and want to eat them right away, they can.
After setting, the cornflakes cakes can be stored for up to three days at room temperature in an airtight container.
Suggestions for Serving
For school cake sales, cornflake cakes are the ideal quick and simple recipe to use because kids always go for them first.
Additionally, it's a wonderful way to engage children in the kitchen because they'll enjoy creating these delicious treats with you to share with their friends.
However, even though we are claiming that this chocolate cornflake recipe is for children, even adults enjoy these decadent, ooey chocolate-covered treats.
Unless the kids assist you in making them, in which case you will probably have sticky hands and chocolate faces to clean up after, the bonus is that there is only one bowl and one spoon to clean up after.
- 80 g Butter
- 200 g Chocolate Milk
- 3 tablespoon Amber Syrup
- 150 g Cornflakes
- Handful Raisins, smarties, mini-eggs for Easter, or marshmallows
- Put butter, chocolate, and golden syrup in a bowl that can be microwaved.Butter, 80 g Milk Chocolate, 200 g Golden Syrup, 3 tablespoons
- Thirty second intervals at 50% power in the microwave To avoid overcooking chocolate, melt it slowly.
- Microwave at 30 second intervals while stirring between each one until the mixture is smooth.
- Fill the melted chocolate mixture with cornflakes.
- If desired, include extras such as raisins, smarties, mini-eggs, or marshmallows.A few Smarties, mini Easter eggs, marshmallows, or raisins
- Place in refrigerator to cool and solidify
More recipes for chocolate
Check out some of our other well-known British cakes if you enjoy these chocolate cornflakes with marshmallows.
Chocolate-chip rock cakes
Recipe for Chocolate Flapjack
Try our milk chocolate truffles or Eton Mess Dessert for more recipes that don't require baking.
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