Sunday, 10 March 2013

Let's Have Some Snacks : Honey Joys
吃点零食吧:蜜糖玉米脆片

 
Found half pack of fruity pebbles and 2/3 pack of cornflakes left in the kitchen for sometime. Asked my daughters whether they still wanted to take them, they shook their heads.

 
We don't usually take cornflakes as meal, not even for breakfast. It's more like snack for my daughters. Now that these snacks have been there for almost one month, untouched, it means my daughters have lost interest in them . It's kind of waste, if just throw them away.  Honey Joys come across my mind.  My friend made some Honey Joys with cornflakes during CNY. They are crunchy, buttery and sweet. Another easy-to-make popular snack !

My fruity pebble Honey Joys are well received by my daughters.  So, I continued with the cornflake Honey Joys.  I added some almond slices into the cornflakes so that they don't look pale as compared to the colorful fruity pebble version. All I could say is, Honey Joys are not only for kids, I love them, and the rest of my family love them!



HONEY JOYS (FRUITY PEBBLES)

INGREDIENTS

-2 tablespoons honey
-50g unsalted butter (melted)
-150g fruity pebbles















DIRECTIONS  
  1. Melt butter and honey in microwave oven (about one minute).
  2. In a big bowl, add fruity pebbles.
  3. Pour the honey butter mixture into the bowl. Stir gently until fruity pebbles are coated with the honey butter mixture evenly.
  4. Spoon fruity pebbles into mini baking cases.
  5. Bake at preheated oven of 160°C for 15-18 minutes.
  6. Once cooled, store them in an airtight container.


HONEY JOYS (CORNFLAKES)

INGREDIENTS

-5 tablespoons honey
-120g unsalted butter (melted)
-360g cornflakes
-50g almond slices
















DIRECTIONS
    1. Melt butter and honey in microwave oven (about one minute).
    2. In a large bowl, add cornflakes and almond slices. 
    3. Pour the honey butter mixture into the bowl. Stir gently until all the cornflakes are coated with the honey butter mixture evenly.
    4. Spoon cornflakes into individual medium baking cases.
    5. Bake at preheated oven of 160°C for 18-20 minutes, or until the cornflakes turn a darker shade of golden.
     6. Once cooled, store them in an airtight container.
     
Recipe adapted here.

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