Chocolate Corn Flake Candy Recipe

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Time: 20 minutes



  1. chocolate
  2. corn flakes
  3. walnuts
  4. pecans


  1. melt chocolate in top of double boiler over hot water
  2. mix corn flakes and nuts in a large bowl
  3. pour melted chocolate over this mixture
  4. stir until well coated
  5. drop by teaspoon full onto wax paper
  6. can also be put into candy cups

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