What do you do with a bar of dark chocolate, leftover breakfast corn flakes and a pack of raisins? Mix all up and spoon into mini baking cups for a fuss-free, no-bake, yummylicious chocolate snack! This Dark Chocolate Covered Corn Flakes with Raisins Recipe is so easy to make, your kids can also lend a hand to help decorate these delicious morsels. I enjoy the decorating part the most because I can just sprinkle any toppings I want. Ooh yeah!
Do you also know dark chocolate can help increase level of serotonin level in the brain and make a person happy and less depressed? It can help regulate blood sugar too. So indulge in your chocolate today, guilt-free!
Dark Chocolate Covered Corn Flakes with Raisins Recipe
Ingredients (makes about 24)
220g dark chocolate (I use Cadbury Old Gold 70% Cocoa)
200g corn flakes
hundreds and thousands as topping
colourful rice as topping
24 mini baking cups
1. Break the chocolate bar into small chunks and melt them in a double boiler. Or simply just use a bowl over a pan of hot water.
2. When the chocolate has completely melted, add the corn flakes & raisins and give the mixture a good stir till well combined.
3. Spoon the mixture into mini baking cups and sprinkle any toppings of your choice. Chill in fridge for at least an hour before serving.
I like the original taste of dark chocolate so I prefer not to use any golden syrup or butter like what other recipes do. Indulge in the rich chocolatey flavour and enjoy the crunch from the cornflakes and sweetness from the raisins. Totally addictive. Whenever I opened the fridge, I just had to pop one in my mouth. I’m sure the husband did that too, that’s why they were gone by the next morning! Enjoy!
You are so clever! So much to love about this idea 🙂
Yes, this makes a great snack for chocolate lovers! It’s so versatile, you can just use white or milk chocolate too. In fact, I’m thinking of playing with oats and roasted almonds next which I have in my pantry! 🙂
These look delicious! I actually make something similar with melted milky ways and corn flakes. Everyone raves about them whenever I make them. Thank you for following my blog at http://www.makethefirstbitecount.wordpress.com!
Melted milky ways? Sounds ingenious! I probably have to try it too =) Thanks for dropping by!