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An old favourite, crunchy chocolate chip cornflake cookies, great to fill up the kids lunchbox or an after school snack.

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  • I’ve never made choc-chip cornflake cookies… I can’t wait to give them a go. Always love finding a new freezable recipe, thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Yum one of my childhood favs that I have forgotten.. Cant wait to make these and share your link.ReplyCancel

  • Can I freeze the dough (before rolling spoonfuls in c-flakes)? If yes, how long will it last? Thanks :)ReplyCancel

  • Thanks for the recipe, anything with chocolate chips, the kids seem to love lolReplyCancel

  • What a great recipe! It combines pretty much all of my favourite ingredients in one especially chocolate.ReplyCancel

  • Katrina, firstly, I adore your website and am feeling so motivated :) And secondly, I visited my mum today and she sent me home with a tub of cornflake cookies for my girls’ lunch boxes… spooky!!ReplyCancel

    • Aaw, thankyou Gabriel, I remember my nan used to always have cornflake cookies for us, it’s one of those great go to recipes which everybody loves, I hope your girls enjoy theirs at lunch!!ReplyCancel

  • Ooh love how simple these look to make. Yum! ReplyCancel

  • Leanda

    how do you think these would go without coconut and sultanas? my family wouldnt eat them otherwise. ReplyCancel

    • I’d like to know this too. My kids are a little young for coconut, and wont eat sultanas (neither will I…) ReplyCancel

    • Shireen Baker

      Used rolled oatesReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      Leanda, i have never made them without the coconut, you could give them a go. Maybe add another variation of your choice.:)ReplyCancel

  • These are so yummy, the kids rarely leave any for the freezer!ReplyCancel

  • […] Baking – Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cornflake Cookies […]ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    Made these yesterday and were super easy and delicious. I managed to sneak half to the freezer for a rainy day and leave half out. Enjoyed by both kids and mum!ReplyCancel

  • Bec

    Can this be adapted for a thermomix?ReplyCancel

  • […] Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cornflake Cookies […]ReplyCancel

  • sandie carter

    Thanks for reminding me about these yummy cookies. A dear friend shared this recipe many years ago but she called them chockky rocks. Same recipe with a different name.ReplyCancel

    • Karen

      Yes, Chockky Rocks is the correct name for kids born in the 60s and 70s like me. My grandmother always had these when we visited. I recently found her recipe book and she had this recipe cut from the Cornflakes box back in the 70s stuck in it. Lots of memories in that recipe for me.ReplyCancel

  • Kate - Kat's Assistant

    Haha love the name Sandie, Chokky Rocks! .:)ReplyCancel

  • You are so creative! It’s my first time to hear making a chip with corn flakes. Love it!ReplyCancel

  • These look so delicious. I’ll have to give them a try.ReplyCancel

  • Kate - Kat's Assistant

    They really are, Kate!.:) Just so addictive LOL.)ReplyCancel

A bubbly and colourful biscuit recipe the kids will enjoy making and eating!

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  • Bronwyn

    Hi, just wondering if you have any sugar free type kids lunch snacks. Trying to use other sweeteners rather than sugar and also trying to replace white flour with other types such as spelt flour. Any ideas appreciated. Thanks.ReplyCancel

Honey Biscuits are a very quick and easy biscuit to make, you should already have all these items in your fridge or pantry.

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  • These look delish, I love a good biccie recipe. I will get my resident baker (15 year old daughter) on to it straight away!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    Could you have more honey & less sugar do you think?ReplyCancel

  • Andrea

    Are the qualities right in the recipe, or is it missing milk?
    I seem to have a bowl of what resembles bread crumbs. I have put everything the recipe asks for.ReplyCancel

  • Keera

    I’m with Andrea, a bowl of breadcrumbs. Is there an ingredient missing? ThanksReplyCancel

    • Andrea

      I ended up adding milk, but added too much and got a sticky mess but got some biscuits in the end. So maybe 3tbs?ReplyCancel

Lactation biscuits are a moist and yummy cookie that will help to boost and maintain a breastfeeding mums milk supply.

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  • Katie

    I’ve tried a couple of different recipes for lactation biscuits and they work a treat! Made it much easier to juggle going back to work with expressing to maintain my supply & breastfeeding on my days at home- well worth the effortReplyCancel

  • Saw these via twitter… i have a banana/nut/flax/chia slice that I make that is DELISH and it has lots of milk boosting properties! It’s on my blog and my kiddies LOVE it too!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Ooh they sound really yummy too, Bek!.:)ReplyCancel

  • Carissa

    As a midwife I thoroughly recommend these cookies in boosting supply.
    A recipe I also share a lot is “Tigers milk”

    1 cup full cream milk
    1/2 cup acidophyllis yoghurt
    1 Tablespoon complan powder (or milk powder)
    1 banana
    1 tsp yeast flakes
    +/- ice cream
    Mix in a blender. Makes 3-4 cups which you should drink over the day.

    Its really really important to keep bf mums well fed and watered, something thats not always easy to rememberReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      ooh yum a drink is a clever idea!ReplyCancel

A collection of various Anzac biscuit recipes, plus slices, tarts and more based on the traditional anzac biscuit recipe.

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  • Happy ANZAC Day Kat! Thank you so much for the features – these recipes all sound so yummy!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Happy Anzac Day to you too, Lucy.:) Don’t they all sound delicious! xReplyCancel

  • Thank you lovely Kat for sharing my recipe!

    What an awesome collection. I love ANZACS! xReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Ooh me too!.:) I thought it was a delicious collection of Anzac recipes, really looking forward to doing a lot of baking xReplyCancel

  • Happy Anzac Day Kat! Thank you so much for the feature. I think I’ll need to try a few more versions now :-)ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Happy Anzac Day to you too, Lisa.:) I know i’m going to be doing a lot of baking! xReplyCancel

  • Hey Kat, thanks for including my recipe. Great list!! xxReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      My pleasure Sonia.:) They all sound amazing. Can’t wait to try a few recipes. xReplyCancel

  • Anna

    What a great collection. Excellent. Great baking weather today with the kids!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Fantastic Anna! Ooh i’m lloking forward to trying a few of these delicious recipes too.:)ReplyCancel

  • What a great roundup of Anzac favourites! Thanks for linking :)ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      They all sound very yummy.:)ReplyCancel

  • What a great round up! Shouldn’t have opened it up before I’ve had breakfast though :)ReplyCancel

  • Ooh Nancy aren’t they just delicious!ReplyCancel

  • Hi Kat, these recipe all look so amazing and thanks for posting. When I was growing up my mum used to make anzacs with lovely choc bits. I promised my kids I would make anzacs this weekend so now I have amazing list of recipes to choose from. Thanks so much xReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Isn’t this list just great! I too makde a few batches over the weekend for the kids. It was great to try a few variations.:) Hope the kiddies enjoyed them.:)ReplyCancel

Pikelets are one of those awesomely easy recipes that can be whipped up in a matter of minutes, cooked and eaten straight away, no fuss.

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  • Lisa

    Just wondering if you can freeze them?ReplyCancel

  • Such a simple and yummy recipe Kat! I love your idea of making the batter before the school run – perfect!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Thanks Lucy.:)xReplyCancel

  • Tina

    ARGH!!!! Kat, are you sure the measurements are right? Mine turned out super thick… Maybe it’s me, but I’m sure I measured right…ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Oh no Tina! Yes i just double checked, maybe you could try adding a fracion more milk. I’m not sure why they didn’t work out for you.:( Please let me know how you go next time round.:)ReplyCancel

I LOVE Nigella, she is beautiful, her style of cooking is so homely and she has such a clever way with words it draws me in every time.  The family were wanting something gooey and chocolately recently and I have wanted to try Nigella’s Totally Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookie for awhile.  It’s completely naughty and […]

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A friend of mine recently told me about a recipe, Cherry Ripe Balls.   She knows me ooh to well, Cherry Ripes are my most favourite chocolate bar and funnily enough after my surgery it’s one of the only chocolate bars I can stomach, many of the others are too sweet for me now. I […]

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  • Lisa

    Wondering what are cherry ripe bars? and Nice biscuits?ReplyCancel

    • Clare

      where are you from Lisa? These are an aussie chocolate bar with cherries and coconut inside and covered in dark chocolate. Nice biscuits are just a sweet plain biscuit :)ReplyCancel

    • Aah Lisa I’m presuming you are not Aussie. Here in Australia Cherry ripe bar is the most delicious chocolate, it’s chocolate on the outside and cherry and coconut on the inside. Nice biscuits are a dry sweet biscuit with sugar on the outside.ReplyCancel

  • AMS

    Sounds awesome, what size cherry ripe bars did you use ?ReplyCancel

    • Clare

      I would assume the standard size or king size as there is a large quantity of biscuit included :)ReplyCancel

    • I used the small ones, but you could use the bigger variety would be a stronger cherry ripe flavourReplyCancel

  • Diandra

    Just wondering how many balls does this recipe make??ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I will have to try these. I have made them like a regular Rumball with the cocoa & rum too. Have also used ‘Fry’s Turkish delight’ bars too. YUMMM !ReplyCancel

  • Leah

    Do you use standard size cherry ropes or treat size?ReplyCancel

  • Christine

    can you suggest an alternative to condensed milk?ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne

    Hi Kat. My favourite chocolate bar is also cherry ripe…I made these awhile agoand instead of the chocolate bars I added cadbury mint flavoured drinking chocolate..they were such a hit at school that they wanted them for their break up party. You could a l ways add glaced cherries, craisins, sultanas, rum,ReplyCancel

  • […] Cherry Ripes are my most favourite chocolate bar and they taste ooh so delicious.  My Miss 11 has made these on various occasions throughout the year, they are always so well received!  View my recipe here. […]ReplyCancel

I’m really enjoying cooking a wonderful array of food for my family on weekends, it’s my way to relax and unwind.  My kids love crackers and dips and I have wanted to try making my own type of cracker of a while.  This is a cheese cracker which I served with avocado horseradish spread and […]

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Peanut Butter Cookies Serves: 30 Prep Time Cook Time Total Time 5 mins 15 mins 20 mins Ingredients 125g butter, room temperature 1 cup crunchy peanut butter 1 cup brown sugar 1 egg 1¾ cups self raising flour ¾ cup unsalted roasted peanuts, roughly chopped Instructions Preheat oven to 180C Line 2 baking trays with […]

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  • Sunshine Mands

    They look delicious. I may even add some dark chocolate chips mmmmmmmReplyCancel

    • Elspeth Newby

      I make these biscuits all the time – I put chocolate chips in them instead of peanuts. I just like one every now & then for a snack. I had a Gastric Sleeve operation over 2 years ago & have lost 77kgs but still like something sweet occasionally. I love their texture & the peanut butter taste. Great recipe Organised Housewife.ReplyCancel

  • Christiana Prosser

    does the sugar go in with the flour?ReplyCancel

    • Sorry Christiana, put the sugar in with the butter, I have just updated the recipe for you.ReplyCancel

  • Tisia Sims

    Peanut butter cookies are my Favorites. I could never find a good recipe.
    Thank youReplyCancel

Coconut Cookie Serves: Prep Time Cook Time Total Time 15 mins 15 mins 30 mins Ingredients 125g butter ½ cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla essence 1 egg 1¼ cups self-raising flour, sifted 1 cup desiccated coconut 1½ cup Corn Flakes crushed Instructions Preheat oven to 180C Line baking tray with baking paper Using electric mixer, […]

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  • Lucy @ Bake Play Smile

    Oooh I love the look of these! Such a clever way to use up any leftover cornflakes too! Thanks! :-) LucyReplyCancel

  • Kathy

    Just made a batch of these and they are yummo!!ReplyCancel

  • […] Coconut Cookies – I made these for me just because I like having them with a coffee in the afternoon. […]ReplyCancel

  • Debbie

    Hello how could we make these in the thermo?ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne

    I am going to make these, I have heaps of coconut, not to much sugar as well. Yum yum….thanks KatReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      These are a real favourite of mine, Yvonne. Hope you enjoy them.:)ReplyCancel

These jam drops remind me of my Nan they were one of her good old favourites that she used to bake regularly

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  • Kylie G

    Ooh, about to try this right now! Always looking for easy yummy recipes my two boys can help with!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty

    This was one of my Gran’s go-to recipes! Thanks for posting – I think I’ll make some on the weekend and think about how much I loved her <3ReplyCancel

  • Trish

    Yum-o! Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • madhatter

    the recipe is not too bad. makes a few but tastes just like the ones I have made from the taste website and I like the fact that u put more jam the jam drops on after cooking for the photo. very cheeky of u…ReplyCancel

  • Shelly

    I found this a really easy recipe to make and very yummy but found they rose a bit high might want to cut the self raising flour down a bit. I am going to try that next time but other than that loved it. Still tasted yummy like my Mum’s jam drops just fatter lolReplyCancel

  • […] Kudos to the amazing the organised housewife for this recipe @ […]ReplyCancel

  • Natasha

    I made them a little bigger so only made 16 but my husband and son loved them! That batch was gone in a couple of hours so making a double batch today. Thanks for sharing this is my new favorite jam drop recipe :-) ReplyCancel

    • great idea Natasha making them bigger, ours usually go so quickly to, very yummy recipe!ReplyCancel

  • Tammy

    Do these freeze well? I haven’t frozen jam before ..??ReplyCancel

    • Yes, they freeze really well Tammy, freeze them the same day you bake them and once reheated you won’t even know they were frozen.ReplyCancel

  • […] to search for any kind of recipe online without Kat from The Organised Housewife coming up! These Jam Drops prove why she is truly one of the most popular bloggers in Australia! And really… who […]ReplyCancel

  • I appreciate lovely people such as yourself, sharing this information, to help make us all better home cooks and the fact that so many people will do anything for $$$ – I personally thank you for the fact that you are so decent in sharing this information free of cost to us all.
    Thank you sincerely, DianeReplyCancel

    • Katrina

      Thank you Diane, you are very welcome xReplyCancel

  • Josh Savage

    Great recipe, it made 24 and they all came out monstrous! ReplyCancel

  • […] So here is my version of jam drops, adapted slightly from here: The Organised Housewife. […]ReplyCancel

  • Tresa

    Does the jam become chewy after the baking?ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Hi Tresa, no makes it a little sticky, which is what you want, but definately not chewy :)ReplyCancel