Frosted Flakes White Chocolate Chip Cookies

You’d never expect this breakfast cereal to be the perfect cookie ingredient! These Frosted Flakes White Chocolate Chip Cookies are deliciously crunchy and sweet.

Frosted Flakes White Chip Cookies by Picky Palate

Frosted Flakes White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Kind of random right? I know, I know but hear me out.

I have been enjoying one of the best ice cream flavors I’ve ever had at a local candy shop down the street from me called B Candy. They are located in Corona Del Mar and have a bakery and homemade ice creams. I would have never even been tempted to try “Frosted Flakes” ice cream, but got a sample just for the heck of it. It was sweet and a tad bit salty and sent my tastebuds over the moon. Can’t seem to get enough of it. With Frosted Flakes on my brain lately the above cookies have been born.

These are over the top sweet with little crunches of Frosted Flakes throughout. Crispy on the outsides, chewy on the center. Do yourself a favor and make theses. Now. Seriously.

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 Ingredient line up. Simple pantry items.

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I have to be honest. We don’t keep Frosted Flakes stocked in our house, probably because we’d go through a box a day. I forgot how tasty these little flakes are. Yum!

How to Make Frosted Flakes White Chocolate Chip Cookies

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 You’ll measure out 1 cup of cereal.

Corn Flakes

Place it in a Ziploc bag, close it and roll over it with a rolling pin until finely crushed.

Sugars

Time to get started with your butter and sugars.

Creaming

Cream cream cream ๐Ÿ™‚

Egg and Vanilla

Egg and vanilla please.

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Time for the dry ingredients.

Jello

I snuck in a few tablespoons of vanilla instant pudding mix for a lovely texture and sweetness.

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Bring on the Frosted Flakes!

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White chips!

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Just you wait until you take a taste of this dough! To die for.

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Yah, pretty amazing.

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Come to mama!

Frosted Flakes White Chip Cookies by Picky Palate

These are officially going on my “make all the time” cookie list.

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Enjoy friends!

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Frosted Flakes White Chocolate Chip Cookies

You'd never expect this breakfast cereal to be the perfect cookie ingredient! These Frosted Flakes White Chocolate Chip Cookies are deliciously crunchy and sweet.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Servings: 24 cookies
Calories: 130kcal
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Equipment

  • Oven

Ingredients

  • 1 stick unsalted butter
  • 6 tbsp granulated sugar
  • 6 tbsp light brown sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 cup all purpose flour Gold Medal
  • 1/2 tsp kosher salt
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 3 tbsp jello instant vanilla pudding
  • 1 cup frosted flakes cereal
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a large baking sheet with a silpat liner or parchment paper.
  • Cream butter and sugars in stand mixer until well combined, about 2 minutes. Add egg and vanilla beating to combine. Slowly add flour, salt, baking soda and pudding mix.
  • Place 1 cup of cereal into a ziploc bag, zip it closed and crush cereal by rolling over with a rolling pin until finely ground. Add crushed cereal to bowl mixing to combine. Add white chips, stirring to combine.
  • With a medium cookie scoop, place dough 1 inch apart from each other on prepared baking sheet. Bake for 10-12 minutes, until baked through. Remove from oven and let cool on baking sheet for 10 minutes before transferring. Serve and enjoy!

Nutrition

Calories: 130kcal | Carbohydrates: 17g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 6g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 19mg | Sodium: 106mg | Potassium: 36mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 12g | Vitamin A: 150IU | Vitamin C: 0.2mg | Calcium: 20mg | Iron: 0.6mg
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69 Responses
  1. These cookies just put me over the moon because I am such a sugary cold cereal lover! I love that you tried the Frosted Flakes ice cream; I have been known to dump chocolate rice crispies onto my chocolate ice cream, while eating it, um, straight out of the tub. YIKES.

  2. What a cool idea. I love it! The frosted flakes sound delicious with the white chocolate and these cookies look perfect! Really you make a perfect cookie every time!

  3. Yum…..trying to whittle down a little for summer so I was wondering if you substitute Special K for the Frosted Flakes does that make this a low cal cookie?

  4. Jenny L.

    When my youngest daughter was in high school, she and her best friend came up with a recipe that used frosted flakes, peanut butter and chocolate chips. I think they just dumped it all in a bowl and microwaved it. It was so yummy and addicting. I think these cookies will be the same way – definitely will try them!

  5. My parents left a big box of Frosted Flakes at our house after visiting this weekend, and I was literally thinking this morning what creative dessert I could make out of them. This may be IT! ๐Ÿ™‚ What great timing, Jenny!

  6. OMG these look Grrrreat! (couldn’t resist)
    I can’t keep that cereal in the house either, due to the magically disappearing cereal act that seems to happen afterwards. But these look so amazing. White chocolate is the perfect pairing!

  7. Oh Jenny, my kids would go nuts over these! I’m like you, we’d go through a box a day if we had Frosted Flakes in our house. We already do that with Frosted Mini Wheats ๐Ÿ™‚ Love the idea of using the frosted flakes in a cookie. Creative!

  8. Alex

    I love seeing what you come up with. How many ‘flop’ recipes do you make before coming up with such a good one?!

  9. Isabel Sherwood

    These remind me of Special K cookies that my mom would always make. The cookie was just a little bit salty to go with the sweet, they were always perfect.

  10. Lynne

    Hi. Speaking of putting cereal and other favorite breakfast items in cookies, I just tried one with the instant Quaker oatmeal packets. It was delicious! Maybe you could invent a cookie recipe with the oatmeal packets. Thanks for the great recipes.

  11. Amber

    I have an extra box of Frosted Flakes, so I will be making these tonight. I also have extra craisins (dried cranberries). I love white chocolate cranberry muffins and was wondering what it might be like putting cranberries in these cookies. A little sweet a little tangy???

  12. Courtney

    Ok- I have just made these to take to a baby shower this weekend. My biggest complaint: ONLY MAKES 2 dozen! And after you sample the dough (ahem) it makes quite a few less. BUT holy cow they’re good. This is probably the 5th recipe you’ve posted that I’ve tried, and yet again, not disappointed. Thanks for some seriously good cookies that I’ll get all the praise for ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Megan

    Any suggestions on how to keep cookies from getting completely flattened out in the oven? I followed your recipe exactly–it looked delicious! My cookies flattened out and long before the time ran out, they were completely burned on the outer edges and raw in the middle. It was horribly disappointing! I’ve always had this problem and have tried lots of different suggestions, all to no avail.

    1. Rieneke

      I have the exact same problem with these cookies, they flattened out completely and were burnt on the outer edge while the middle was raw. I think next time I will cool the dough in the fridge for a few hours before baking, maybe that will help.

      1. Tracy

        I just made these cookies twice and both times, flat cookies. The chips were the thickest part of the cookie. First time, may have left butter out to long to soften, but second time, only set out for 25 minutes to soften. I have made several recipes from Jenny, but this one did not turn out as hers did in the above pictures. I wonder if the measurements are correct?

  14. Jo F.

    I made these to take to a carry-in at work and everyone LOVED them. I doubled the recipe and they almost all disappeared! A lot of people were expecting macadamia nuts and were surprised to hear about the Frosted Flakes instead–but I received lots of compliments on them. Thanks for another awesome cookie recipe!

  15. Vickie

    Oh my goodness! These cookies were the best thing I’ve made in a while. So easy and perfect in every way! thanks for sharing.

  16. Ashley

    I baked these with a friend last night to celebrate being done with finals for the semester. I followed your recipe exactly and they were delicious! One thing I must say is that they taste much better today than they did when they were fresh. I can’t wait to make them for sorority events next semester!

  17. Leah

    I saw this post and pinned it right away ! I made them today and they are amazing !! The dough was amazing and the cookies even yummier ! Thanks for the great recipes as always a fan !

  18. georgie g.

    Just made these for the end-of-year luncheon at my school…they are fabulous! Really, it’s the pudding that makes the dough–so delicious! The flakes stay a little crunchy to give some texture and then the white chocolate chips just put everything over the top! Delicious!

  19. Dang girl! You know you have my heart with all these cereal desserts lately! I have a recipe just like this (and the Cinnamon Toast Crunch Macarons) in my new cookbook. Great minds think alike and all that! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  20. Made these last night and they came out delicious! They’re getting rave reviews from my testers as well ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks, Jenny!

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  22. pam

    I absolutely love these cookies!! I made them ate too many.. Lol. Then gave the rest to my nephews who also couldn’t get enough. Thanks for a great recipe.

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