Cornflakes Chocolate Marbled Squares



An energetic crunchy bar with corn flakes, nuts and double chocolates.

  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Place the nuts on a baking tray and toast for 10 minutes. Lightly grease a 15x25cm baking pan. Coarsely crumble the cornflakes and chop the cranberries. Remove the nuts and chop them roughly.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, combine together the prepared nuts, corn flakes, cranberries, and raisins. Heat the malt extract and condensed milk in a small saucepan over the low heat until thoroughly combined. Pour the mixture into the dry ingredients and mix well.
  3. Place the mixture into the prepared baking pan, and press it down evenly all over. Bake in the centre of the oven for about 20 minutes until golden brown. Remove and cool completely on a wire rack.
  4. Temper the dark and white chocolate separately in heatproof bowls set over pans of barely simmering water, making sure the base of the bowls doesn’t touch the water.
  5. Once the baked cornflake has cooled, loose the edges with a knife and turn it out onto a board lined with a parchment paper. Spoon the dark chocolate all over the top of the square, leaving space in between. Then fill the gaps with the white chocolate. Swirl two chocolates together with a toothpick to create the marbled effect. Chill until set. Cut it into 15 squares.
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41 comments:

lisaiscooking 8/7/09 19:06

The swirled chocolate looks amazing! And, with cranberries and nuts, these bars would disappear very quickly in my house.

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KennyT 8/7/09 19:36

Wonderful marbling effect!!! It looks so delicious!

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Cookin' Canuck 8/7/09 19:44

The top of those squares looks amazing and the recipe sounds delicious. Well done!

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ALN 8/7/09 20:05

Beautiful presentation. My mouth is watering.

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Ann 8/7/09 20:10

OMG! this must taste heavenly.. I just love the yummy looks :)

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Angie's Recipes 8/7/09 20:16

lisa,kenny,Alex,cookin Canuck,Ann

Thank you.....they are really good. And you need a good teeth to eat those...too many nuts to chew...

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carmenpiva 8/7/09 20:24

They look gorgeous!!
Althouhg my blog is "closed", I still visit all of you from time to time!!
Ummmm.....
xxx
Carmenpiva

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tastyeatsathome 8/7/09 20:24

These look so pretty and tasty! Think I could omit the malt extract, or substitute? I would like to make these gluten-free...I know I can find gluten-free corn flakes, but malt extract is a no-no.

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Yasmeen 8/7/09 21:08

looks heavenly ,I love the unique pattern and mostly of all ,the dark chocolate :)

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Angie's Recipes 8/7/09 21:24

@Carmen
I have noticed that you haven't updated for a while....sometimes life just gets a bit away.
@tastyeatsathome
The substitute of malt extract.....honey, beet sugar syrup, or inverted sugar syrup.
@Yasmeen
I love dark chocolate, would have even used 85% if I didn't just finish them.

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Ivy 8/7/09 21:52

OMG this looks amazing!!!

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Faith 8/7/09 22:29

The marbling is really beautiful on these bars! I love the addition of dried fruit and nuts with the chocoate...sounds delicious!

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Katy ~ 9/7/09 01:24

Beautiful presentation! These look so good. I love all the ingredients and they sound sensational together. YUM YUM

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♥peachkins♥ 9/7/09 02:25

They looks gorgeous!! And I'm sure it has awesome texture with the crunchy conrflakes and nuts and chewy dried fruit..

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Ellie 9/7/09 03:32

Wow!!! It looks amazing. Love your blog!!

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Donna-FFW 9/7/09 03:41

Oh Angie.. The marbling looks amazing. So very pretty. And cornflakes.. how unique.

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Reeni♥ 9/7/09 03:54

These are such delicious little treats, Angie. Full of all the things I love to eat! Kind of chewy, crunchy and soft all at once!

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Chow and Chatter 9/7/09 03:59

wow Angie you have excelled yourself, this looks amazing, i used to love cornflakes squares as a kid, you won't believe theres an icecream shop in Chennai called Movenpick ! which sells this chocolate and its really hip !

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burpandslurp 9/7/09 03:59

wow, Angie! you're amazing...what a way to kick regular cornflakes up to a 5-star level! This dessert looks SO high-class and delish!

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Miranda 9/7/09 13:21

Angie-
These look terrific!!! WOW!! I bet the cornflakes add a wonderful crunch. Thank you for sharing.

Also, Thank you so much for visiting my site and the wonderful comments.

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Bergamot 9/7/09 14:31

This looks amazingly delicious. The swirl effect is fantastic.

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Jo 9/7/09 14:56

Wow, this looks really delicious. I love the swirl effect of the bar.

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Ben 9/7/09 15:35

Oh wow that looks amazing! I am sure it is very crunchy and tasty.

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mathildescuisine 9/7/09 16:36

Looks very impressive and delicious! Well done

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Parita 9/7/09 17:26

The marbled squares are heavenly! i love movenpick chocolates and ice creams sooo much, a week has never gone without having them:) can i skip malt extract?

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Angie's Recipes 9/7/09 19:52

@Parita
Yes, use honey or sugar syrup instead.
@mathildescuisine, Ben, Miranda, Reeni♥, Ellie, Donna-FFW, Sophie, Ivy, Faith, Peachkin, Rebecca, Bergamot, Miakoda
Thank you!

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munchcrunchandsuch 9/7/09 21:02

oh my, look at the choc sqaures! aweosme Angie. just the perfect brown and white criss cross lines running across! where can I look out for malt powder? I have never sued it, how does it look like?

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Angie's Recipes 9/7/09 21:28

@munchcrunchandsuch
The colour of malt extract is more or less like sugar molasses. They can be found in the large grocery stores or Bio-stores. If you cannot find them, then use honey or sugar syrup instead.

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Pavithra 10/7/09 07:46

Oh wow i am drooling. first time to ur space...really so much impressed with recipe collections ..keep rocking will be back regularly

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Sweta 10/7/09 19:00

ooooh-that looks heavenly!I love anything with chocolate :)

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erin @ dessert girl 10/7/09 23:55

Love this! It reminds me of the Momofuku Milk Bar.

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girlichef 11/7/09 17:21

This looks amazing, Angie!! I think I would swap the cranberries for dried cherries though (cuz I luv them)...Absolutely delicious :)

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nora@ffr 11/7/09 19:10

oh angie m soo in love with this preety little squares. the marbling effects are soo fantastic.. m sure gonna give a try :)

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Sophie 13/7/09 16:52

MMMMMMM,...these bars looks awesome & I bet they tasted fabulous!

Yummie!

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Sophie 20/7/09 22:37

This is one of the most creative way to use cornflakes. What a beautiful dessert, it looks like a work of art :).

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Vrinda 22/7/09 18:58

OMG..liked those swirled look..gorgeous

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Navita (Gupta) Hakim 30/8/09 21:10

hi there first time here n those bars are fashion for food...great!! :)

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Tasty Eats At Home 31/8/09 18:49

I could so eat one of these like, every time I walked by the kitchen. And then I'd make excuses to walk by the kitchen. ;) Yum!

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the ungourmet 13/10/09 21:05

Wow! Somehow I missed this one! I love the marbling on top of these! Yum!

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