The thin, crispy, chewy Momofuku Milk Bar cornflake cookie is here. Try for yourself to see if it is as buttery and delicious as the original. We think so.The thin, crispy, chewy Momofuku Milk Bar cornflake cookie is here. Try for yourself to see if it is as buttery and delicious as the original. We think so.
By Oana Olguta
I’m in love with Momofuku Milk Bar recipes. Christina Tosi’s recipes are interesting, complex, slightly quirky and they turn out perfect every single time, what’s not to love?! And the outcome is delicious, looks amazing and taste just like I imagined they would be like. Ever since I made a Raspberry Lemonade Cake, inspired by the Momofuku cakes, I kept longing after a proper Momofuku dessert. I have pages and pages of tiny notes and recipes written in my recipe notebook and I couldn’t wait for an occasion to bake something nice and gooey. And here it is – Momofuku Cornflake Cookies.
These Momofuku cornflake cookies are everything I ever wanted from a cookie – thin, crisp, buttery, slightly chewy, candy-like, packed with goodies and melt-in-you-mouth, while still textured. The recipe calls for cornflakes, chocolate chips and mini marshmallows so you can imagine that they taste amazing. They’re a real treat for your sweet tooth, that’s for sure! I skipped adding mini marshmallows though, because a certain tiny human has eaten them all. They were delicious anyway! Oh did I mention that they are giant?! Yes, they are huge, one is enough for one person and all it needs is a glass of milk to become the perfect little treat when you need comfort food or just an energy boost.Print
I am a self-taught baker and pastry-school graduate and I have an affinity for food. But I especially love baking, taking pictures, exploring dessert cookbooks, entremets and writing. I focus on creative desserts and baking techniques that are aimed to both novices and experts in the kitchen and I truly believe that being a pastry chef is not about looking for innovative ways of making desserts, but about learning the basic techniques and then combining them into new, original desserts, relying on textures and flavors.