How to Make Honey Joys Biscuits/Cookies With Gluten-Free Cornflakes

Updated on February 24, 2018
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Oliversmum is a self-taught cook and likes to try new and healthy recipes. Her preferences are biscuits/cookies, cakes, and puddings.

Enjoying Honey Joys with a coffee
Enjoying Honey Joys with a coffee | Source

Easily Made Honey Joys Biscuits

This is a very, very easy to make and tasty gluten-free recipe. Great biscuits for people who are gluten Intolerant. Only four ingredients required.

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Ingredients

  • 90 grams butter, chopped
  • 1/3 cup sugar, white or raw
  • 1 Tablespoon Honey, Pure honey
  • 4 cups corn flakes, gluten-free
  • either 22 Paper Cups, 2cm
  • or 16 Paper Cups, 2.5cm
Honey Joy Biscuit ingredients.  Kelloggs and the Kelloggs Trade Mark belong exclusively to the Kelloggs Company.
Honey Joy Biscuit ingredients. Kelloggs and the Kelloggs Trade Mark belong exclusively to the Kelloggs Company. | Source

Instructions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 150C - 300F.
  2. Place butter, sugar and honey in a saucepan stirring on low heat until mixture is frothy.
  3. Remove from stove.
  4. While mixture is still warm, slowly add corn flakes and mix until thoroughly combined.
  5. Place patty pans on cold baking tray, lined with baking paper, then spoon mixture into patty pans. ( see image below )
  6. Place tray in oven and cook at 150 degrees C./ 300 Degrees F. for 10 minutes.
  7. Remove from oven , Let stand on the tray for 5 minutes then transfer to cooling rack to cool completely.
  8. Place in an air tight container lined with baking paper.
Honey Joy biscuits measured ingredients ready for saucepan.
Honey Joy biscuits measured ingredients ready for saucepan. | Source

Utensils at the ready

Utensils required for Honey Joy biscuits
Utensils required for Honey Joy biscuits | Source

Butter Sugar and Honey in Saucepan

Place butter, sugar and honey in a saucepan stirring on low heat until mixture is frothy. (See images below) .

Ready for Gluten-Free Corn Flakes

Honey Joy ingredients frothing in saucepan.
Honey Joy ingredients frothing in saucepan. | Source

Remove From Stove

Add corn flakes and mix until thoroughly combined.

Gluten-Free Corn Flakes being added to frothing Ingredients

Corn Flakes being added to frothing ingredients to make the Honey Joy Biscuits.
Corn Flakes being added to frothing ingredients to make the Honey Joy Biscuits. | Source

Place on Tray

Place patty pans on cold baking tray, lined with baking paper, then spoon mixture into patty pans. ( see image below ).

Honey Joys Biscuits Ready for Oven

Honey Joy biscuits all mixed ready to go in the oven at 150C - 300F.
Honey Joy biscuits all mixed ready to go in the oven at 150C - 300F. | Source

Place in Oven for 10-Minutes

Place tray in oven and cook at 150 degrees C.- 300 Degrees F. for 10 minutes.

Fresh From Oven

Honey Joys fresh from oven after being cooked for 10 minutes.
Honey Joys fresh from oven after being cooked for 10 minutes. | Source

Remove From Oven

Remove from oven, let the Honey Joys stand on the tray for 5 minutes then transfer them to a cooling rack to cool completely.

Place in an air tight container lined with baking paper.

This "Honey Joy" recipe is sweet, and very crunchy, but so nice.

If the weather is cool or cold they will be fine in your cupboard.

If it is very hot place them in the fridge for 5 minutes before serving, as they could melt a little.

Hope you like this "Honey Joy" Recipe.

They certainly are moreish.

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Disclaimer

I am not a medical professional; however, after much research, I believe that all ingredients used in this recipe are gluten-free.

Furthermore, being gluten-intolerant myself, I have not had any problems in eating these crunchy, delicious Honey Joys!

Questions & Answers

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        oliversmum 4 months ago from australia

        Hi. Peter Fleming. Yes they sure are, and for now they are my favorite biscuits. Robyn. :) :)

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        Peter 4 months ago from Australia

        I agree with Linda and I reckon the name 'Honey Joy' brings up all sorts of happy thoughts.

        Oliversmum, I can assure all of your readers that the Honey Joys live up to their name and are indeed deliciously crunchy and great to have with a nice warm coffee. Cheers :)

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        oliversmum 4 months ago from australia

        Hi Linda. Yes. It is a Happy Name, and it suits the taste and flavor of these Biscuits. Thanks for your comment. :) :)

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        oliversmum 4 months ago from australia

        Hi Kari. Yes they do, and they taste nice too. Thank you for your comment. :) :)

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        Linda Crampton 4 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

        I love the name "Honey Joy". The biscuits sound like a delicious treat.

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        Kari Poulsen 4 months ago from Ohio

        They look so good!

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