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Country Crisp Cereals

I've been looking for whole-wheat pretzels, trying to find a snack food that takes me longer than 10 seconds to eat. Sort of like a piece of hard candy made with whole grains rather than sugar. This recipe looks promising.

Recipe modified slightly; originally found at:

"Oat flakes" are rolled oats in the U.S. We'll try this with almonds, since that is what we usually have on hand. We might also try honey rather than sugar and water. -- jdcard

This is a recipe for making Jordan's Country Crisp-like cereals.

- ⏲️ Prep time: 10 min

- 🍳Cook time: 2 h

- 🍽️ Servings: 7


- Oat Flakes (270 g - 800 mL)

- Rice Flour (or any other flour) (20 g - 55mL)

- Sugar (100 g)

- Crushed Hazelnuts (20 g)

- Oil (any type) (60 g - 75 mL)

- Water (50 g)

- Chocolate (70 g) (optional)

- Vanilla Extract (1/2 tsp - 2 g) (optional)


1. Preheat the oven at 250℉/120℃.

2. Prepare the cooking support with for example, a parchment paper on a cooking plate.

3. Mix the sugar and the water, until the sugar dissolves.

4. In a large container (like a salad bowl) introduce the Flour, the Oat Flakes, and the Crushed Hazelnuts (and optionally the Vanilla Extract), and mix.

5. Introduce in the previous mixture, the Sugar Syrup and the Oil, and mix again.

6. Deposit the paste obtained on the cooking plate without exceeding 2 cm in height.

7. Bake the mixture in the 120°C oven until it becomes hard (in approximately 2 hours)

8. Break the hardened mixture to obtain cereals.

9. Add if you want some broken chocolate (or chocolate chips) in the cereals, or anything you want.


Recipe translated from french and tested by Pr.Walter Bulbazor

from this blog article

;tags: breakfast cereals english


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