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Peanut Butter and Corn Chip No Bake Cookies

Posted by  ·  January 13, 2018  ·  Last Updated: October 5, 2018

These peanut butter and corn chip no bake cookies is one of those crazy recipes I just had to give a try because I love no bake cookies.  My friend Alice shared these super simple peanut butter no bakes with me and I loved them. It is kinda kookie to put corn chips in cookies,  but it is oh so delicious.

peanut butter no bakes

How to make Peanut Butter and Corn Chip Kookie Kookies

With only four ingredients these peanut butter no bakes come together easily and you don’t even need to turn on the oven. In minutes you have have a delicious treat!  Be sure to not boil more than a minute. You want these cookies gooey like caramel. YUM!

4.34 from 21 votes

Peanut Butter and Corn Chip No Bake Cookies

Only four ingredients to these simple yet delicious cookies.  I have heard them called Kookie Cookies!
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword cookies, gluten free, peanut butter, snacks
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 6 minutes
Servings 36
Calories 118 kcal
Author Cindy Hopper


  • 1 corn chips 9.75 to 10.5 ounce bag
  • 1 cup light corn syrup
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup creamy peanut butter


Spread corn ships in a greased 15 in x 10 in by 1 in baking pan.

    In a saucepan over medium heat, bring corn syrup and sugar to a boil, stirring frequently to help dissolve the sugar.  Boil 1 minute. Remove from heat; stir in peanut butter until smooth. Pour over corn chips.

      Nutrition Facts
      Peanut Butter and Corn Chip No Bake Cookies
      Amount Per Serving
      Calories 118 Calories from Fat 45
      % Daily Value*
      Fat 5g8%
      Sodium 68mg3%
      Potassium 53mg2%
      Carbohydrates 17g6%
      Sugar 13g14%
      Protein 2g4%
      Calcium 13mg1%
      Iron 0.2mg1%
      * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

      Spread corn ships in a greased 15 in x 10 in by 1 in baking pan.

      In a saucepan over medium heat, bring corn syrup and sugar to a boil, stirring frequently to help dissolve the sugar.  Boil 1 minute. Remove from heat; stir in peanut butter until smooth. Pour over corn chips.


      I thought a drizzle of melted semi-sweet chocolate chips would be a nice touch. However, it really wasn’t necessary. Cool, Break (tear — it’s gooey)  into pieces or….


      make individual cookies. Give them a try! I would love to know what you think!


      Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies YUM!

      These taste a little bit like peanut butter cornflake cookies nut have that more salty sweet combo!

      If you love peanut butter you might like these 3 ingredient peanut butter cookies there is easier peanut butter butter drop cookies.   They are super easy and gluten free! Another favorite simple cookie recipe at our house are chocolate no bake cookies. If you are looking for more gluten free sweet treats try this gluten free no bake cookie recipe.

      Filed Under: Recipes, Sweets

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      1. Rosa parks
        Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
        I made them they were very good but I thought they needed more peanut butter sauce on them
      2. Joanie
        Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
        Looks yummy 😋 but do you have any sugar free recipes
        Thank you
      3. Nancy Thompson
        Thursday, January 31st, 2019
        I have been making this bar for years. Absolutely delicious
      4. Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
        Been making for years except I don't use white sugar I use brown sugar and use the scoop corn chips the generic at Walmart my favorite even over the Fritos brand for this recipe not normally an off-brand person just seem to work better for this recipe and I just keep all three even no matter how much I want to make
      5. Sunday, December 23rd, 2018
        Awesome recipe!!! It’s like cornflake bars on crack! If you like sweet & savory + peanut butter, you’ll love this combination of flavors with the corn chips. Very addicting flavor. I slightly crushed the corn chips and poured the gooey mix over them in a bowl to coat them well then spread them onto a greased baking sheet to cook.
      6. vsiden
        Thursday, November 29th, 2018
        I just made these. Recipe is easy. But I used a whole bag of corn chips and still had lots of the mixture to cover the chips. Found it kind of tasteless and sprinkled with some salt. Using for a cookie exchange and will probably not make them again. Was disappointed
        • Cindy
          Friday, December 21st, 2018
          So sorry you didn't like them. They are gooey and should have tons of topping. I wonder if you had too many chips and not enough of the yummy caramel peanut butter mixture.
      7. Pepper
        Friday, April 15th, 2016
        I read through nearly all of the comments. I am definitely trying these, exactly as the recipe is written. I've also tried many of the other recipes mentioned, however, the texture and flavor combinations is different with each. I'm excited to try the textural crunch and distinct saltiness of the corn chips with the Pnut butter. This combination intrigues me!
      8. deb
        Monday, February 8th, 2016
        My aunt always makes these and I couldn't find the recipe. Thank you for sharing!
      9. Thursday, January 14th, 2016
        National corn chip day is coming up on Jan 29 - I think these have to be part of the menu!
      10. LisaL
        Friday, January 1st, 2016
        Just made this to eat while watching football today! Happy New Year!!
      11. vickyseroka
        Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
        I make these every year at christmas but with special K cereal. After spreading the hot cereal mixture out I melt semi sweet choc. And butterscotch chips together and poor over top. Let them cool and cut into bars. Everyone wants them every year. SO GOOD ....

        them every year.
      12. Karen
        Tuesday, November 17th, 2015
        This was so good I've had requests to make it again for our holiday party this year!! YUMMY!
      13. Frank McMillan
        Friday, September 4th, 2015
        Great recipe the only thing I changed was to add some jalapeños I also make a chocolate jalapeño cake yum good
      14. Frank McMillan
        Friday, September 4th, 2015
        Great recipe the only thing I changed was added just a pinch of jalapeño powder chocolate and hot pepper goes great I also make a chocolate jalapeño cake um um good
      15. Casey smith
        Friday, August 14th, 2015
        I was wondering if any one else had the same problem I did when goin to break them apart? Pretty much destroyed the integrity of the chips and turned into fritos toffee basically. Didn't think it was going to be that tough to break apart especially for sitting in the freezer for a good half hour. Any tips would be,appreciated.
        • Sunday, August 30th, 2015
          I think you might have overheated the mixture.
        • Jen
          Saturday, August 18th, 2018
          I love these! I use fritos scoops and they dont break. Let them sit at room temp instead of freezing.
      16. HamMom
        Friday, July 31st, 2015
        Can't wait to try these! Might add some reeeses pieces to the top! *drool*
      17. krissy
        Thursday, June 11th, 2015
        Have you thought of adding in dome marshmallows? Maybe and 1/2 the sugar???? Would stuck better like rice crispy treats???
      18. Jb
        Wednesday, May 13th, 2015
        Jo - corn chips are tortilla chips or fritos that you would normally dip in salsa --- I love this recipe so easy and everyone loves it!
      19. Jo
        Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
        They look soooo good. Want to make them, but unsure of what the corn chips actually are? I'm trying to find a UK alternative, but not sure what I'm looking for!
      20. Lorie A
        Sunday, February 15th, 2015
        Try sprinkling some cocktail peanuts and plain M&M's over the corn chips before pouring the peanut butter mixture over. Delicious!
      21. Sandra
        Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
        I had a recipe like this but was made with corn flakes. I loved it. I will try this.
      22. Samantha
        Monday, December 1st, 2014
        These were fantastic. The recipe was easy and quick. The flavor addicting. Will be making these again soon. The chocolate was a nice touch of color and flavor.
      23. Lori
        Monday, October 6th, 2014
        These were sooo yummy! Love the chocolate and the salt!
      24. Sara
        Saturday, October 4th, 2014
        It's soooooo much better with only 1/2 cup of sugar, 1/2 cup of corn syrup and 1/2 cup of peanut butter! Cutting the saucy part in half keeps it from getting too thick which balances the sweet/salty factor and helps the chips to stay crispy!
      25. Todd
        Friday, October 3rd, 2014
        Epic fail. Peanut butter mixture looks more like refried beans. No way to pour it. Should have just made brownies out of a box.
      26. Karissa
        Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
        I made these tonight. How do I keep the fresh for tomorrow?
      27. Sandy
        Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
        I made this with Rice Krispie's, either put into a pan OR roll in a ball and dip the top in melted chocolate (more like a piece of candy) everyone loves them
      28. Kimberly
        Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014
        I think I need to try this recipe... and use the chili cheese fritos! I'm weird though, and I like to put chili cheese fritos inside a pb&j sandwich.
      29. Diana
        Saturday, August 16th, 2014
        Delish! I put pretzels in a corner since pb & pretzels are my fave - turned out great too! Next time I'll line the pan with parchment or wax paper on a day with lower humidity... super sticky but worth it!
      30. Suzanne
        Thursday, August 14th, 2014
        Great fun treats! The key word is treat. a special something to enjoy in moderation. Lisa McKenzie, I truly admire your ability to forego the occasional indulgence. However, for most of us, the the key to healthy eating is not utter deprivation, it is eating heathfully and enjoying special treats in moderation. No need to resort to insults. Cheers to you Cindy for keeping such a positive attitude. Thanks for the fun recipe!
      31. Debora Batz
        Tuesday, August 12th, 2014
        First recipe EVER that I had trouble getting it off the pan and onto the serving tray....because they kept falling into my mouth. I actually felt a little ill from eating so much, not like me at all. This is a warning for all- do not make these if you like salty sweet gooey melt in your mouth treats. Yeow!
      32. Beverly Ossowski
        Wednesday, August 6th, 2014
        This sweet treat is exactly what I need when I want that sweet & salty snack! I love it, have made it twice already!!!
      33. Lisa Mackenzie
        Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
        Whatever happened to free speech!? My comment was removed because I dared to say that these 'cookies' were unhealthy! No wonder the US is in the grip of an obesity epidemic with all its associated health problems. It is a scandal that I am prevented from voicing my perfectly polite opinion amongst all these ill-advised gushings of praise for what is essentially poison! This site has lost all credibility in my eyes!...and I guess you won't post this one either. Shame on you!
        • Monday, August 11th, 2014
          I don't think it was removed. I am just behind on approving comments. You are completely entitled to your opinion, thanks for reading!
        • Juju
          Thursday, October 18th, 2018
          Get a grip, lady, not everyone is a health nut. These are for special occasions, not for dinner every day! I'd hate to eat at your house without an occasional treat!
      34. Lisa Mackenzie
        Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
        Obesity, diabetes, amputation, blindness, heart disease, death...on a plate!
        • Kristin Cox
          Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
          Then do not make them. People are free to eat what they want. That means you do not have to like or even read this recipe it is your choice!
      35. Lori Patterson
        Saturday, June 28th, 2014
        I have made this for years....but I takes the broken pieces and shack in a bag with powdered sugar! Keeps the bigger chunks from sticking together! Yummmmmmm
      36. Denetta Amor
        Friday, June 27th, 2014
        I've been making these for years, only with cornflakes. I drop them like no bake cookies. For the person that likes them crunchy, just boil the mixture longer and it will set up harder.
      37. ಠ_ಠ
        Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
        I can't begin to understand how these could be considered "cookies" by any sane definition of "cookie".
      38. Darla
        Wednesday, June 25th, 2014
        A lady I worked with made this but with cornflakes and butterscotch Chips drooped the by the spoonful and made drop cookies unreal !!!
      39. Kim Dossett
        Monday, June 23rd, 2014
        Been making these for years and always a fave!! :)
      40. Monday, June 23rd, 2014
        We make these all the time but before you pour on the peanut butter mixture, we sprinkle M&M's over the Fritos!! yummy!! When the different holidays come around with differnt cclors, it makes it more fun!
      41. Debbie Roach
        Sunday, June 22nd, 2014
        I make these but I use Life Cereal instead of the chips, never drizzled the chocolate over it though.
      42. k80belle
        Wednesday, June 11th, 2014
        This is wonderful ... taste like the inside of a payday bar!!
      43. Margie
        Sunday, April 20th, 2014
        I used to just use peanut butter as dip for the fritos! This recipe you posted sounds WONDERFUL! Friends were so skeptical until they tried it together. I'm going to take this to my next gathering. Feeling brave again! :) Thank you for publishing this one. Who would have thought! Right?
      44. Maria
        Monday, March 24th, 2014
        These were incredible.
      45. Nonononononoooooo
        Wednesday, November 13th, 2013
        This is what's wrong with America. Seriously. In one post, you've encapsulated so many terrible notions.
      46. Cathy Freitag
        Thursday, September 19th, 2013
        add a cup of salted peanutes to the mix.....Perfection
      47. Jen
        Saturday, September 14th, 2013
        Donna, yes... you actually are crossing an ethical boundary. It's a common mistake in this new internet age of intellectual property. By pasting ingredients/directions into the comments, you are keeping a lot of Pinners from going to the actual website to view the content directly. It is easy over time for the origninal blogger/creator to lose credit for the post. It is always betst to link directly to the actual site where the post appeared. Another gray area is posting a pin that references a recipe/post from another page. It's like a game of childhood telephone... sometimes the true meaning (or true credit) gets "lost in translation" by all the repostings.
      48. Laura Thompson
        Saturday, August 31st, 2013
        I have made this with cornflakes and I just spoon drop onto parchment paper.
      49. Sunday, August 11th, 2013
        OUT OF THIS WORLD. i love you i hate you i love you i hate you...thank you Cindy for introducing me to this sinful sinful treat. i loved it so much i will be posting soon with props to you and hopefully more people your way
      50. Maggie Ahrens
        Sunday, July 28th, 2013
        I just made these. My son and his friends were a bit reluctant to try peanut butter on their corn chips but after one bite all I heard was ...mmmmmmm...yum......awesome!! ETC.....
        LOL These are definitely something I will make time and time again. I will also drizzle a bit of chocolate over them the next time. I think the one thing I will do from now is, that after I pour on the peanut butter mixture, I will give this a bit of a stir to make sure all the chips are coated well. I had a lot of loose chips this first time.
        GREAT RECIPE!!! So easy and quick and yummy wins my teenage boys seal of approval!!!
      51. Mary Kaye Soukup McDonald
        Sunday, May 19th, 2013
        These are the best cookies bars I've ever tasted. I've given the recipes to my relatives and friends. Thank you!
      52. Donna LaDuke
        Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
        Reading your post made me think so I thought I would ask you about my pintrest page. On some of my recipe pins that I make alot I put in the comment field all the ingredients and sometimes the directions by cutting and pasting. Is this ok or am I crossing any legal or ethical line of some sort by doing this? Thanks for taking the time to read this.
        And, by the way, I made your peanut buttter and corn chip no bakes and, WOW, thanks, we love it! Thanks for sharing!
      53. Thursday, March 28th, 2013

        There's a Facebook page currently reposting photos and full recipes, which hurts bloggers' ability to make a living (in addition to being illegal.) They've reposted this one of yours (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=628940400465747&set=a.549094858450302.145992.548882378471550&type=1). Will you please take a moment to report this using this form on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/?id=208282075858952)? I'm hoping that if enough folks report it, she'll realize she can't just repost others' content like that.

        Julie Ruble
      54. Saturday, March 9th, 2013
        Made these last night...Uh-Mazing! Love, Love. I made something similar before also...w/cornflakes but I believe I like your recipe better w/the fritos!!!! Thanks much!
      55. Sherri
        Saturday, February 23rd, 2013
        These sound wonderful, as I love fritos!! I've actually made these for years, but used Chex cereal and peanuts with the peanut butter-corn syrup mixture....we've always called them PAYDAYS....can't wait to try the frito version :-)
      56. Amanda
        Sunday, February 3rd, 2013
        I wasn't sure what to think of this recipe at first, but WOW!! Amazing!! I'm definitely going make this again
      57. JJ
        Friday, February 1st, 2013
        Made this for food day at work. Very easy to make and was a big hit!
      58. Wednesday, January 9th, 2013
        I make these, but I use cocoa puffs rather than corn chips and they are to die for!!! Now I am going to have to try them with all sorts of different things!
      59. Connorlynn
        Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
        I did it with bugles. It was great.
      60. Cindy R
        Tuesday, December 25th, 2012
        tried these for Christmas....was pretty good!!
      61. Peggy B
        Sunday, December 23rd, 2012
        Tried this recipe tonight, everyone loved it. I guess I will be making more for tomorrow. Thanks for the great recipe.
      62. R.Smith
        Thursday, December 13th, 2012
        Tastes like a Payday! Love it!
      63. Jennifer
        Wednesday, December 5th, 2012
        My son has Celiacs disease and we are always looking for snack ideas he can have as I don't make much that he can't. My other kids eat what he eats and they all will love this! Thank you so much!
      64. Jeanette
        Tuesday, November 13th, 2012
        I'm going to try these on my grandkids and let you know! We love corn chips and all that other stuff! I can't have popcorn, so this may be an alternative to gooey Kettle corn.
      65. Lisa Williams
        Wednesday, November 7th, 2012
        I do this but I use corn flakes instead of fritos. Every time I make it people just love it.
      66. jane
        Saturday, October 27th, 2012
        a co-worker brought this in last week, I barely could keep away from it Very good!
      67. Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
        I absolutely love this idea I tried it and it was a hit thanks so much!!!! It is good for being at home wanting and easy sweet snack and AMAZING for parties. Thanks :)
      68. Megan
        Sunday, October 21st, 2012
        I use this same recipe but I do it over pop corn! It's so good. Pop the pop corn while you dissolve the sugar on the stove and then toss it all in a bowl together. Sweet and salty. Can't wait to try with the Frito's!
      69. Linda
        Monday, October 1st, 2012
        Love, Love, Love! I will slightly cut back and add 3/4 cup of syrup, p butter and sugar instead of 1 cup, next. Or.... add 1/2 bag more Fritos, yeah.....that is what I will do! Great snack!
      70. Sabrina
        Sunday, September 30th, 2012
        They are great. I grew up with a similar version, except with SpecialK cereal, and not quite as gooey. The salty Fritos and the chocolate drizzle was a fun variation. I added vanilla to your recipe.
      71. Monday, September 24th, 2012
        Oh what a fun idea! My hubby loves fritos, so I for sure need to try this recipe:-) So happy I found your post on Pinterest! Take care, Terra
      72. Barb
        Sunday, September 16th, 2012
        I made these yesterday. We love them! They are crunchy, salty & sweet & so easy to make. If you refrigerate them they get really hard.
      73. Brianna
        Friday, September 7th, 2012
        I made these last night, and my husband *loved* them. I melted half chocolate chips, half butterscotch chips and poured over the top of the peanut butter mixture.
      74. Linda
        Tuesday, September 4th, 2012
        Ignore Cheyenne. You're supposed to teach your kids to not overeat & TO EXERCISE. These are delicious ~ THANKS for sharing!
      75. Saturday, September 1st, 2012
        I'm in the cornflakes camp. My college roommate got me started on these. It's my crack! Now I'm gonna have to try it with corn chips! My thighs hate you! ;)
      76. Sunday, August 26th, 2012
        Thanks for creating a gluten free treat for us Celiacs! So many of the fun party and holiday concoctions are off limits for us. This will be a fun one to make and experiment with.
      77. August
        Wednesday, August 15th, 2012
        oh my gosh SO happy I found this recipe!!! The one thing I remember from third grade, is that we had a student teacher, and every time we had a test she brought us "stupid cookies!!!" Exactly the same as this!!!! I'm so gonna make these A.S.A.P!!!!! LOL Thanks SO much!!!
      78. Erin
        Monday, August 13th, 2012
        As I read through the comments I was thinking of a "healthier" version of this recipe.
        1. Use Splenda instead of sugar
        2. Use natural, unsweetened peanut butter

        I'm wondering if you MUST use corn syrup or if there could be a healthier alternative.

        Anyone have ideas?
      79. Emily
        Sunday, August 12th, 2012
        We call this dessert "Trash" here in Southern Oklahoma! No chocolate usually but nice touch! lol YUMMY!
      80. Becki Rae
        Saturday, August 11th, 2012
        I am making this today for a cookout...
      81. Mia
        Tuesday, August 7th, 2012
        I have made these with cornflakes for years. We grew up calling them Clue cookies (no idea why) now we call them Devil Cookies because you can't stop eating them! lol I make them in the microwave.

        1 cup corn syrup
        1 cup sugar
        1 cup peanut butter
        5 cups corn flakes (or corn chips)

        Cook the corn syrup and sugar for 4 1/2-5 minutes in the microwave in a big bowl. Stir in the peanut butter and then the flakes. Pour into a greased 9x13 pan and press out with buttered fingers. Yum!

        It's best to have the peanut butter and flakes premeasured. Good luck waiting for them to cool. ;)
      82. Patricia
        Saturday, June 30th, 2012
        I made these for my Wednesday night Missionettes group (third through fifth grade girls). They absolutely loved them!! They insisted I bring the recipe so their moms could make these. It is the perfect combination of sweet and salty!
      83. Cheyenne
        Monday, June 11th, 2012
        Sugar AND corn syrup with FRUCTOSE!!! Oh my word, no wonder there is an epidemic of obesity in our country. My granddaughters would love this...but they will never see the recipe! We adults are supposed to be the sensible ones:-)
      84. angela wilson
        Monday, April 30th, 2012
        I've made these for years. Got the recipe off of allrecipes called funky frito fruckies. They are best with dark chocolate chips left to melt on top. YUM
      85. Mc
        Thursday, April 26th, 2012
        My boyfriend told me about these and told me to check for the recipe on Pinterest, sure enough I found it and am excited to make them!
      86. Jamie J
        Sunday, April 1st, 2012
        I just made this after finding the recipe on pinterest. I love this recipe! It is even better with the chocolate drizzle!
      87. Patricia
        Saturday, March 31st, 2012
        Salty and Sweet!!! Oh the best combo ever!! I will give these a try next family get together cause I know If I made them now I would eat them all!!lol
      88. Robin
        Monday, March 12th, 2012
        I had these for the first time at a crop over the weekend and I am in LOVE with them!!! Perfect PMS food too! :)
      89. Donna
        Saturday, February 11th, 2012
        Great! So easy to make. My husband loves it too!
      90. Lora Bonnema
        Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
        We love these too. I put the melted chocolate in a baggie and cut off a small corner - it makes it very easy to drizzle evenly over the top.
      91. Mary Kosters
        Monday, January 16th, 2012
        I have found that you can use 1 1/2 - 2 bags of chips, and you still have plenty of yummy peanut butter mixture to cover all. Also it works great just to sprinkle mini choc. chips on top, no melting needed.
      92. Jennifer
        Thursday, December 22nd, 2011
        My friend jokingly sent me this recipe because I love weird concuctions of foods. I really don't care for a lot of peanut butter, but I know my dad loves both peanut butter and corn chips. The recipe took all of 5 minutes to make and it was great! I used natural, unsweetened peanut butter because you add a lot of sugar to begin with. This was a good choice, not too sweet but still nice and chewy. It was like a softer, saltier version of peanut brittle. I think I may make another batch for our Christmas party! Interesting how such a weird mix can taste so good. But then again, I never shy from odd mixtures (sugar snap cookies and nacho cheese?!)
      93. Barbara Gruben
        Sunday, December 18th, 2011
        I think my grandkids would love this. I also will like it. Corn chips and caramel who wouldn't like it.
      94. heather
        Thursday, December 15th, 2011
        Made these last night and they were surprisingly AH-MAZING!! Oh my goodness!! Absolutely going into the *go-to* file :)
      95. Crystal
        Tuesday, September 13th, 2011
        My mom has been making these for 50 yrs plus but w rice krispies. I was very surprised as an adult to find out other people think rice crispies treats ate nade w marshmello cz mine have always been made w peanut butter. The only problem w these are they are gone in 5 hrs tops abd i always make double batches
      96. Cindi
        Tuesday, August 16th, 2011
        I have made these and they are wonderful!
      97. Saturday, June 11th, 2011
        Yum. I am making it right now. I made it with dark corn syrup and half smooth and half crunchy peanut butter, since that's what I had. Also added chocolate on the top so I put it in the freezer to set a bit. Dying to rip into it, the spoon was so yummy, like peanut butter toffee.
      98. Jodi
        Wednesday, June 8th, 2011
        just made these: kinda weird, it's like a relative of rice krispies. i probably won't make them again because the PB was so hard to get off the saucepan!!!
      99. Marissa
        Thursday, June 2nd, 2011
        Made a batch to share at work today. They got renamed "Frookies" and everyone LOVED them. We were all a bit skeptical at first, but were won over by the salty/sweet/crunchy/gooey combination. Thanks for sharing!
      100. Dorothy
        Friday, May 27th, 2011
        I don't care much for corn chips or peanut butter, but both my mum and I make these and devour them in very short time! Yummy, yummy, yummy!!!
      101. Tuesday, May 24th, 2011
        Thanks so much!!! My gluten-free, cornchip loving, peanut butter loving daughter is gonna flip over these!!! I'm gonna PIN this!!!
      102. Lauralee Hensley
        Friday, May 20th, 2011
        This sauce tastes great poured over popcorn too, just make sure to get all unpopped kernels out first.
      103. Mary Pat
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Like the ideas for cornflakes--my son is gluten free, but he's not a huge fan of corn chips. He can't have a lot of PB, so will try our new favorite alternative: sunflower butter and see how it turns out! Thanks for the idea!
      104. Dana
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Sounds like a keeper to me! These are on the list for tomorrow. I like all the other versions from other commenters also. Thank you for sharing!
      105. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Haven't yet, but so totally will be making these this weekend! I'll post the Hartsaw House reviews! (Sounds like a winning combo, though, I'm guessing it will be a RUNAWAY HIT - as in it will all run away!) Thanks for posting!
      106. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        I am making these soon!! I have everything and am ready to go. One of the most repeated recipes in my kitchen is using this same sauce and covering rice chex cereal with it. I know I'm gonna go bonkers using the corn chips. Can't tell you HOW happy I am that you shared this. Your photos make me drool!
      107. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Well, you've not steered me wrong yet, but corn chips? Sounds a lot like french fries & ice cream - crazy sounding, but really yummy. I dunno...I think I might go with the pretzels in place of corn chips... Thanks for sharing!!
      108. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        This sounds good. I think we will enjoy trying this, thanks for sharing!
      109. Dawn
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        I make the same version as Mandy, with cornflakes. My family has been eating these with cornflakes and no chocolate glaze for almost 50 years. I don't know if I would be brave enough to try the corn chips though.
      110. Peg
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        I have a relative that brings these to Easter dinner every year except she puts melted CARAMEL over the corn chips then drizzles with chocolate. It is awesome!!!! Always the first to go! I will definately try these!
      111. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Like Amanda above. I loved the fact that you were using your Pampered Chef bar pan and how nicely seasoned and discolored it is. That's how you can tell you "love" your pan.
        I may just try your recipe. It reminds me of the sweet and salty of kettlecorn. Thanks for sharing. :)
        Another Pampered Chef consultant- Bonnie
      112. catie
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        my mom makes something exactly like this, only with corn flakes instead of corn chips and they are awesome! she calls them "peanut butter dabs". and when she's feeling lazy she makes them in a big slab and calls them "dab slabs." hah!
      113. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Peanut Butter and Corn Chip No Bake Cookies?? hu? I've never seen these before! I bet they are good tho!
      114. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        I have made this before but with cornflakes, can't wait to try this version, bring on the sugar!
      115. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        My favorite part of this recipe is that you are using a Pampered Chef Bar pan!!!

        Pampered Chef Consultant
        Mom of five
      116. Mandy
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        I do this but instead of corn chips I use corn flakes. It's delicious!
      117. Shannon
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        I haave a similar recipe but it uses Coco Puffs cereal instead of the chips, and you drop spoonfuls on waxed paper. My kids call them "cat poop cookies" because, well, they aren't that attractive-but delicious
      118. Shannon
        Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        And this is gluten free!
      119. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        I made this once a year, every fall for our family, but instead of the chocolate drizzle, we sprinkle with candy corn. We are usually munching on it while watching a fall football game. It is great sprinkled with M&M's, too! Your pics look great, now I have a craving..:)
      120. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Okay, I'm going to have to try this. It sounds like something my kids would love.
      121. Thursday, May 19th, 2011
        Oh this actually looks pretty good! I think I'd want to do something other than the peanut butter. Hmm....I'm thinking on it now. Pretzels and chocolate taste great...why not corn chips? lol.

        Bookmarking this via stumble now...are you over there?