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Cream cheese cornflake cookies make the perfect early morning breakfast when you’re on the go.
You always fail at one point. But that’s the secret—you always learn from your mistakes. After failing, you slowly try to perfect the actions until you can do it even with your eyes closed. That’s how life is, isn’t it? You fail, you stand up, and you do it again.
Sometimes, we even fail for a number of times that we start to lose hope. But never worry. Life is a continuous cycle. There will always be downs, but there will also be ups. We just have to be patient.
So what’s with all the life teachings? Nothing really. It’s just that when I saw this recipe and read how it came to be, I was a bit touched and then amused. Touched because of my best friend, who owns this recipe, had a few realizations about life and mistakes that she told me about. Amused because it was a bit funny how her simple mistake turned out to be a really good one.
Her husband and her kids all loved the recipe she thought was a failure! And they seemed to even have gotten addicted to it. Check out this recipe and find out what’s so addicting about these cream cheese cornflake cookies.
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Quick Tip: Serve with warm milk or tea.