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Fried Chicken Cookies: What’s the Matter Colonel Sanders?

by Hazel Chua
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I love those finger-lickin’-good chicken drumsticks, but as a cookie flavor? I don’t think so.

Thankfully these fried chicken cookies whipped up by Bridget over at Bake at 350 taste nothing like the real thing, although they look so much like it!

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The chicken drumsticks are probably the easiest part to form and bake. You can also easily recognize them at a glance, compared to, say, chicken breasts or thighs.

Bridget included a guide on cookie cutter templates so you can still bake some fried chicken leg cookies of your own, even if you don’t have the appropriately-shaped cookie cutters.

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Perhaps the biggest thing you might be wondering is.. What makes the chicken leg cookies look so darn crunchy? The secret, my friend, is cornflakes.

You can check out the recipe here.

[via The Awesomer via Foodbeast]

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