Home Made No Bake Cookies!





Introduction: Home Made No Bake Cookies!

 These no-bake cookies will make your head spin on how good they are! With a couple of easy steps you'll have a delicious treat that will serve your taste buds with a magical blast of flavor, after you eat a cookie you won't even believe that you made them your self! A yummy treat that anyone can make, a good activity to do while snowed in over winter break or just a good snack to have after school! The reason I would like for people to enjoy this yummy snack is it's a really fun experience and is delicious! Also, it's very easy even when you read the title you can tell that it's going to be easy!

Step 1: The Ingredients and Utensils.

Your ingredients will be:
  2 cups of sugar
  3 tbs. of chocolate powder (Hersheys)
  1 stick of butter
  1/2 cup of milk
  1/2 cup of peanut butter
  1 tbs. of vanilla
  3 cups of oatmeal
  2 bowls
  waxed paper
  and a medium sized pot.

Step 2: What You Do First

You'll want to get your sugar and chocolate powder and put them into a bowl together. Stir all of the clumps out of the mix so that it won't be all clumpy while cooking it. After stirring those two together you want to get your vanilla, your butter, milk, and peanut butter and put them in the bowl as well. Mix good so when you start to heat up all the ingredients it will blend well.
  2 cups of sugar
  3 tbs. of chocolate powder (Hershey's)
  a bowl
  1 tbs. of vanilla
  1/2 cup of peanut butter
  1 stick of butter
  and 1/2 cup of milk

Step 3: Cooking Time!

 After you get all your ingredients mixed together you want to turn your stove top on 5 so that it cooks good. You'll want to put all your ingredients in a pot and put it on the stove then get a spoon and mix it together till it starts to boil. You always want to stay near the pot so that it doesn't burn. Also only mix and boil for one minute.
  Set the temperature at around 5 (stove top)
  Mix together well but stay near the pot so it doesn't burn.

Step 4: Mixing All the Ingredients.

 Now you want to mix in your oatmeal and you want to be quick so that the chocolate doesn't start to harden. After you get ALL your ingredients together you want to get your wax paper and lay it down and start putting spoon fulls, and like I said before you want to be quick so that it doesn't harden.

Step 5: The Finishing Product.

 After letting your cookies sit for a while you can take them off of the cookie sheet and and put them onto a plate or in a plastic container to save. When finish you will be happily satisfied  with your no bake cookies! It'll be something you'll want to pass on to your kids, friends, or family.
  I hope that you will enjoy your No-Bake Cookies!

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I made them and I loved them, thanks!!

delicious! Thanks for this recipe!

if you cooking until it is in soft ball form it will make chocolat peanut butter fudge oatmeal cookies plus it hardens on a plate in under 5 minutes

Best ever cookies!! Would use 1 or 1/2 cup of sugar if you want a little less putting in fridge or freezer helps to harden up quicker. Freezer has a chewier consistency and fridge has a softer consistency.Remember USE WAX PAPER!!! Anything else will stick to the bottom of the cookie.Very good though. Nice if company's coming. Or for a Holiday celebration. Also you don`t need to let them cool when they come out of the fridge or freezer. good for a party or backyard grill party desert.

Note: these also freeze well and where a favorite in the summer when it was too hot to actually bake a cookie...my brother and I would eat them right out of the freezer sometimes.

My mom used to make these! She forgot the recipe (early dementia steals a lot of treasured things) , im glad someone else had it :)

those cookies look realy good. The look of them makes my mouth water

This takes almost no time! I tried it, it goes by quickly!

check out great sugar cookies

These were the first I ever made back when i was about 5 years old. Great cookie.

These look very good! Thanks for sharing.

My mom has made these for years. They are easily a family favorite! She actually learned the recipe from my Grandma and she would often make them in very large batches for big family and church functions. The recipe is very easy to scale up or down for the venue. Nicely done. They are just like home. Ten thumbs up!

I am such a bad baker, I'm going to have to give these a try!