No Bake Cookies

One word:  EASY! One more word:  YUM! These classic cookies are a hit wherever I take them, which is wherever we have to go when I don’t have the time or the ingredients to make anything else!

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  1. My hubby is the maker of this cookie at my house–it’s his specialty, and pretty much the only “sweet treat” he knows how to make!

  2. ymmmm… those look so good.

  3. I saw your link on Blissfully Domestic. These cookies sound great. I love easy!

  4. That’s great! I can’t wait to try them! Thanks for the recipe!

  5. Oh! I just love these! My parents used to make them all the time.

  6. These are some of my families favorites and great for a hot day.

  7. Yum! Chocolate and peanut butter!! 😀 We love no bake cookies!

  8. They used to serve these in our school cafeteria and I still love them!

    I am thinking about getting a cookie scoop for my birthday. What size would you recommend?

  9. I’ve been eating these delicious treats since I was a kid! Recently I just taught my tweens how to make them. We love them in all their chocolatey and peanut buttery goodness!

  10. These sound good! Quick and healthy! I think I’ll be “sneaky” and try to add some flax seed in there too for added crunch…and other reasons! Thanks for the recipe!

  11. Those look SO yummy! Love no bake recipes!

  12. I love easy and yummy. Thanks.

  13. I have a similar recipe, and I love these they are so addicting!

  14. Oh, we love these cookies! My MIL makes hers in a pan as bar cookies and that’s even easier. I used to love helping my mom make these when I was a little girl. Fun memories… thanks!

  15. Ditto. Yum!!!!

    Thanks for sharing!

  16. I love these cookies, but I do not believe that I have ever made them!

    Thank you for the recipe!

  17. ohh these are soo good, I make them all the time, my kids use to call them cow drops when they were little lol

  18. This is my go-to recipe when I want something chocolatey and sweet and easy. My grown daughters still ask me to make these. They are so good.

  19. Yummmy!! My kids would love these!!

  20. I love no bake recipe in the summer. THANKS!!!! Geri

  21. I make these too. I think we are do for some chocolate this weekend after all this zucchini! 🙂

  22. Oh yes! I love these, too. Been making them since I was a kid. They’re my go-to cookie because I always have the ingredients in the house. Sometimes I cut the peanut butter in half and add a little coconut — also very yummy.

  23. Thank you for posting this! I love your recipes. I did your Rice crispy treat ornaments at Christmas time for my coworkers and they were a HUGE hit. Then a few days ago I tried making these and they were a big hit too! (Even with me messing up the recipe. Twice! I’m not a good multitasker…) I blogged briefly about it here:

  24. Would sure like to have a copy of the recipe WITH the picture!

    • You’re “odd man out” but I’d be happy to help if I can. If we can coordinate a time that you want to print, I’ll reformat it for you temporarily. Everyone else seems to prefer/request no photos in the printed recipe, I’m guessing because of printer ink usage… Just let me know!

  25. I hope someone can help me. I have just made these for the second time and they haven’t set up either time. I didn’t use real butter and that’s the only thing I can think of. I remember having these and they are so yummy and I just want them to turn out. I don’t know if its the humidity or something else but I want to know if anyone else has had this problem. Thanks

    • Hmmm, I’m not sure. I would definitely try real butter if you can, and then maybe add an extra 1/2 cup or so of oats? Also, put them in the refrigerator to set up. That’s what I do when I’m in a hurry. Hope that helps!

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