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"My mother has been useing this same recp for about 30 yrs now they are awesome only diff is we boil 3 min then remove from heat add vanilla pb and oats if they don't set we scrape back up and cook linger but if your cookies are crumbly you cooked them to long. "- Iheartyou
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This recipe was in The Kansas City Star food section about 10 years ago. I manage to make them about once a month. No-bakes are a must hav cookie whenever we take a car trip. In a pan, mix sugar, cocoa, milk and butter. Heat mixture and cook until it boils. Remove from heat and cool one minute. Add vanilla extract, peanut butter and oatmeal; mix well. Drop mixture by teaspoonfuls onto wax paper. Let cool until set. Posted to EAT-L Digest 15 Sep 96 From: Jennifer Marshall
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yolandalenin 1 month agoAwesome! So simple and delicious.
bakingbunny 1 year agoAwsomeAwsome
Iheartyou 2 years agoMy mother has been useing this same recp for about 30 yrs now they are awesome only diff is we boil 3 min then remove from heat add vanilla pb and oats if they don't set we scrape back up and cook linger but if your cookies are crumbly you cooked them to long.
Kaitlin5 2 years agoCookies were soooo good! I will def. Be making these again soon!
Xander2010 2 years agoAwesome, easy and kid-friendly recipe to make. The whole family enjoys them!
Yokomsa 3 years agoThese cookies were a hit at a friendly gathering! They are easy to make and very yummy!
Queenie82 3 years agoThey came out very dry and crumbly. I've made these cookies from different recipes before. I will give it a second try though just to see.
Lego233 3 years agoGreat and easy...everyone loves
nancyjStephens 3 years agoI like this cookie recipe because it can be served to vegetarians, unlike many cookies. It's tasty and moist for about three days, then it dries out and gets crumbly. I've made it several times and recommend it to you.
LindajChapman 5 years agoWell I'm a diebetic. I made them for my 5 grandchildern and a half dozon for my neighbors child and they loved them. They loved everything about them. I would serve some good cold milk, and no improvement needed. Thanks for this wonderful recipe.