Ready in 45 minutes
Aka "No Bake Cookies."
These were a childhood favorite at Grandma's House.
"It worked! The cookies set this time! Hooray! I didn't have enough quick cooking oatmeal in the house so I had to use half original oatmeal with the half quick cooking oatmeal I had on hand. I also boiled the mixture for EXACTLY one min. and made sure I formed the cookies EMMEDIATELY after I stirred in the oatmeal. One of these factors resulted in success. Finally! "- Jeanwgriffin
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Melt butter in a 2 quart or larger non-stick saucepan. Add sugar, milk, and cocoa and bring to a boil for about 1 minute. Remove from heat. Stir in vanilla and peanut butter first, then add oatmeal and mix thoughly. Drop from a spoon onto wax paper or cookie sheet and cool.
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bfdboston 7 months agoSeems like its missing an ingredient. Not impressed. They're ok but nothing to be excited about
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annandyricci 1 year agothey are great
kenpojohn 1 year ago
Amatachurch1 2 years agoYummy I love them and takes not time at all to make and easy clean up
SnowflakeQuilts 3 years agoThis was way too easy and tastes really good. I think next time I'll cut down the amount of sugar a little though
Mkstyers721 3 years agoExcellent! Quick and very good. We added some cinnamon to the recipe as well.
Jeanwgriffin 3 years agoIt worked! The cookies set this time! Hooray! I didn't have enough quick cooking oatmeal in the house so I had to use half original oatmeal with the half quick cooking oatmeal I had on hand. I also boiled the mixture for EXACTLY one min. and made sure I formed the cookies EMMEDIATELY after I stirred in the oatmeal. One of these factors resulted in success. Finally!
Jeanwgriffin 3 years agoI love the flavor but everytime I make it I have to put them in the fridge to get them to set. What am I doing wrong? The kids eat the soft dough before it has a chance to set. So I guess it doesn't matter. It just bugs me that they won't set. I don't feel I can give them as a gift or to a party. A shame because they are so yummy!
TheresaMassad 4 years agoI love these cookies! My maw maw made these all the time when we were growing up!
mujws1 4 years agoHmm I used to make these When I was home alone. Everytime I finished a batch of these I always had relatives show up when it was not planned. When I moved out of state I misplaced the recipie Again I have it while now there are not relatives show up I now have friends show up out of the blue workes everytime for me :)
hanan@home 6 years agoThese are so rich and decadent that I like to drop them by the teaspoon making them just big enough for a couple bites. I love to make a variety of very small cookies and serve them throughout the holidays. These will be sure to be on the next holiday plate.
cleverkt 7 years agoI'm not sure if I did something wrong - but these are too runny to even think about setting into anything. Anyone got any suggestions? I'd be happy to give it another go, but can't think what I could possibly have done wrong. Please send me a message if you have ideas! I'm too frustrated to keep it on my try soon list!
Harveysangel 7 years agoI definately would make this again!
serialpurrs.org 7 years agoThis recipe also does well with crunchy peanutbutter.
mcrismon 8 years agoAnything chocolate has to be good!
stevemur 8 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
1MoreCreative 8 years agoAnything chocolate has to be good! [I posted this recipe.]