Ready in 45 minutes
Easy and great tasting
"I make these often for friends and family. I work with alot of runners and this is a favorite for them. All that good protein and not real fattening. My Scouts like to have them as snacks on trips and when backpacking in cooler weather.
They make up really fast and not to much cleanup. Even for those cooks that can't cook you can't mess these up, they will always turn out right.
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Combine sugar, milk, cocoa and butter in saucepan over medium heat; bring to a boil. Continue to boil for 1 1/2 minutes; remove from heat. Stir in peanut butter until melted. Add oats.
Drop by spoonfuls on wax paper and let cool.
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ibumbum 1 month agoI'm just laughing out loud at the display picture omg
nicolethomas96 3 months agoReally proud of these
LavenderWand 8 months agoI only had 1 cup of oats (actually it was 3 packets of instant oatmeal) so I adjusted the measurements with BigOven's help. Turned out great!
Dana 9 months agoThe recipe did not set up. I even tried the freezer. Also this recipe makes way more than 12 cookies.
dottel 9 months agoTasty but a little too sweet for me
paulettawilson3 9 months agoGood no bake cookie reminds me of when i was a kid
clararoza 1 year ago
baking_baby 1 year ago
Shayhilsinger 1 year agoEasy & tasty! Nice treat for hot summer days :)
terrytl 1 year ago
rooroo93 1 year ago
stayc1714 1 year agoI followed directions but for some reason, they never hardened, even after being in the freezer. Loved these as a kid but I dont have the gift I guess
michellefites 1 year ago
ohhamsterbaby 1 year agoSimple, easy to make, and delicious. This is my new go-to No Bake Cookie recipe. I only used 1 1/2 C of sugar, and I added a little more cocoa powder. They were great and just the right texture--not too crumbly or dry. I'll definitely be making these again.
Groovymamma78 2 years agoSubstituted soy butter for school setting. Was great!
csunshine7313 2 years agoVery good. Just like I remember making as a kid. Definitely will make it again for sure. Thank you for this recipe.
Kialiamea 4 years agoVery very good!
mountainrunner 4 years agoA lost recipe from my childhood, a blessing to find again. 5 minutes to make. 5 minutes for family to devour. Decadence offset by the healthful oatmeal. Comfort snack. Thanks for posting it .
mamabunny 5 years agoI make these often for friends and family. I work with alot of runners and this is a favorite for them. All that good protein and not real fattening. My Scouts like to have them as snacks on trips and when backpacking in cooler weather. They make up really fast and not to much cleanup. Even for those cooks that can't cook you can't mess these up, they will always turn out right.
bholland 6 years agoRecipe here calls for 3 cups oats. You can sub with pecans and/or coconut to total 3 cups; one of which MUST be oatmeal.