A quick and easy no-bake recipe that uses oatmeal, peanut butter, cocoa and lots of sugar to produce candy-like, sinfully sweet cookies that are chocolatey, peanut-buttery and delicious! This recipe is also a great way to get the kids in the kitchen making fun food!
8966 people marked it a Favorite, 5246 people marked it a Try SoonYield: 36 Servings Ready in 45 minutes
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cokhmatov , 1 months agoFamily loved them. Would prefer to substitute some of the oats with coconut and some seeds/nuts for added nutrition.
TaraPeababy , 5 months ago
janettaconsuela , 6 months ago
SweetShirleyAnn , 6 months agoWas the very 1st thing I learned to cook way back when. They were called "Boiled Cookies" because thats how you cook them. Also I use 1/2 Cup Evaporated Milk and 3 Cups Sugar but no Salt. You can also use raisins, coconut just adjust the oats.
lugo , 7 months agoYumm
Fergcx1 , 8 months agoI decreased the sugar by 3/4 cup and it turned out perfect!! Plenty sweet enough.
nnariza , 9 months ago
chrystalmimbs , 9 months ago
jessicaunderwood , 9 months ago
vanillasandalwood101 , 10 months ago
jimshim , 10 months agoEasy to make and very popular.
ellisarr , 10 months ago
chuzuy , 10 months agoThese are the best. Very easy to make. I don't use exactly 3 cups oatmeal, maybe 2 1/2 cups.
Victoria16 , 11 months ago
tiff31 , 11 months ago
rangerwife , 11 months agoMy husband and kids beg me to make these every weekend!
mogriff1 , 11 months agoVery yummy! My mixture turned out really dry and crumbly at the end so I added 1/4 cup of milk to it. After my cookies were formed and shaped I drizzled melted triple chocolate sauce over them. (I halved the recipe and got about 10 nice sized cookies). Delicious and easy to make!
nikki1992 , 11 months agoI am about to make some of theis now they look good lol.