Ready in 30 minutes
In a medium saucepan, combine sugar, cocoa, margarine and milk.
Bring to a boil Stirring constantly and cook for an additional 2 minutes.
Remove from heat.
Add pinch of baking soda
beat in peanut butter, karo syrup and vanilla until peanut butter is completely melted into choclate mixture.
Beat in oatmeal.
Drop by tablespoonfuls onto waxed paper.
Let cool about 45 minutes
These are quick and easy to make, have never failed to set up and are loved by everyone that tries them here.
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TMcMichaelWe used to call these haystacks growing up. They never stay long in the house2y ago
deee05Try putting the batter into cup cake liners, check out the photos, they look great!3y ago
Watto3dIf you like reeses peanut butter cups you are going to love this recepie5y ago
rjs3008Really Yummy! Make 1/2 quantity though, I did and it made 20. I used some set honey instead of the karo syrup. They didn't go very firm, so I'm keeping them in the fridge.5y ago
Gramma2My family loved them, & they were quick & easy to do.5y ago
simmonsjohnrThis is the no bake oatmeal recipe I will be using from now on...the Karo syrup really makes a difference.6y ago
martharmooreThese are wonderful!! They set more quickly if you do not use Jiff peanut butter. Jiff peanut butter is oily and causes them not to set as well. Peter Pan is a good choice. Everyone loves these cookies!!!! So easy to make and simply delicious!!! This is a good recipe site!! So glad to discover it!!!!!!6y ago