The No-Bake Cookies Were a Childhood Favorite…And We Still Love Them As Adults!

The No-Bake Cookies Were a Childhood Favorite…And We Still Love Them As Adults!

Here's everything you need for these mouthwatering peanut butter chocolate no-bake cookies. This recipe requires 10 minutes of active time and makes about 60 cookies.

Ingredients to Gather

2 cups sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 stick (8 tablespoons) unsalted butter
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
3 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
1 cup smooth peanut butter
1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
Large pinch kosher salt

Directions to Follow

Start by lining a baking sheet with either parchment or wax paper, and then combining the sugar, milk, butter, and cocoa in a medium saucepan and bringing them to a boil over medium heat. Stir the mixture occasionally and allow to boil for 1 minute before removing from the heat, and then add the oats, peanut butter, vanilla, and salt. Stir to combine. Now, drop the mixture onto the prepared baking sheet in teaspoonfuls, and then let sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes, or until the cookies have cooled and hardened.

Did you grow up eating these like we did? What are some of your fondest memories of this beloved favorite? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

Article Source: Food Network

 





30 Comments

  1. Patricia Griffin
    Patricia Griffin June 22, 22:06

    these sound good but can you grind the oats to make them finer?

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  2. Gwendolyn Case
    Gwendolyn Case June 22, 22:21

    Thank you for sharing the recipe!

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  3. Lucille Pimentel
    Lucille Pimentel June 23, 01:01

    I’ve been making these for years.

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  4. Linda Philip
    Linda Philip June 23, 02:52

    Again picture does not match pcx

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  5. Dee Brown
    Dee Brown June 26, 00:09

    sooooo good

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  6. Carol Pehler
    Carol Pehler June 26, 00:48

    My grown sons still like these

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  7. Rico Gonzalez
    Rico Gonzalez June 26, 01:36

    Tabitha Tatro

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  8. Pat Blair
    Pat Blair June 26, 01:45

    Tabitha Tatro they are yummy. I usually add extra peanut butter….hahaha

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  9. Tabitha Tatro
    Tabitha Tatro June 26, 01:50

    But what are they? LOL

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  10. Pat Blair
    Pat Blair June 26, 01:50

    cookies 🙂

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  11. Pat Blair
    Pat Blair June 26, 01:51

    Chocolate, oatmeal, peanut butter cookies 😀

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  12. Tabitha Tatro
    Tabitha Tatro June 26, 01:53

    OMG that sounds so good!! That’s like 3 cookies in one!

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  13. Pat Blair
    Pat Blair June 26, 01:54

    I cant believe you have never had them!!! They are a huge favorite around here. Esp around the holidays

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  14. Yvonne Hughes
    Yvonne Hughes June 26, 02:11

    Louise Buzzanca
    Remember these?

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  15. Betty Matherne
    Betty Matherne June 26, 03:52

    Looks really good

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  16. Patricia Scott-Hall
    Patricia Scott-Hall June 26, 03:54

    Amanda Hall

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  17. Ramona Harris
    Ramona Harris June 26, 16:43

    My whole families favorite when I make these.

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  18. R3 Detox Tea
    R3 Detox Tea July 02, 07:30

    Anything about this is really important

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  19. Shirley Sellers Stephenson
    Shirley Sellers Stephenson July 02, 08:25

    I love the original but I have added or eliminated ingredients to change it up some

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  20. Tammy Flowers
    Tammy Flowers July 03, 04:53

    Do you remember these Marty Whitten Sean M. Whitten ??

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  21. Whitney Meadows
    Whitney Meadows July 30, 02:11

    Mandy Gagliardi

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  22. Marilyn Brown
    Marilyn Brown July 30, 02:15

    I make these!

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  23. Brenda Spears
    Brenda Spears July 30, 02:29

    So good!

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  24. Lois Moore
    Lois Moore July 30, 14:18

    This was the first thing we learned to bake in home economics class in school. I purchased them at the store. They are good, but homemade is always better!

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  25. Diane Richards Villa
    Diane Richards Villa July 30, 17:49

    Our neighbor would make these and bring some over when we were kids

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  26. Lucille Pimentel
    Lucille Pimentel July 31, 14:56

    I’ve been making them for years. I found the recipe in a French Canadian recipe book.

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  27. John Ralph Massey
    John Ralph Massey August 26, 16:01

    Very tasty.

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  28. Nenette Crouch
    Nenette Crouch December 05, 22:07

    Look good

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