...because home doesn't happen overnight.

Be sure to use a non-stick pot.  Eat it straight from the pot with a spoon, all warm and gooey.  Or, for individual cookies, just spoon out dollops of mixture onto wax paper and let them set up.  This is about the only way I eat oatmeal.  {It’s a good chocolate fix!}  To make it sound healthier, I’ll use organic sugar, milk and butter.  But I know that doesn’t constitute healthy.  I’m not sure how many servings this recipe yields {I guess it depends on how big you make your spoonfuls/cookies} but, for us, we’re lucky if the chocolatey goodness lasts longer than a day.  Enjoy!

6 Comments

13.October.2010

Ok, now this is just getting crazy – No bake cookies are my absolute FAVE! We definitely subscribe to the same magazines with the same taste :) Have you ever added peanut butter to the recipe? If not, you must try it…makes it even gooier and ridiculously good!

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replied on October 13th, 2010

Erin – Oh, yes, the peanut butter is good too! Usually I’m craving chocolate and leave out the PB for a quick fix. I knew I liked you ;)

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14.October.2010

Yes, I was going to say that the only thing I don’t see is the peanut butter! Actually, my mom always made it without and it wasn’t until college or something that I heard of people putting PB in it. Now I have to! I’m going to try your variation from mine because it uses less sugar – and with the way too many baked goods and no bake cookies I enjoy – I need all the help I can get in the sugar department.

Why do I feel this kinship to people that L-O-V-E no bake cookies as much as I do? :) Seriously, I love them too much.

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17.October.2010

I have some oatmeal choc chip cookies that I make… but frankly I prefer the dough over the cookies! This sounds like it might taste so awesome, I’ll try it next time instead.

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28.October.2010

You just made my day, even more than this perfect cup of coffee next to me. My mom used to make these but the recipe was lost a number of years ago. I have searched but the no-bake recipes always have pb or some other tweak that is a million miles away from the version I grew up with.

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09.November.2010

I’m with Kelly – you just made my day, too! I’ve been searching for this recipe for the longest time. Thanks!

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