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No Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Drop Cookies

No-bake, extremely delicious cookies you can put in the freezer and pull out when you have company. Great for the holidays!

Author: aimeejean

Buckeyes I

This recipe is so good that I double it whenever I make it. Since it is peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate it is almost like candy. Real buckeyes are nuts that grow on trees and are related to the...

Author: Tammy Winters

Christmas Wreaths

These Christmas wreaths are made using corn flakes and cinnamon candies. They're fun to make and eat. If the mixture is cooling too quickly, set the pan in a skillet with one inch of very hot water to...

Author: CANADAKATE

No Bake Cookies I

Tasty no-bake cookies made with oatmeal, peanut butter and cocoa. Start timing when mixture reaches a full rolling boil; this is the trick to successful cookies. If you boil too long the cookies will be...

Author: Denise

Edible Cookie Dough

Have you ever just wanted to eat cookie dough that you are about to put in the oven, then thought better of it because you didn't want to get Salmonella poisoning? Well now you can! This cookie dough is...

Author: Kala McKay

Marshmallow Treats

Can substitute marshmallow creme instead of marshmallows.

Author: ShanaLee

Nanaimo Bars I

These are a totally sinful concoction containing more calories than one would care to count. A decadent dessert! Will satisfy any sweet tooth!

Author: Shealeen

No Bake Chocolate Oat Bars

I baked about 100 dozen cookies for the holidays and these were everyone's favorite!! These bars can be frozen, just thaw 10 minutes before serving.

Author: Joanne

Grama's Corn Flake Peanut Butter Cookies

These cookies remind me of peanut butter fudge. My Grandmother made them for us, and now I make them for my family. There is nothing healthy about this recipe but it is a great sweet-tooth fixer.

Author: Nana's 3 Babies

Coconut Bon Bons

These little balls of joy are perfect for any occasion.

Author: Tamme

Nanaimo Bars III

Because it's three layers, this sounds hard but it's worth it. My son is famous for making and taking these in to work. I've heard other names but here in the Northwest everyone knows them as Nanaimo bars....

Author: MARTHA J PAUL

No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies III

These cookies were always served for school lunch. I got the recipe after marrying from one of the cooks, and have made it many times since. This cookie generally is seen with cocoa, but I like this one...

Author: Cindy Carnes

Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars IV

These bars are a classic blend of peanut butter and chocolate. Easy to make, and quick to satisfy!

Author: justine

Funky Frito Fruckies

Anytime I can find a mixture of salt and chocolate, I jump on it. These cookies/candies are rich but wonderful. If you are not a big fan of chocolate, or want these a little less sweet, leave the chocolate...

Author: Kevin Ryan

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cornflake Cookies

Sweet and salty, these cookies are quick and easy to make, requiring only 3 ingredients.

Author: linda

Frosted Corn Flake Cereal Clusters

It couldn't get any easier. No bake, peanut butter taste!

Author: Colleen J

No Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

These cookies are very easy to make and are loved by everyone.

Author: Becky Moore

No Bake Fudge Cookies

Easy to make cookies with children. No baking is required.

Author: Jamie

Super Moist No Bake Chocolate and Oatmeal Cookies

I love these cookies! The only problem I have encountered in the past with making these, is that they seem to fall apart due to dryness. Adding more milk and less oatmeal (as this recipe directs), takes...

Author: Beth Pearce

Marshmallow Crispie Bars

Easy, easy, easy. As a variation, you can add candy coated chocolates, chocolate chips, or nuts.

Author: SHECOOKS2

Coconut Date Balls

A crunchy cookie or candy with a great date taste.

Author: LANA ENKE

No Bake Chocolate Cookies II

These chocolate macaroons taste a lot like candy.

Author: LEZLEA52

Cow Patty Cookies

No bake peanut butter, oat, and nut cookies.

Author: Stephanie Watts

Grandma's Classic No Bake Cookies

This is the first cookie I ever learned to make as a child. They're very delicious with the peanut butter and oatmeal. You can eat them fresh out of the pan in a bowl with a spoon, which is delicious with...

Author: Jadebloodraven

Butterscotch Squares

An 11 on a scale of 1 to 10! Fantastic flavor of butterscotch and peanut butter with the crunch of Rice Krispies®.

Author: SUSANHOR

Special K Cookies

No bake peanut butter and cereal cookies.

Author: Mardie Ussery

Date Balls

A holiday tradition. My mother made these date balls every year at Christmas time. They may be stored in a plastic or glass container. If the weather is warm, keep them in the refrigerator. Make sure balls...

Author: Melanie Butler

Rocky Road

Fast, easy and Delicious!

Author: Christi

Nan May's Snowballs

Growing up in Newfoundland, I looked forward to Christmas each year for the huge family get-togethers, and of course the food that went along with them. This recipe is one that my Grandmother made every...

Author: Brad&Kt

Oaty Cereal Bars

Delicious snack bars that your children will love!

Author: TJACKSON

No Bakes

Oatmeal, peanut butter, and chocolate no bake cookies.

Author: Sherrie T.

Delicious Chocolate Cornflake Cakes

For all the gorgeous chocolate cakes around (and there are many), I still have a soft spot for these crunchy, chewy little cakes. I include them partly because when looking for a recipe for them recently,...

Author: superyoungcook

Buckeye Balls

Peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate. They look like buckeye nuts. Absolutely delicious!

Author: Angela J.

Babe Ruth Bars

These taste like the candy bar.

Author: Suzanne Stull

Apricot Balls

Apricot balls made with dried apricots, condensed milk, coconut and brown sugar

Author: Diane Bell

No Bake Cookies II

An easy, no-bake cookie recipe.

Author: Sandy

Chocolate Puffed Wheat Squares

MMMMMM... mom, can we have some more? A deliciously chocolaty square that packs well in little one's lunches.. (big one's too!). Enjoy!

Author: B. J. Rowlinson

Chocolate Mice

Kids will love these, they are whimsical and fun. Cute chocolate mice rolled in confectioners' sugar or chocolate cookie crumbs are very realistic.

Author: Rosina

Easy No Bake Cookies

These are easy no bake cookies that call for any flavor of INSTANT pudding, so you can get a variety of flavors to suit your particular taste.

Author: Kimberly Nielson

Eskimo Cookies

These are delicious no-bake little round ball type cookies.

Author: Cindy Gormont

Holly Christmas Cookies

We've been making these cookies for years. They are colorful, festive, and delicious.

Author: Heather Dolan

Eggless Cookie Dough (1 Serving)

I love just eating cookie dough so I made some eggless cookie dough! Substitute other add-ins for the chocolate chips if you like.

Author: JJ Leavens :]

Aunt Mary's Cookies

This was my great-grandma's sister's recipe. It's an oldie but a goodie!

Author: Julie Rehagen

Frozen Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls

These delicious treats are a hit with kids and grownups alike. Who can resist fresh cookie dough---plus now no worries about raw egg!

Author: KateLou26

Mississippi Mud Cookies

Non-bake cookie with coconut, oats and nuts.

Author: Wanda Chambers

No Bake Cereal Cookies

This is a no-bake cookie or bar with a good peanut butter taste. Ready-made chocolate frosting tastes good spread on the top.

Author: S Janssen

Frosted Cereal Bars

These bars can be made with three kinds of cereal and are quick and easy to make. One of our favorites.

Author: Glenda Ulven

Chocolate Scotcheroo Bars

A very sweet bar cookie that can be made with Special K™ or crispy rice cereal.

Author: Debbie

Cathedral Windows II

Easy and colorful cookies that resemble stained glass windows. This recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs.

Author: Crystal

Cocoa Quickies

Really good! I know the recipe by heart!

Author: Diana Lawton