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    No-Bake Confections

    Why do I always think treats made with cereal are more healthful than other kinds? I'm a sucker for cereal treats; that's what I always brought to school for my students on special occasions. Of course, there are other no-bake treats here too. Hot summer weather is the perfect time to try these no-bake delights. Note that children can help make many of the recipes here!
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    5 Reviews |  By Emily1

    Great for the chocolate lover. They are easy and great for kids.

    Recipe #15859

    A chocolate and peanut butter lover's dream come true! This is a sweet that is a specialty of the John MacMillan Presbyterian Church's "Christmas Affair," held every fall in Bethel Park, PA...They make it every year because it "roars" and people love it! :) (Prep time does not include time it takes for "butter" to set.)

    Recipe #44048

    Easy to make, kids favorite treat after school.

    Recipe #27491

    This candy is a must for gifts, parties, or special occasions, especially if your time is limited. NOTE: The butterscotch chips will NOT melt. When they are soft, they look shiney. Do not overcook, as the chocolate will burn. You may use more peanuts if desired. I usually throw in more to make sure the last pieces have some nuts in them.

    Recipe #15927

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This one really came in handy when my oven died a few years ago, after 15 years of faithful service!

    Recipe #15287

    This is an unusual finish to your Mexican meal.

    Recipe #28535

    Another family favorite.

    Recipe #16380

    4 Reviews |  By Linda2

    I don't know where this recipe came from but my friends go nuts trying to figure out how I made it! My Scrabble buddy can eat four of them! Everyone loves this dessert!

    Recipe #8787

    This snack mix recipe was modified from one i read on the back of a cereal box to suit my anti-raisin tastes. You can substitute raisins for the M&M's...but i think that's unnatural. it's kind of like a butterscotchy puppy chow.

    Recipe #76516

    1 Reviews |  By Dani16

    My mom and I sorta just made this up by ourselves. It has a great taste, and we use it for many family events.

    Recipe #31097

    Quick easy kid-pleasers

    Recipe #19416

    These are a great treat and so quick and easy to prepare. Kids and adults love them...it's hard not to! Individually wrap the bars in plastic wrap and they are ready to go!

    Recipe #26827

    This is a very simple, great tasting dip that my kids, in particular, love.

    Recipe #33669

    6 Reviews |  By Nandi

    My mother and I made these when I was little. Wanted to share with my children and they love them too!

    Recipe #82427

    1 Reviews |  By lucy k.

    This is almost as hard to make as Rice Krispie cake. Cook time is time in refrigerator

    Recipe #77910

    I found this recipe in another of my groups online. As related in the post it is from Weight Watchers and is 3 points. I had to fight my kids for these treats because they are sooo yummy!

    Recipe #96777

    These are so good, and so easy to make, they don't take more than 15 minutes to make in total, these are extremely addictive, you won't be able to stop eating them lol! You can sub whipping cream for the evaporated milk, I have done this a few times, and it seems to work just fine, also you can use 1/2 cup white sugar and 1/2 cup light brown sugar if desired. Just remember to leave the mixture sit in the pot or bowl for about 10 minutes or longer to allow the mixture to firm up. If desired chill the balls firsty and then coat in melted semi-sweet chocolate...YUMMMMMM!

    Recipe #76337

    Cookies or Candy?? I have no idea...but they are easy and good!

    Recipe #31512

    My mom helped me post this recipe. These candies are like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and are fun for kids to make because you don't have to cook them. My mom and I made these together.

    Recipe #21812

    Sticky, gooey, and sweet--this is happy food:) And, it can easily be increased to feed a crowd of comfort snackers:)

    Recipe #72518

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