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    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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    3 Reviews |  By lazyme

    Fun, easy, no-bake cookies. Kids of all ages love them.

    Recipe #197003

    EVERYONE loves this one. We make them every holiday and never have any leftover for ourselves. No one can resist them. We use "Martha White" brownie mix, it seems to work the best.

    Recipe #187051

    This one is a little different from the one I found posted here. From Kraft Foods magazine.

    Recipe #186726

    These are quite addicting. The flavor improves after 24 hours. You can store them for about 2 weeks. I made these for Christmas 2005, and they were very popular. I found this recipe on allrecipes.com.

    Recipe #186461

    Kids will have a ball making these rich treats. Although the centers are traditionally creamy, you can add graham crackers to the mix if you prefer crunchy. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #183942

    This are really good! And so easy! Time does not include time to cool.

    Recipe #183202

    I was searching the family cookbook and saw this, I remember me and my brother making this for a bake sale and eating it before we got there so had to make more, lol. This is a double recipe for a swiss roll tray

    Recipe #182361

    I've had this recipe for years and don't really know where I got it. I've only ever made these during the Christmas season. I store them in an old clear glass, clasp-lid mason jar with gold glittered decorations and a pretty ribbon. Cooking time is standing time. Rum or Brandy can be substituted for the whiskey. For those of you in the UK, you can substitute digestive bisquits for the wafers and also sub golden syrup for the corn syrup.

    Recipe #181257

    The man of the house loves Rice Crispie Treats, but he always complains that I don't make thick enough or enough of them. So I have increased the original recipe to an amount that actually lasts more than 1 day !!These are soft & chewy and will stay that way if you keep them tightly covered, like in Tupperware.

    Recipe #179640

    From the Fabulous Foods website. I can't wait to make these this holiday season. A change from the normal bourbon balls. These will become more flavorful after sitting for 2-3 days, so plan ahead or make sure you put some aside for yourself to enjoy later. Time is a guess because I have not made these yet.

    Recipe #177202

    Lil was my dear mum-in-law and she'd make Wheaties for us often when we went to visit. A very easy popular slice.

    Recipe #175695

    I named this candy Pat's because a lady at my work brings this in, and all I can tell you is one word NUMMY!!!! ok 2 words nummy & addictive!!! **Just a note I made this myself today. I halved the recipe and I did it in the microwave. I melted the chocolate and peanut butter in a huge measuring cup, then had all the other ingredients in a bowl and added the melted ingredients to that. Turned out great!

    Recipe #174716

    No-bake cookie. Chocolate and oats. Nuts optional. *I haven't tried these with the coconut and walnuts, it is excellent without! Also try half cocoa half peanut butter. I made some with 2/3 cocoa and 1/3 peanut butter and they were so good.

    Recipe #174524

    My kids (the big one too!) absolutely LOVE these...they one-up Rice Krispies Treats around here! Sometimes we make them into squares or cut them out with shaped cookie cutters, but when these are in demand, rolled in ball form works just as well! These also make yummy fillers on cookie/candy trays.

    Recipe #174345

    Unbaked cookies. These cookies have tons of names, e.g. Hay Stacks, Turtles, Unbaked Cookies, etc. They have always looked like cow poop to me, but they are addicting. Betcha can't eat just one!

    Recipe #173118

    No oven-baking for these and takes minutes to make!

    Recipe #170426

    A simple dinner when you are short on time.

    Recipe #169265

    I have to make this for school and was surprised that it wasn't listed here yet.

    Recipe #168408

    While looking for a nobake cookie I found this for the kids to try.... I did change the powder sugar from 1 lb to 2 cups. We fount it too sweet for us. You might want to taste after the 2 cups and add some more.

    Recipe #163372

    This is no-bake except for the crust. If you are using the packaged lemon pie filling mix add in a couple tablespoons of fresh lemon juice just to "kick it up a notch" and also a couple drops of yellow food colouring if desired.! If you prefer a sweeter filling then add in some sugar when beating the cream cheese mixture, just remember that the Cool Whip is already sweetened. To save time make the crust up to a day in advance. You can double this and make it in a 13 x 9-inch pan, and I strongly suggest doing so, this dessert is AMAZING!

    Recipe #163141

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