Easy and quick to make. Fun variation of chocolate no-bake cookies. Coconut was a nice addition. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
These are very tasty! They don't taste too much like caramel to me, so I might bowl the mixture longer next time but they are delicious nonetheless! :) Thanks for the recipe!
mmm....these are good! I added the peanut butter like J-Lynn, in with the brown sugar mixture. These are like chocolate no-bake cookies, only caramel! I love the peanut butter taste!
Yummy, yummy! These firmed up perfectly for me. I noticed the recipe does not specify when to add the peanut butter, which may be causing some people problems. I melt it in the saucepan in step 1. I also cut the b. sugar to 1 1/2 cups, and sub 1/2 cup oat bran for the coconut. Perfect!
these made a very nice addition to my holiday cookie trays. they were a nice change from the traditional chocolate no bake cookie and were very easy to make. Will be making again.
I tried these with oat bran instead of quick oats (less calories and only thing I had on hand) and it turned out *really* well. As I was making them, I was afraid that they wouldn't be very solid, somewhat due to my substitution- I rolled them into little balls in my hands and put them in the freezer for fifteen minutes and it did the trick- they stayed in one piece even after sitting out on the table for a few hours. Definately one of my new faves for get-togethers! Thanks for sharing!
Yum! I think these are even better than chocolate no-bakes. Very easy to throw together, and tastes like you slaved away! Thanks for posting, Unique Chef D!
These were really good, but a bit sweet. I loved the peanut butter flavor, and the kids at the picnic ate them up. They set up really good for me (I did a full rolling boil for 1 minute) I stored them in the refrigerator.
These are great! Hubby likes them better than the chocolate no bakes. You have to be sure to boil them at a rolling boil for a full minute, then they sit up very nicely.
I'm an awful cookie baker so thought I'd try this one. I skipped the coconut. Not sure what they were supposed to turn out like but were still quite soft and gooey when "set". Not sure how I'll store them. Great taste though. They were very very easy. I'll definitely make them again.