these were really good. My 2.5 year old son who rarely eats sweets or chocolate kept sneaking into the fridge for more!! i found that with the sweetened coconut that i used, it was a little too sweet for dh and I. The second batch i made, i used only one cup of sugar and a extra cup of coconut for a thicker texture. YUMMMY!
My daughter really liked these cookies. They were very easy to make. They reminded me of the ones my Mom used to make. If you boil the sugar ect. for longer they will harden faster and not be to soft. I make these almost every week for school lunch treats. I like to use a cookie scoop to make them all the same size. Thanks for the easy recipe that I can make on a moments notice. Mandyj
A nice, easy recipe that didn't even take too long to chill! A little on the sweet side, so yes, I will be reducing the sugar next time. But quite delicious! Thanks Kathy-Lynn!
No one in the family like this. Sorry. I won't be making this again.
good taste, but they never set up! really weird! thanks, though - they were enjoyed by all.
OH MY GOODNESS! These things were wonderful! My mom and I were looking up some easy to make cookies and did not have peanut butter to make regular no bake cookies. We found this recipe, just made it, and they ROCK. We only used a half a teaspoon of vanilla because we found that our vanilla was unusually strong. (We made a chocolate glaze the night before with our vanilla.) We also used an extra half cup of coconut in our batch. Will be making OFTEN. Thanks for a great recipe!
Great! Great! Great! Just like "mom" makes! Thanks for posting!! FYI...if you boil the liquid for exactly one minute, you will have a perfect cookie every time!
These are great. I made a batch for my son's Star Wars themed birthday party and called the Wookiee Cookiees - yes I am lame.
So easy, and so good!
These are wonderfully tasty. I didn't have coconut so I just added an extra cup of oatmeal. They turned out perfect. Thanks Kathy-Lynn.