I give this 5 stars because it's very easy, delicious and flexible - even though I didn't quite have the ingredients needed on hand, this cookie turned out excellent! I used regular peanut butter because I didn't have natural, and I only had about 3/4 cup of dark brown sugar, so I used that and about 1/2 cup of white sugar to compensate. I had dutch cocoa, but was slightly short of the 1/3 cup needed. My cookies were still very chocolate-y. I also added 1 tbsp of brewed coffee to help emphasize the chocolate flavor. Because I cut back on the overall sugar, they were definitely not as sweet as the usual no bake cookie, but that was my plan (I think regular no bake cookies are waaaay too sweet). My result was a moderately sweet, very deep chocolate no bake cookie. I will definitely be using this recipe again. Thanks for posting!
I love this recipe. I used old-fashioned oats and they set up just fine. I think you could even go lower on the sugar, too.
The best no-bake cookies I've ever made! Usually I have trouble with the cookies staying too soft and gooey, not setting up completely...but this recipe was perfect, not only in flavor but also texture. Thanks so much!
Very good. Tastes like all the other recipes I've used for this cookie. Some never firm up though, and this did beautifully.
I thought these were very good. I made 22 of them using generous Tbs. I liked how the peanut butter flavor doesn't come thru at all, but the chocolate is very strong. I used 1 cup of brown sugar and it was plenty sweet.
Made these yesterday and have eaten every one of them. I used 1/2 c of splenda brown sugar blend for the sugar.
These are addictive, ridiculously easy to make and should be banned from the website because they're dangerous to sugar addicts.
I just made these, and they are definitely the best no bakes I've ever made. The brown sugar really and vanilla really do make a difference. I'll be making these again soon because they are almost gone already.
These were awesome and healtheir than the ones we had been making. Awesome post! Thank you!