22 Reviews

Super, super easy and gooey and delicious! The kids loved these and I did too :) I dropped them by tablespoonfuls and got 34 out of the batch. After setting for about an hour I turned them over so the bottoms would lose their stickiness too. Thanks for sharing...this is a keeper to satisfy those chocolate cravings!

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Karen=^..^= January 15, 2003

This is the same recipe my mom has in her kitchen. However, she substitutes the one cup coconut for and additional cup of oatmeal. Its a great recipe, and is usually all eaten before it even has a chance to cool. I just spoon some into a bowl as soon as all ingredients are mixed and grab a fork. Yum!

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VMT10 January 05, 2012

We are loving these! My son has a nut allergy and I've wanted to make no bake cookies for him. I only had old fashioned oats, which worked fine. I also used half of the coconut since he's not a big fan of it. I know we're going to be making a lot of these this summer. Thanks!!

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cookee monster July 07, 2009

These are simply delicious! My son is allergic to peanuts, and many of the no bake cookie recipes I have found are not suitable for our home. The only changes I made were to use only 3 tbs. butter, and increase to 1 tsp vanilla. They came out perfectly dry on the outside and the coconut helps to make them very chewy! (no soggy cookies here!) Thanks for a great recipe that is sure to become a keeper!

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Amy Cline October 07, 2003

This has become a favorite in our house for my girls to make--especially for my child who needs nut free cookies! The first time we made it it didn't set--they stayed goopy However everytime after that they have turned out great. We realized we didn't let it come to a good boil the first time. Thanks for sharing a great easy recipe!

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mama in Japan February 20, 2010

Easy and yummy! Great for my son who is allergic to eggs and peanuts. I don't like coconut, so I left that out and added an extra 1/4 cup of oatmeal to compensate. I'll definitely make these again! Thanks for sharing.

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cmr1120 November 01, 2009

I was looking for a recipe like my mom's that she used to make us and I found it here for sure. They are PERFECT!!! We only have whole milk in our house so I used that and it worked out fine. I did add another 1/4 cup of coconut because that is my favorite part. Just delicious!

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Mom2Tink November 25, 2008

I have seen so many variations of these and just have to say this is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks chia :)

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PjD#2 August 26, 2008

Very simple and a nice tasting chocolate cookie. I got 44 cookies from the recipe. I love the no-bake aspect of this cookie.

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Ducky May 27, 2007

My mom has made these since I was a kid. They are a Christmas tradition around my house. I love these cookies only we call them chocolate macaroons. mmmmmm..:)

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motherof4boys September 14, 2006
no bake chocolate cookies