I was having a bad day and needed some comfort cheer me up food. This did the trick!! Very quick, very easy and sooooo good. I used 1.5 T of liquid milk and added some coconut. Thanks!
Easy and yummy. I didn't measure anything, eyeballed it all, and it came out just fine.
Really, really good! I doubled the recipe and it made about 8 cookies. We ate them all up rather quickly! Very simple to make and very yummy!
These are the cookies my mom made too! I've tried a few others and have since lost them. I tripled the recipe because there are 3 of us. I used 1" round cookie dough scoop and my batch made 12 cookies. I will be making even twice THAT many next time. These are great! I like only a hint of peanut butter flavor so I will use a little less next time. Thanks for an old time favorite!
For the 4 years I have been married, my husband has been talking about a no-bake cookie recipe his mother made when he was a child. I had tried several other no bake recipes, but he said they were not the one he remembered. I stumbled across this recipe and thought I would give it another go, since he said he really loved these cookies. I am glad I did because he said this was the exact recipe his mother made. These were so very tasty. I did make two simple changes â€“ firstly, I doubled it to make 8 cookies because I knew he and I would both want 3 cookies, and the 2 left-overs were eaten the next day. Secondly, I was SURE I had cocoa powder, but I did not, and instead I melted down a Â½ cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips. I think that was too much chips though because the dough was too runny, but it was an easy fix, all I did was add more oats. Thanks so much for posting this! We will enjoy this recipe many, many more times.
These were very quick and tasty - I started making them 10 minutes ago and am allready eating them LOL. I didn't have enough quick oats so i topped it of with oatmeal. Thanks for posting, Happy cooking. Miss Pixie x x x :D
I make these cookies all the time for my family but I never thought about cutting the recipe down to 1 or 2 servings. I used your recipe today; I did not have powdered milk so I used 1 1/2 tablespoons of milk and omitted the water. They were great hot!
I remember Mom letting my sister and I make these when we were kids but I never found her recipe. The taste brought back wonderful memories. I recommend using this recipe to interest a young child in cooking! So easy and fun. Made for My 3 Chefs.