Prep 30 mins
Cook 0 mins
After reading the last two reviews, I checked the ingredients. I made a mistake in the amount of powdered sugar. I did correct it.These cookies are fantastic for any occasion. My aunt tinted the coconut different pastel colors for her daughters wedding. This is my Aunts recipe. It has been in the family for more that 40 years. These also freeze well. I'm not sure how many cookies this recipe makes but I will guess on the amount. We use Jiff extra crunchy.
- Mix throughly 1 cup of powdeed sugar, peanut butter, Rice Krispies melted butter.and vanilla.
- Batter will be stiff.
- Form into balls.
- Mix 1 cup of powdered sugar and canned milk.
- Roll balls in powdered sugar and canned milk.
- Then roll in shredded coconut.
ZERO STARS: I made this recipe with Jif Naturals Crunchy Peanut Butter and it was a gooey mess. Maybe if you use some cheap PB with lots of hydrogenated oils it might hold but not with good PB. Added 3x extra rice krispies and it thickened some. Am now trying to chill it to see if the butter in it will tighten the dough but I'm not holding my breath. Right now it is 75/25% leaning towards tossing the whole mess. :(<br/>I made about half. They taste "meh" added confectioners sugar to thicken which helped some but even after two days in the fridge the balls start to ooze when you hold them--forget about plating them. I'd pass on this recipe. It just doesn't work.
I have made lots of no-bake cookies in the past..and this one was the worst of all! "The dough will be stiff" ????????? mine was so soft i put it in the fridge and still didnt firm up. added some graham cracker crumbs..coconut...lots of things to try and firm it up and ended up just pitching the whole thing in the garbage!
This is a great no bake recipe. I have made dozens of times and it is so simple to make and tastes great. It tastes like candy. The cookies also freeze very well.