Total Time
1hr 30mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 1 hr


Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In food prosessor or mixer bowl add Sugar Free Quik, vanilla, margarine and milk and blend until smooth.
  2. Add coconut and oatmeal and blend until mixed together well.
  3. On a cookie sheet place a piece of wax paper and take spoonful of the mixture and roll into a ball place close together.
  4. Ready to eat in 1 hour.
  5. Keep in the refrigerator.


Most Helpful

Not very good at all - no flavor. After trying them, I added peanut butter to mine to try to reclaim some sort of taste, but still nothing.

Deal or No Deal November 24, 2009

I really liked the concept of these, but I didn't like them very much. The taste was good, but I found them to be crumbly and then oddly sticky when chewing. Perhaps it was my brand of sugar free cocoa mix.

M&A's December 14, 2008

I ended up using butter as that was all that my mother had. And I had a really hard time getting it to incorporate. Next time, I think I would probably melt it before hand. I also had to use normal Quik (not sugar-free) because I couldn't find sugar-free in the supermarket. The final taste was GREAT. Thanks for this neat cookie! I am sure that I will make these again. I loved that I didn't have to boil anything!

Saturn April 09, 2007

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