Michigan No-Bake Cookies

Michigan No-Bake Cookies created by katia

This is also a huge hit recipe of my family's. People down South have rarely ever tried these delicious goodies but that just makes them even more anxious for when we make batches of them at Christmas-time!

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  • Mix and bring to a boil the sugar, cocoa, milk, and butter.
  • Cool slightly, add vanilla, peanut butter, and oatmeal. Mix well.
  • Drop by spoonfuls onto wax paper and let cool a couple of hours.
  • Enjoy!
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"This is also a huge hit recipe of my family's. People down South have rarely ever tried these delicious goodies but that just makes them even more anxious for when we make batches of them at Christmas-time!"

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  1. vickieboylan
    This recipe has been around since the seventies ,we use to make them in home economics class and as the other people said real butter and whole milk is the orginal recipe way better flavor!
  2. hdsargent
    I had lost this recipe, am so glad I found it again. Will go great in the tins I give away every year. Thank you.
  3. rjaustin9214
    I am 55 years old and native to Tennessee. These cookies were served every week in elementary school. I love to make them as well. This is actually my favorite! I don't use fat free margrine or skim milk. I use butter and 2% milk.
  4. tifdblpn
    Same here. We live in TN and everyone I know of has been making these for as long as I can remember, some with a few differences. I also let the sugar and stuff boil for 3 mins exactly and I don't use fat free margarine. These are so good though. Thanks!
  5. sandysbg
    Tennessee here.. I have been making these great treats for as long asI can remember.. my family loves them!
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