No Bake Cookies
No Bake Cookies are my son’s favorite cookie. Making these cookies is about as easy as it gets. They cook in a saucepan on top of the stove then you drop them by spoonfuls onto waxed paper and let them set.
Below is the link to my step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card.
This looks mouthwatering & tasty. Keep sharing more heavenly recipes.
Thank you and you know I will!
I’m with your son! Good stuff!!
I make these every year to rave reviews. I find they freeze well too. If they get too dried out, I zap one in the microwave for about 10 seconds to warm it up which makes it even better!
OMG mine always get dried out too when ever I freeze them so I stopped freezing them. I will remember that tip! Thanks!
Freezing them also make sit less tempting to eat them all! I just remove one or two at a time and microwave them about 10 sec – the chocolate warms up and it’s like eating hot cocoa!
That sounds wonderful! Thank you!
I love these!!
They are the best!
Yum!! I make these every winter and am making them this weekend! The best cookie ever!
Have you tried the peanut butter no bake? I made them this year and OMG they were just as good only peanut butter.
No!! Yum!!! I will have to check you recipes for it!
I will be making those too!
Nice recipe when things are getting hectic! Merry Christmas to you and your family! 😀
Merry Christmas Jennifer!
One of my very favorites!
They have been around forever and I have been making them forever…lol
Thank you Diane – the oven burned the last batch of cookies I made 9 years ago. They were those cute little Valentine slice-and-bake cookies and they all burned. Twasn’t my fault … I took them off the cardboard and placed them onto the cookie sheet like I was supposed to. 🙂
There is probably something wrong with your oven then! See you can still bake!
Glad you thought it was not “user error” … 🙂
Definitely not! 😃
I remember once making no bake biscuits with my younger brother. They were delicious.
I have never heard of those. What was in them?
I’ve forgotten most of it, but I remember there was butter (of course), cocoa (that’s all I remember). We (my younger brother and I) had to make two batches – one with the cocoa and one lot without so that one batch looked like dark chocolaty mixture and one white. Then we had to either roll both mixtures together or use bits from both batches to make multi-coloured biscuits.
I’ll try to find the recipe and if I can find it, I will send it to you.
Awesome thank you!
I realised I had made a mistake – I was getting confused with other biscuits which required baking. I really am very sorry!
Said brother and I HAVE MADE NO BAKE FOOD BEFORE, I had just gotten some recipes confused in my memory by accident.
I am so, so sorry.
That happens to all of us! You’re forgiven…lol
OH MAN! One of my favorites! I have been wanting to make some and your post makes me want to even more!
I have a peanut butter no bake that is really good too on my site. Merry Christmas!
Ah! My mother used to make these when I was a kid. She’d whip up these cookies, then spend the rest of the day telling us we’d Had Enough.
Happy Holidays to you and yours, Diane, and best wishes to you for 2019! 🙂
Thank you so much. You always have such kind words. I wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Super tempting for sure👍
Oh yes and I try to make my son take home the leftovers so I don’t eat them…lol