One pan, simple ingredients, no oven necessary. These classic no bake cookies are a fast and easy treat that’s on everyone’s favorites list!
Classic No Bake Cookies
- 2 cups sugar
- ½ cup milk
- ½ cup butter (1 stick)
- ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 3 cups old fashioned oats
- 1 cup smooth peanut butter
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- ½ tsp salt
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or waxed paper.
- Bring the sugar, milk, butter and cocoa to a boil in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring constantly. Let boil for 1 minute.
- Remove the pan from the heat. Add the oats, peanut butter, vanilla and salt, and stir to combine.
- Drop heaping tablespoons of the mixture onto the prepared baking sheet, and let sit at room temperature until cooled and hardened, about 30 minutes.
- Hack: Store leftovers in an airtight container for up to 3 days or freeze for up to 3 months.
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4 Replies to “Fast and Easy Classic No Bake Cookies”
Thanks for sharing your recipe on No-Bake Cookies. I never knew you could make cookies without baking. I am going to fix these with my grandkids and share the outcome with you with finished pictures. I also like the fact you given us a daily tip about Oats and how they are important to our daily diet.
Thank you for your kind comments and I look forward to your feedback! I love cooking and baking with my grandchildren…it teaches them so much!
Thanks for your no-bake cookie recipe. I’ve been looking for a recipe just like this that I can use with my students. I teach maths and sometimes I like to vary what we do and using recipes is a great way to show the kids that maths has a practical everyday use. We use recipes to practice ratios, multiplication and weights and measures, but being ‘maths’ we don’t have access to cooking facilities but we can do no-bake recipes! AND, the cookies taste good too! Thanks again.
I have also used cooking as a learning tool with my children and grandchildren. The cognitive development they achieve is multi-faceted! Not only do they learn math but also problem-solving, creativity, measuring, following a sequence, following directions, and cause and effect. And the best part? A delicious treat awaits them at the end of this test! I’d love some pictures of your class making cookies.