No Bake Cookies

Well, the weather here in Central IN has been unbearably hot the past week and they are calling for temps near 100 degrees the end of this week – which makes the heat index like 115 or something crazy!!!

So, why turn the oven on when you don’t have to – right?!?!

In honor of our “No Baking” Linky, Miss Bug has been working SO hard on her No Bake cookies for Mini 4-H and I thought I would share! These happen to be one of my favorite kinds of cookies so it hasn’t bothered me one bit that she has practiced something like 6 times this summer which means something like 15 dozen No Bakes!!

They are simple to make, taste great, especially fun for kids to make and the best part – you don’t have to heat up the kitchen with the oven!

Chocolate No-Bake Cookies
Ingredients:
2 C. sugar
3 T. cocoa
1/2 C. peanut butter
1/2 C. milk
1 stick butter
3 C. quick oats

Mix sugar, milk and cocoa in a saucepan and bring to a rolling boil
Add butter and peanut butter
Remove from heat and fold in oats
Drop by teaspoonful onto waxed paper

And, she got a blue ribbon – she was so excited!
(P.S. All of the Mini 4-H’ers got blue ribbons but I don’t think she noticed!)
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Comments

  1. Mmm, no bake cookies! A favorite in my house & one my kids love to help with too!

  2. Great idea for these hot days! We’re getting them in NW Wisconsin too. The dogs don’t even want to venture out!

  3. How sweet :) I remember one time when all of the kids got ribbons too, but my daughter didn’t notice either!

  4. Love those no bake cookies!

  5. I would like to try that no bake cookies. It’s new to me and looking forward to bake. Oops no bake cookies. :0

  6. Hooray for your daughter!! So cute. :) No-bakes are one of our family’s favorites and all my kids have grown up learning to make them. Chocolate plus peanut butter — what’s not to love?!

    Blessings!

  7. Ladies,
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    We hope you will bring by your favorite dishes every other week to our get together!
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