Hot Eats and Cool Reads: Chocolate Oatmeal No Bake Cookies Recipe (No Peanut Butter)

Nov 10, 2016

Chocolate Oatmeal No Bake Cookies Recipe (No Peanut Butter)

Easy and delicious! These classic oatmeal chocolate no bake cookies are made without peanut butter and still just as tasty! Great for the holidays or as an everyday snack! 


Chocolate Oatmeal No Bake Cookies


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Today's recipe is one of my favorite childhood cookies!

We would always gather in the kitchen when my Mom would make a batch of these cookies, and the best thing about them? They cook and cool so fast that you can eat them asap!

Most recipes for these no bake cookies I see floating around online include peanut butter as an ingredient. My Mom always made them this way, with no peanut butter. These are pure chocolate goodness and perfect for those with a peanut allergy!

We love to make these on a regular basis, or even for the holidays! Since they are so easy to make, they are perfect for bake sales, potlucks, or holiday cookie exchanges.

It's been awhile since I've posted anything here on the blog!

We've been busy with community events, family stuff and my daughter just started basketball this week!

She just found a new love of sports within the last couple months. When basketball sign-ups came home from school a few weeks ago we decided to let her play and see how she likes it!

So far she's had two practices, but is enjoying every minute! I can't wait to see her potential and watch some of her upcoming games!

We also have alot of exciting stuff coming up within the next few weeks!

The non profit I work at, Promise Neighborhood is partnering with a local group to make some Thanksgiving food and blanket baskets for our families. We are also continuously planning our youth and mentoring activities and nights!

This Friday we are hosting a Thanksgiving themed Youth Night with themed activities, arts and crafts, math and reading club and so much more! I really enjoy working with the youth and families in our city and it's so fun and rewarding!

We are also traveling to my sister's house for Thanksgiving, attending a Timberwolves basketball game and SO much more!

This is why blogging has slowed down a bit, but I'm hoping I can get back at it soon enough!

I hope you enjoy today's recipe! It's tried and true, and I'm sure most of you have tried a variation of this cookie over the years!


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What are the ingredients in this recipe?


  • Butter: A dairy product consisting of approximately 80% butterfat and made from the fat and protein components of milk or cream. Most commonly made from cow's milk, but can also be made from sheep, goat, yak, or buffalo milk.
  • Vanilla extract: this extract is made from vanilla bean pods soaked in water and alcohol. Try using pure vanilla extract instead of imitation. This is the most common extract used in American desserts and I put it in pretty much anything sweet, Use store bought or make your own here!
  • Granulated sugar: Also known as white sugar, table sugar or regular sugar. It's grainy, common and used in many types of recipes.
  • Oatmeal: A type of coarse flour made of hulled oat grains that have either been milled, steel cut, or rolled. Oats are among the healthiest grains. They're a gluten free whole grain and a great source of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. Some different oats include: Oat Bran, Steel Cut Oats, Rolled Oats, and Instant Oats.
  • milk
  • unsweetened cocoa


Recipe tips:

  • If your cookies are too wet and don't set, try boiling the mixture a little longer
  • Don't start timing until it is at a full boil, and then it should be about 1-2 minutes of boiling
  • If your no bakes are crumbly and dry, stick closer to 1 minute
  • Don't use old fashioned oats, quick instant oats are a must
  • Store in an airtight container, up to two weeks in the refrigerator 





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This recipe is ready in these steps:

  • Pour oatmeal in a bowl
  • In a saucepan, combine butter, sugar, milk, vanilla and cocoa 
  • Heat  until mixture comes to a rolling boil, stirring often
  • Boil for one minute, stirring to prevent burning and remove from heat
  • Pour over oatmeal, and stir to completely coat all oats evenly
  • Drop by the scoopful onto wax paper 
  • Cool completely before eating and store in an airtight container



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  • Betty: Thanks for posting “Oatmeal No Bake Chocolate Cookies” WITHOUT PEANUT BUTTER. My Grandson has PEANUT ALLERGIES. Made these several times and he loves them! I never keep anything with peanuts or products processed in plants that use Peanuts. I know this recipe will be used by many people because there are so many children that have Nut Allergies these days. Thanks Again.



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Chocolate Oatmeal No Bake Cookies
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Chocolate Oatmeal No Bake Cookies

Yield: 18 cookies
Author: Hot Eats and Cool Reads
Prep time: 5 MinCook time: 10 MinTotal time: 15 Min

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Pour oatmeal in a large bowl. Set aside.
  2. In a medium saucepan, combine butter, sugar, milk, vanilla and cocoa. 
  3. Heat over medium high until mixture comes to a rolling boil, stirring often.
  4. Boil for one minute, stirring to prevent burning and remove from heat.
  5. Pour over oatmeal, and stir to completely coat all oats evenly.
  6. Drop by the scoopful onto wax paper
  7. Cool completely before eating and store in an airtight container.
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1 comment:

  1. Yep, your recipe is like hers. I don't know the amounts, but I have the recipe somewhere here. I really need to pull it out now! Yours look fabulous!

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