Recipe by BAKLEEMAN
"This is a choc-nutty no-bake cookie. They are also good with raisins. Good luck!"
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packed brown sugar
semisweet chocolate chips
quick cooking oats
Do not change a thing! These are perfect as written! They do make a lot though, so if you're not making them for a lot of people, and you have zero self control when it comes to such deliciousness (like I do), I'd advise you to cut the recipe in half. Thanks for sharing!
These are okay if you're needing a quick sugar fix, but I wouldn't serve them to guests or take them to a social function. They are extremely sweet and not very attractive. They might look better if the whole thing was cooled on a single cookie sheet (or 2 since it makes so much of it) and cut into squares like you normally would see fudge presented.
Quick, easy and tasty. A real sweet tooth buster! Thanks Barbara.
Quick, easy and delicious. This is made with things that are normally around the house. great for making with kids!
I cut the recipe in half and added 1/2 cup of natural pb. I actually set them in the fridge for 2 hours, and they were ready to go! I took them into work and people couldn't get enough! I had more people asking for this recipe than anything else I've baked and brought into the office.
real good one!!! Took this to work and everyone loved it. I am now getting requests to make them for holidays and birthdays. oh and if you take the oats and nuts out, its a really good fudge recipe too.
These are THE best no-bakes I have made yet. Love them--so does everyone else!
These came out fine, but I had to let them sit overnight to set properly. Even then, they came out softer that the typical no-bake oatmeal cookie - not that that's a bad thing, it just wasn't what I was expecting. The mixture was pretty loose when I placed them on the waxed paper - as usual, I used my cookie scoop to get fairly round, same-sized cookies. Flavor is excellent - fudgie, chocolatey and super sweet. I would definitely make these again, but I think I'll try boiling the mixture a bit longer (4 to 5 minutes) to get a firmer, more fudge-like consistency.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 76
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