Recipe by JJsMa
"The best no-bake chocolate cookies. They're not dry and gritty. It's the best!"
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1 3/4 cups
margarine (such as Country Crock®)
unsweetened cocoa powder
creamy peanut butter
YUM. I did add coconut (1 cup) and used butter instead of margarine. They set up better with butter. (let's face it, everything's better with butter) :)
These are always a hit.
This is the WORST and I mean WORST recipe for no bake I have ever tried! I couldn't even get it out of the pan before it was crumbling up and falling apart. I used real butter instead of the margarine that was the only change. Too bad for I was craving them so bad, but had to pitch the whole batch. Very disappointed....:(
These remind me of my childhood and it was the one thing we cooked with my dad!! However, our family called them "goat drops". I know... Disgusting, but we loved them and had no idea Dad meant droppings! My only recommendation is they are a bit on the sweet side. Hard to taste the peanut butter. I halved the sugar and added an extra 1/4 c. of peanut butter. It's perfect for us and like some of the other reviewers said, it's a very forgiving recipe on ingredients!! Thanks for sharing this. My kids love it and we now share a bit more of my history and traditions!
These turned out great! My three year old helped make them and there wasnt a lot of exact measuring involved. This recipe is very forgiving! We were both very impatient for them to cool, so I stuck them in the fridge and they turned out great!
Just made this recipe. They are rich and chocolaty with a nice hint of peanut butter. They come together easily and set up quickly. Will definitely make this again... it will become my go-to no-bake chocolate cookie recipe.
My son and I made these, Very quick, easy, and oh so good. I followed the recipe exactly as written (was a little worried about the amount of sugar). I used Hersey cocoa powder, country crock light and peter pan creamy peanut butter. Creamy, smooth and just the right amount of chocolate to peanut butter taste. When you bring to a boil becareful not to boil over a high heat to avoid scorching your chocolate. I would recommend these to make with kids,to share, or just because.
We were eating this out of the saucepan! Great recipe that reminds me of my childhood. Didn't change anything but we did use real butter.
Amazing! I stuck with the recipe, just used real butter instead of margarine. Big hit with the family!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 66
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