Despite conflicting reviews on whether the cookies will set or not following the given directions, I decided to follow the recipe to the "T". I made sure the ingredients that are meant to come to a boil came to a full rolling boil while stirring. At that point, I set a timer for 1 minute and continued stirring while the mixture boiled. As soon as I put in the remaining ingredients, I knew the cookies were not going to set properly. I went ahead and put them out on the waxed paper. Usually, no bake cookies set fairly rapidly upon cooling, but these did not. The kids couldn't wait any longer and were scooping the cookies up with a spoon and eating them. By the next morning, about 12 hours later, they had set enough to at least be able to pick them up. They were still a little more "wet" than most no bake cookies.
Even though they took awhile to set, they still tasted fine. In my opinion, the sticky ones are much better than coming out with dry, crumbly cookies.
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Despite conflicting reviews on whether the cookies will set or not following the given...