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Grannys Unbaked Cookie Recipe

Updated on October 15, 2014

Make some Quick and Easy No-Bake Cookies Today

With enough time, ingredients and just the right recipe, you can make some delicious cookies to enjoy today.
With enough time, ingredients and just the right recipe, you can make some delicious cookies to enjoy today. | Source

Unbaked Cookie Recipes are Easy to Make

Sometimes the best tasting cookies are unbaked cookies. Most often the recipes for unbaked cookies is easy. Some of them may use very few ingredients, while others may call for many different types of ingredients.

It all just depends on the type of cookies you want to make and the unbaked cookie recipes that you choose to use.

Here, is one of our family favorite recipes for making unbaked cookies. They are simple enough that the kids can learn how to make them. Alternately, you might also want to let the kids help you make them.

Either way, if you should decide to make some unbaked cookies for snacks or a party, you and your family, and friends should enjoy these just as much as our family does...

Cookie Cookbooks

No Bake Cookies

When you are in the mood for some mouthwatering cookies that you can enjoy without much effort as well as avoiding the fact of making the kitchen too hot, you will find that there are some unbaked cookies you can make at home in hardly any time at all. Generally, the most time spent to make these types of cookies is by letting them sit - most likely in the refrigerator until they are set and ready to eat.

They are sweet treats that you can make without an oven. Here is a cookbook of No Bake Cookies that you can learn to make at home. Some are so simple that you can even enjoy having the kids help make cookies. These types of cookbooks are great since, they also make great gift ideas for those on your gift giving lists who love to make and eat cookies.


Yummy Chocolate Cookies

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Here is

Granny€™s Unbaked Cookie Recipe

Cook Time

Cook time: 45 min
Ready in: 45 min
Yields: lots of no-bake cookies to enjoy

Cookie Ingredients

  • 2 cups white sugar
  • 3 Tablespoons cocoa
  • ½ cup milk
  • ¼ cup margarine
  • ¾ cup peanut butter
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 2 ½ cups instant oatmeal
  • ½ cup chopped nuts

Cookie Instructions

  1. Combine the first four ingredients in a double broiler and cook for 15 minutes of: 2 cups of white sugar - 3 Tablespoons cocoa - ½ cup milk - ¼ cup margarine
  2. Remove from heat and then add: ¾ cup peanut butter - 1 teaspoon vanilla - 2 ½ cups instant oatmeal and ½ cup chopped nuts
  3. Mix well and then drop by teaspoonfuls onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper and allow to set until cold for about 45 minutes.
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Cookie Cookbooks for You

There are various types of cookies you can make, while using cookie cookbooks. For instance, this looks like an interesting resource - Vintage Farm Journal’s Best-Ever Cookies Cookbook has over 400 recipes that you can make at home for your family. Alternately, you might find a great recipe to make and share with your friends while attending an annual cookie exchange party. One thing about this cookbook is that is makes a great No Bake to gift idea for anyone you know who loves cookies. It is also something you might treat yourself too.

You can find all sorts of recipes on eBay. Remember to search for "Lots" or single cookbooks. Searching for Lots on eBay will most likely turn up some interesting finds that include more than one cookbook you can use. Single searches will present you with individual cookbooks to consider, while shopping on eBay. If you search for moving sales, you might find everything you need for cooking and baking at home, including the kitchen sink.

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If you love cookies and haven't the time or inclination to heat up the kitchen for cookie baking, you can always make some no-bake cookie recipes.
If you love cookies and haven't the time or inclination to heat up the kitchen for cookie baking, you can always make some no-bake cookie recipes. | Source

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