No Bake Cookies
The most common no-bake cookies use the traditional ingredients of peanut butter, oatmeal, and cocoa. But you can try variations on that theme and other no-bake recipes for a quick dessert when unexpected company drops in.See Popular No Bake Cookies Recipes
No-bake bars are a breeze to make. A cool microwave keeps the heat out of the kitchen and the sweet satisfaction in.
Cookies that require no baking time? Your kids will love to help you make these peanut butter-graham cookies that are easier than you can imagine!
It's no lie: There is no oven required to learn how to make no-bake cookies. And these sweet treats are every bit as good as the ones finished in the oven.
Share the great-tasting flavor of this favorite campfire snack with kids of any age!
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Everyone's sweet on this no-bake holiday treat--crunchy cereal mixed with gooey marshmallows and decorated with glittery sugar magic. Pop some in boxes for gifts, too.
This make-ahead and no-bake cookie recipe features just 6 ingredients including peanut butter, chocolate, and graham crackers. Try them as dessert tonight.
These cookies are a visual interpretation of hay stocks that dot fields across Nebraska. For simplicity, there are only five ingredients in these no-bake bars.
The preformed and prebaked phyllo shells make this sweet chocolate dessert easy to prepare.
Four ingredients and a few minutes of saucepan cooking create a no-bake bran cereal treat.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... We raised the bar on snacks with these sweet treats--great for lunch boxes, on-the-road nibbles and wrapped in a tin box as a gift!
Calling all teddy bear lovers. Create an edible bear with an easy-to-shape cereal mixture.
Here's a peach of a bar that's great for dessert or snack time. One serving provides a super iron source for healthy blood cells.
Store these rich and creamy no-bake bars in the refrigerator.
If brownies and your favorite energy bar had a love child, it would look and taste like this customizable no-bake dessert.
We're having a blast plumbing the archives and our favorite food blogs for what we've decided to call "no trick treats." You know, easy Halloween recipes that allow you to get into the spirit of the season without getting sucked into spending a lot of time in the kitchen. To wit, these little no-bake cheesecakes.