No Bake Cookies Recipes

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.

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Key Lime Cheesecake Bars

From Better Homes and Gardens

These dazzling bars are a takeoff of the popular pie recipe. This version uses a graham cracker crust and a filling that blends lime-flavored gelatin, cottage cheese, cream cheese, and whipped topping.

Key Lime Cheesecake Bars

Valentine's Day Rice Krispies Hearts

From Ladies' Home Journal

Valentine's Day Rice Krispies Hearts

Dulce de Leche Bars

From Family Circle

Dulce de Leche Bars

Chocolate Cookie Pudding Pops

From Family Circle

Chocolate Cookie Pudding Pops

Buckeyes

From Fitness

Buckeyes

Hazelnut and Cherry Caramel Clusters

From Better Homes and Gardens

Just stir the nuts and cherries into melted white chocolate, then drizzle each cluster with caramel for this easy candy recipe.

Hazelnut and Cherry Caramel Clusters

No Bake Chocolate Chews

From Ghirardelli Chocolate

No Bake Chocolate Chews

White Chocolate-Cranberry Crispy Treats

From Better Homes and Gardens

White Chocolate-Cranberry Crispy Treats

Three-Layer No-Bake Bar Cookies

From Better Homes and Gardens

A chocolate crumb crust, a creamy pudding layer, and fudgy frosting make these dessert bars irresistible.

Three-Layer No-Bake Bar Cookies

No-Bake Coffee Balls

From Better Homes and Gardens

Purchased cookies make this no bake dessert or snack easy to make.

No-Bake Coffee Balls

Cherry-Hazelnut Snowballs

From Better Homes and Gardens

Serve these buttery cream cheese balls with shortbread or sweet quick breads.

Cherry-Hazelnut Snowballs

Graham Cracker Bars

From Better Homes and Gardens

For an irresistible dessert that is quick and easy to make, try this delicious bar recipe.

Graham Cracker Bars

Yo-Yo Cookies

From Better Homes and Gardens

Dessert is fun when it's bite-size sandwich cookies. For variety, make these with other sorbet flavors.

Yo-Yo Cookies

Peanut Snowmen

From Better Homes and Gardens

How quick and fun! Make snowmen treats by decorating purchased sandwich cookies with icing and candies.

Peanut Snowmen

Double Nut Bars

From Better Homes and Gardens

Store these rich and creamy no-bake bars in the refrigerator.

Double Nut Bars

Pretzel-Candy Crunch

From Better Homes and Gardens

These butterscotch flavor clusters combine sweet and salty in a treat that's ideal for making up to a week ahead of serving.

Pretzel-Candy Crunch

Haystacks

From Better Homes and Gardens

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.

Haystacks

Candy Bar Tarts

From Better Homes and Gardens

The preformed and prebaked phyllo shells make this sweet chocolate dessert easy to prepare.

Candy Bar Tarts

Peanut-Apple Crunch Balls

From Diabetic Living

Lightly wetting your hands helps make the cereal, apple, and peanut mixture easier to shape into balls.

Peanut-Apple Crunch Balls

Frozen Apple-Oatmeal Sandwiches

From Family Circle

These frozen chocolate-dipped cookies are a cool treat on a hot day. Make the cookie sandwiches with purchased oatmeal cookies and a cream cheese filling.

Frozen Apple-Oatmeal Sandwiches

Strawberry Sandwiches

From Parents

Strawberry frozen yogurt is cut into circles that fit between decorated chocolate cookies for this pretty dessert.

Strawberry Sandwiches

Chocolate-Raspberry Bites

From Better Homes and Gardens

These thin cookies -- assembled from purchased chocolate wafer cookies, jam, and a frosting made with melted chocolate chips -- look so sophisticated and taste like treats from a French pastry shop. Chocolate wafer cookies are sporadically -- and sometimes just seasonally -- stocked. When you spot them, purchase a couple of extra packages to store in the freezer.

Chocolate-Raspberry Bites

Frozen Coco-Coffee Bites

From Better Homes and Gardens

Frozen Coco-Coffee Bites

No-Bake Lemon Dreams

From Better Homes and Gardens

With a little ingenuity, three ready-to-go ingredients - packaged cookies, jarred lemon curd, and canned frosting - become picture-perfect little sweets. If you like, substitute reduced-fat vanilla frosting for the full-fat version.

No-Bake Lemon Dreams

German Chocolate Wafer Cookies

From Better Homes and Gardens

Drop three convenience items Including wager cookies) in your grocery cart and you'll have everything you need to create these insanely simple treats. Using waxed paper beneath the wire rack makes cleanup a snap.

German Chocolate Wafer Cookies

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