Sometimes you just don't want (or don't have time) to turn on the oven. No-bake recipes for favorites like cookies and cheesecake make preparation a breeze; it's about pulling everything together and getting the no-bake creation to table.See Popular No Bake Recipes
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. Now, the cheesecakes themselves are easy enough (if you've ever whipped up no-bake cheesecake, you know what we're talking about). But what we really love about these is the spiderweb decoration. As much fun as decorating can be, it can also be aread more
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.
You don't need to turn on your oven to make this No-Bake Cheesecake. This simple and elegant dessert is cool, comforting, and a sure way to beat the heat.
Whenever we hear "no-bake" these days, we pay attention. And when that phrase happens to be attached to a Mexican dish, we're even happier. In fact, we can't think of a better quick and easy one-dish dinner on a steamy summer night than this no-bake tamale pie -- ready in just 30 minutes.
See how to make a delicious no-bake fruit smoothie cheesecake.
When the temperature starts to soar, the last thing you need is a hot oven to make things worse. But, hey, the family's gotta have dessert, right? (And maybe the guests, too.)
When it comes to Halloween treats, there's got to be a happy medium, right? Somewhere between the elaborate, multi-tiered jack-o-lantern cake that we just saw in the checkout lane on one of those fancy cooking magazine and just tossing a bunch of Oreos on a plastic orange plate and calling it a party. In our fantasy life (the same one where we not only have time to decorate two dozen Halloween cupcakes that we made from scratch, we also have the cash for once-weekly massages), we'd love to spend an entire day in the kitchen whipping up some spooky seasonal delight until we're covered in flour like a Halloween ghost.
This No-Bake Summer Lasagna features a fresh heirloom and basil tomato sauce that keeps it both comforting and fresh. Bonus: It's a super quick dinner!
This make-ahead and no-bake cookie recipe features just 6 ingredients including peanut butter, chocolate, and graham crackers. Try them as dessert tonight.
Of all our favorite quick and easy recipes, one stands out as something special. Maybe it's because No Bake Tuna-Noodle Casserole is ready in only 20 minutes -- total. Or maybe it's those magic words: "no bake." This dish just sounds easy. And tasty. The secret is herbs like dill or garlic in the creamy cheese to ensure flavor. But the other great surprise is, unlike other tuna casseroles, you only have to boil water for this one -- just for the noodles. The rest of the ingredients, including the solid white-meat tuna, get easily folded in, with noread more
This Christmas, we have a gift idea that you can give to others and keep for yourself: cookies and treats that require no baking. Easy to whip up and just as tasty as their baked counterparts, these treats will save you plenty of time -- and as we all know, time is the greatest gift of all during the busy holiday season. In no time at all, you can make a batch of these treats for each person on your Christmas list; they're perfect as part of a gift basket or on their own for friends, teachers and colleagues.read more
We're not going to lie: we're a little, um, competitive when it comes to the potluck table. Behind the smiles and small talk about the kids, work, and the weather, we'll admit we're occasionally eyeing the spread, looking to see just how much of the dish we brought has been eaten. When we overhear a delicious murmur, "Who brought the dessert?" -- yeah, we get a little thrill. Hauling home a dish that's been picked clean? It's a happy little triumph. You might think a victory like that requires slaving away for hours in the kitchen, but we'll letread more
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.