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Decadent No-Bake Desserts

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Decadent No-Bake Desserts

Are you craving a delicious homemade dessert, but don’t feel like baking? No problem! These gooey, sweet dessert recipes are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. No baking required!

No-Bake Chocolate Cookies
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup butter
4 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 cup crunchy peanut butter
3 cups quick-cooking oats
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

In a medium saucepan, combine sugar, milk, butter, and cocoa. Bring to a boil. After exactly 1 1/2 minutes, remove the pan from heat, and stir in the peanut butter, oats, and vanilla. Drop by teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper and allow cookies to cool until hardened.

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1 Artis Kjar { 09.01.10 at 5:52 pm }

Hi, just listened to you visit on the radio show, Farm Talk, with Mick Kjar in ND. He is my son, so ALWAYS listen and especially enjoyed the one today and listening to your ‘predictions’ and other things I’ve read the almanac for year.

2 Mary { 09.01.10 at 5:44 pm }

I am loving the No-Bake chocolate cookies recipe. How wonderful will this be around the holiday season! Thanks for the recipe! :o)

3 Connie Donald { 08.30.10 at 2:46 pm }

Made the “Dirt” for my daughter-in-laws birthday @ her request. She had it years ago. Picked up french vanilla pudding instead of regular vanilla. She LOVED it, so did the grands and my son who’s not big on sweets.

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