Did you grow up eating Classic No Bake Cookies? Well I didn't, but apparently everyone else in the world did. My husband introduced them to me; He had them often growing up and has such nice memories of making them with his cousins.
Classic No Bake Cookies are traditionally a blend of sugar, butter, cocoa powder, milk, peanut butter, and oats. You cook it all in a saucepan and add the oats, then scoop them onto trays and let them set up at room temp.
We updated them by making two flavors: white and dark chocolate, and by using real chopped chocolate, not cocoa powder, a mix of brown and white sugar, real, natural peanut butter, and of course, I added a sprinkle of flaked sea salt to balance out all that sweet.
These Classic No-Bake Cookies are so, so good. More like a candy than a cookie. The white chocolate ones remind me of pralines and I'm thinking I'll have to add toasted pecans next time.
This post is super short and very sweet just like these cookies! I just really wanted to get it posted in case the rest of you are experiencing hot, HOT weather, no rain, and are refusing to turn the oven on like me. I'll update it with some process shots eventually, but it really is just so simple! I hope you'll give these a try!
Check out these other cookie recipe:
And if you want to make ALL the cookies, here is a tutorial on arranging a cookie box! Such a fun and delicious project and these Classic No Bake Cookies are the perfect addition to any cookie box!
As always, it would mean the world if you'd leave me a comment and rating below if you make these or any of my recipes. xoxo- AnitaPrint