a no bake cookie kind of day...




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It's cold! (for us!)


We even got a little snow...


My boys aren't feeling well, I'm praying the baby doesn't get sick, my husband doesn't come home until late tonight and we just needed a good treat. So, we started making no-bake cookies when I realized I didn't have any cocoa powder. Going to the store isn't an option today. So, we made them without the cocoa powder, and they turned out delish! A warm, oatmeal peanut butter cookie.



This is my mom and grandma's recipe for no-bake cookies~we loved them after school. Perfect for days like this...


No-Bake Cookies
Mix together in a medium saucepan:

2 cups sugar
1/3 cup baking cocoa (just found out this is optional!)
½ cup milk
½ tsp salt
1 stick margarine

Bring to a rapid boil slowly. Once the rapid boil begins, boil for one minute. Remove from heat and quickly add:

1 tsp vanilla and ½ cup of peanut butter.

Mix and then stir in 3 cups quick oats.
Drop by teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper or greased cookie sheets, or leave to harden in
the pan and cut into squares.


Awards!
Both of these come from talented sewers, something I wish I could be or at least develop the patience for!
Thank you to Bliss for her Lemonade Award.

Bliss is amazing~look at this beautiful quilt she made for my little one (it's folded over):


There is more quilt eye candy from Bliss and her friends over at Quilting Sisters Check out these talented ladies!

And thank you also to Heather at Our Cozy Nest for her award.


While you're there, check out her kitchen makeover~she did an amazing job, plus she's done some great sewing projects as well.
Thanks again!

5 comments:

  1. No bake cookies are one of our favorites. I will have to try them without the cocoa powder. YUM!

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  2. I love no bake cookies! Problem is I can't eat just one or three or four, you get the picture.

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  3. I love no bake cookies. I am going to try those out! I hope things are going well with your new little one!

    Jen

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  4. YUMMY!!!! That sounds so good!!!!

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  5. it's cold here too. We got ice instead of snow. My husband made some yummy chocolate, chocolate chip muffins. :) Kelly

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