You'll love these holiday-ready no-bake cookie recipes, including peanut butter sandwich cookies, chocolate haystacks, and candy-topped crispy treats. These no-bake cookies come together in a flash -- no oven required!
Browse our collection of easy, no-oven-needed cookies to finish off your Christmas platter.
These thin cookies are assembled from purchased chocolate wafer cookies, jam, and a frosting made with melted chocolate chips. They'll be a hit at your next holiday get-together.
These easy no-bake marshmallow treats would make even the Grinch enjoy Christmas. Make and freeze this no-bake dessert up to three months before Christmas, and don't forget to add an extra-big heart to these monster-size treats.
How quick and fun! Make snowmen treats by decorating purchased sandwich cookies with icing and candies.
We just bumped the cuteness factor to 10. Start with store-bought chocolate cookies, then decorate your way to these sweet-faced, drippy dudes. Grab some candy coating and sprinkles, and see how it's done.
Peanut butter, chocolate, and pretzels -- three items never missing from our pantry! Combine them in these sweet-and-salty marvels for treats that blow store-bought peanut butter sandwich cookies out of the water.
Need a quick no-bake treat for the neighbors? (Or a kiddo's teacher or the mail carrier.) Add a little joy to anybody's world by handing them a plate of these candy-sprinkled treats. And if you cut them in festive shapes with cookie cutters, so much the merrier!
Turn your morning bowl of cornflakes into cheery Christmas cookies featuring salty pistachios and sweet dried cherries. A snowy blend of melted white chocolate and vanilla candy keeps the stacks together.
These pretty sprinkled logs have all the flavor of traditional gingersnaps (understandably, since they're made from the crushed gingery cookies) but none of the bake time. Form 'em, dunk 'em, and pop these too-easy treats in your freezer for up to three months; they thaw beautifully when it's holiday-party go time.
Silky dulce de leche and sweet brown sugar band together to create the creamiest cookie filling ever. Shape the golden dough between chocolate-covered pretzels, then dunk each heavenly bite in vanilla coating.
What lies beneath these pretty frosting-piped trees? Scotcheroos! Bring the family together with a plate of these classic peanut butter treats, or send them along with guests as a thoughtful holiday food gift.
These chocolate-dipped bites hold a sweet surprise: maraschino cherries! Blend the rosy-red fruit with lush cream cheese, then smear between two vanilla wafers for a cookie you can't resist.
Sea salt and caramel do it again in these trendy chocolate clusters made with melty white and dark chocolates. Drizzle any leftover chocolate over the top for gorgeous gourmet appeal.
Who knew cereal could look so cute? A box of crispies, marshmallows, and chocolate come together to mimic iconic German chocolate cake. Sprinkle on some coconut for the finishing touch.
Christmas without caramel popcorn? Yeah, right! Use the holiday-party essential to create these one-of-a-kind cookies featuring salty pretzels, mixed nuts, and raisins.
This recipe is so easy, even the kiddos can help! Line a cookie sheet with chocolate graham crackers, then pour on warm layers of caramel, cream, and chocolate. Toasted hazelnuts make a crunchy topper.
Peanut butter no-bake cookies are standouts at any holiday gathering, and best of all, they require minimal effort. Use premade peanut butter sandwich cookies to create this creamy, crunchy treat in just 30 minutes.
Let the caramel apple flavors of fall linger a little longer with a batch of caramel-draped apple crispy bars. A swirl of cinnamon keeps them holiday-festive.
Bars don't get any better than this. Indulge in lush layers of chocolate frosting and smooth butterscotch pudding on a scotcheroo-like base.
Cake pops are so last Christmas. This season, try something better: cookie pops! This no-bake recipe calls for crushed sandwich cookies, orange liqueur, and a quick dip in your favorite toppings.
Think outside the (cereal) box! Break out a box of cranberry-vanilla crunch cereal to make your next batch of Christmas cookies. Vanilla-coated marshmallows add soft sweetness, while macadamia nuts provide crunch.
Gooey marshmallows, bold coconut, and sweet chocolate mix with cereal to create chocolate no-bake cookies perfect for a fast, filling treat.
No-Bake Cookies Tip: For smooth, fudge-free sides to your bars, hold a thin-blade knife under hot running water; wipe the blade dry and cut the bars. Repeat as necessary.
A treat with a boost? This recipe for no-bake cookies is infused with coffee for rich flavor. Top with chocolate-covered espresso beans for extra kick.
A simple saucepan filling of butter, sugar, and pecans gets sandwiched between purchased graham cracker for a scrumptious no-bake treat.
As easy to eat as they are to make, these festive treats are a cinch. Just spread peanut butter on dark chocolate sticks, then roll in dried fruit and nuts.
Your favorite crispy treats go sophisticated in this no-bake cookie. Ground nutmeg, dried cranberries, and toasted chopped pecans add top-notch flavor.
Apple-cinnamon toasted cereal and dried apple bits provide a no-bake way to enjoy apples this holiday. You'll love the crunch these six-ingredient cookies offer.
Got 10 minutes? You can have these no-bake tarts ready before dinner's done. Stuff store-bought shells with a mouthwatering blend of honey-drizzled apricots and nuts.
No-Bake Cookies Tip: No-bake cookies provide a safe kitchen experience for beginning bakers. Invite little ones to join in!
Topped with a creamy layer of chocolate, these fuss-free peanut butter bars are the ideal take-along for a last-minute cookie exchange.
Salty peanuts plus complementary butterscotch make these bars a tasty no-bake cookie option.
Need a recipe for cookie success? It's as simple as this: Combine marshmallow creme with chopped maraschino cherries, then fill store-bought vanilla wafers with the sweet, fruity mix. A half-dunk in melted candy coating doesn't hurt, either!
Better than peanut butter cups, these frozen cookie bites feature coconut, espresso-spiked cream cheese, and toasty graham cracker crumbs. Freeze them up to a month before your holiday party.