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You'll love these holiday-ready no bake cookie recipes, including peanut butter, chocolate, and coconut no bake cookies. They come together in a flash, and there's no need to turn on the oven!
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.
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.
Peanut clusters are so been-there-done-that. This year, make goodies with something more enticing: macadamia nuts. The revamped treats feature two hits of chocolate and sweet dried apricots.
Know when your no bake batter is ready? We show you the moment it's done -- our Test Kitchen has mastered the timing!
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 coat in vanilla candy coating.
What sits under these pretty frosting-piped trees? Scotcheroos! Bring the family together with a plate of the classic peanut butter treats, or send them along with guests as the perfect holiday food gift.
Sea salt and caramel do it again in these trendy chocolate clusters made with melty white and dark chocolate. Drizzle on any leftover chocolate for gorgeous gourmet appeal.
Peanut butter no bake cookies are standouts at any holiday gathering yet require minimal effort. Use premade peanut butter sandwich cookies to create a creamy, crunchy treat in just 30 minutes.
Bars don't get any better than this. Indulge in lush layers of chocolate frosting and smooth butterscotch pudding on a scotcheroo-like base.
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.
Marshmallow creme combined with chopped maraschino cherries fill store-bought vanilla wafers topped with melted candy coating.
Calling all cherry lovers! These black forest cookies hold three times the cherry goodness: preserves, brandy, and (of course) a maraschino cherry on top. Storebought chocolate, sugar, or chocolate chip cookies help make prep super speedy.
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.
With just a few ingredients and no oven needed, these gorgeous cookie truffles come together in a snap. Watch for all the quick details.
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!