Chow mein noodles and butterscotch chips.
No-Bake cookies don’t need to go in the oven. Most of them require that you melt certain ingredients over the stove or in the microwave. Then dry ingredients are stirred in and the cookie is shaped and allowed to cool. One of the great things about No-Bake cookies is that most of the time they can be whipped up quickly with a minimum of equipment. No oven necessary: a favorite of dorm rooms and campers, and appreciated on a hot summer day (no, like all of our recipes, they are not just for Christmas!). Try one of our huge list of no bake cookie recipes, or share your favorite on our recipe submission form.
No-bake, chocolate-dipped peanut butter balls traditional in the state of Ohio.
An easy confection involving melting chocolate and stirring in peanuts and chow mein noodles.
Confection of sweetened condensed milk and coconut, popular in the UK and Australia
Little witches’ hats made with Oreo cookies and Hershey’s kisses.
Corn flakes coated with green-tinted marshmallow make a festive and convincing bouquet of holiday holly.
A Nanaimo-type chocolate/custard bar for non-Canadians who can’t find real custard powder.
Easy peasy chocolate bars with a creamy chocolate topping. Kind of like a buckeye ball without all the work!
A no-bake “energy ball”-type cookie with Rice Krispies and coconut.
An easy, crunchy no-bake cookie with cornflakes and peanut butter.