No Bake cookies have been a family favorite for years! This was a tradition every year for myself, my mom and sisters. We loved to help her prepare these cookies as well as the eat the yummy left over chocolate and peanut butter! Perfect holiday cookie!
In a heavy saucepan bring to a boil, the sugar, cocoa, butter and milk. Let boil for 1 minute then add peanut butter, vanilla and oatmeal. On a sheet of waxed paper, drop mixture by the teaspoonfuls, until cooled and hardened.
Be careful – you could eat this entire cheeseball in one sitting. It’s a great holiday party appetizer and very quick to make. The biggest challenge is waiting for all the cheese to get to room temperature – be sure to plan for that. Add your favorite cracker – and enjoy.
A must have recipe for your holiday cookie baking! My mother and grandparents get together every year to make upwards of 300 cookies. They divide everything up in tins, put ‘em in the freezer, and remove as necessary for all the holiday parties. These cookies are the best because they are delicious frozen or warm!
Consider this the perfect appetizer to any summer meal! The sangria is like a fruit cocktail in a glass with a slash (or wave) of alcohol. It’s just sweet enough – and a staple at all our summer family events.
I love making cookies using the cookie press. If you don’t have a Cookie Press – buy one for the holiday season! There are so many fun shapes you can use to switch up the style of cookie. This is a simple, super easy recipe that we always use for holiday cookie baking.
I initially found this Chocolate Chip Brownie Cake when blankly browsing around on Pintrest.com. As soon as I saw the picture, I KNEW I had to make this. I have to imagine this is one of the best things in the world…
Now, everyone needs a basic sugar cookie recipe. Pick your favorite cookie cutters and decorate any way you want, and your little ones will be delighted!! Just the smell from the oven will have little noses whiffing and flocking in no time!!