Cookies, No Bake

3 No Bake Cookies

You don't need an oven or a lot of time for a good cookie recipe. My No Bake Cookies are rich and delicious with just a few wholesome ingredients each.

Hi Bold Bakers!

Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies

Peanut butter cookies are an absolute staple in my house. The base of my Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies is made of only three ingredients that I bet you already have in your cupboard. They’re beyond delicious and chewy and look impressive when dipped in chocolate. Get my Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies recipe.

Chocolate No Bake Cookies

My Chocolate No Bake Cookies are like a chocolate macaroon and fudge brownie hybrid. Think chewy, chocolatey and rich with sweet coconut. These no bake cookies come together in under 10 minutes so your chocolate cravings can be satisfied at any time! Get my Chocolate No Bake Cookie recipe!

Chocolate Chip N0 Bake Cookies

Sometimes you just need a classic chocolate chip cookie. Using just 4 wholesome ingredients, my no-bake chocolate chip cookie recipe is nothing short of magic. It’s flour-free, gluten-free, and egg-free but loaded with rich cookie goodness. Get my Chocolate Chip No Bake Cookies recipe!

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Astried
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Astried
2 months ago

Dear Gemma,
Thanks for your recipes , I have tried the chocolate chips couple of times and always worked for everyone, I even managed to sell some of the cookies????
I would like to ask, since the cookies needs to be in the fridge, how long does it last in the temperature room? I want to make this as a business because everybody crafting for healthy snacks… and sure I will try your other healthy recipes… thanks again for sharing.. Greetings from Indonesia… and wish you the best with your new project❤️

pdias
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pdias
3 months ago

i made these cookies they were awesome. it tasted like reese chocolate. but i m having trouble uploading my pictures.

allina
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allina
4 months ago

Hi Gemma im a big fan of all your recipes. Thank you so much.. Pls share recipes for biscotti and cake premix for brownie, Red velvet, sponge cake etc

Hamna Shah
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Hamna Shah
4 months ago

Can we add corn flour instead of oat flour

Annabella Jackson
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Annabella Jackson
5 months ago

I made the cookies exactly according to the recipe, but my cookies taste too salty and wet. It’s almost like raw cookie dough. Where did i go wrong?

Mira
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Mira
5 months ago

Ik ben van België en vind deze koekjes de MAX!!!!

Christine
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Christine
5 months ago

I have made cookies like these many times when my kids were little. They were fast and easy and didn’t heat up the house in the summer with a oven. Unfortunately my granddaughter has an oat allergy. What do you suggest for a no bake cookie without oats.

Chassity Duong
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Chassity Duong
5 months ago

Is there a different way on making oat flour because I have no blender:( I have no machine to blend it with, please help:(

Sachrila
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Sachrila
7 months ago

I tried to make my own oat flour. I thought my mashine wouldn`t make it, but it did. Instead of buying chocolate chips I used what I had at home, very dark chocolate with 75%. And I must say it`s very yummy. 🙂 I can get used to. Thanks for these quick recipes. I could need some more.

Dini Aprilia
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Dini Aprilia
9 months ago

I made the choco chips and peanut butter cookies, and i looovvveeee it so much. I kept it in the refrigerator bcause I prefer to eat it cool, and the texture also got firmer but still chewy somehow.
It’s really good to be my breakfast on the go.
Thank you for sharing this yum yum recipe, Gemma~

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