Oatmeal Cookies No Bake Recipe{No Bake Oatmeal Cookies}



Here you are at the best place to learn for oatmeal cookies no-bake. There are just seven simple ingredients in these cookies and flour or eggs are needed. You just need to boil everything together, scoop it out onto some parchment paper, and let it cool. And taste and texture-wise, these are almost a cross between an oatmeal cookie and fudge. But as simple as these cookies should be, it seems that many still ran into an issue making them, with them either turning out too gooey or too hard and crumbly.

How to make oatmeal peanut butter cookies

To get started, line two baking trays with parchment paper. When it comes to these cookies, it’s all about which texture you pick.

Things you have to need for oatmeal butter cookies

You can use quick-cooking oats or old-fashioned rolled oats as they are too thick. Quick cookies oats will produce a finer-textured, chewier cookie, and old-fashioned rolled oats will produce a thicker, heartier cookie, but either one work. You can mix 50/50 of both. For the rest of the ingredients, white cane sugar is typically used in this recipe, but I prefer coconut sugar, as it’s uncompressed and it has an almost caramel-like taste to it.

You will also need cacao powder or cocoa powder, and butter or ghee. If you are dairy-free or vegan, you can also use vegan butter. To keep the cookies soft and moist you’ll need nut butter but any nut or seed butter will work. And lastly will need a splash of vanilla extract. Because this recipe comes together very fast, and time does have an impact on the success or failure of these cookies.


  • 1/2 cup of butter
  • 1/2 cup of milk
  • 2 cups of coconut sugar
  • 1/4 cup of cacao powder
  • 1/2 cup of almond butter
  • 3 cups of oats
  • A teaspoon of vanilla extract


1. Heat a pot over medium heat and add a half cup of butter and a half cup of milk, 2 cups of coconut sugar, and a quarter cup of cacao powder. Give that a stir, and let it all melt together. After a couple minutes, you’ll notice small bubbles around the outside of the pot, wait until you see full-boil of bubbles in the middle before setting the timer.

2. Remove the pot from the heat and add a half cup of almond butter and one teaspoon of vanilla extract, and stir that in. Then add three cups of oats, stir that until the oats are fully coated. At this stage, you will notice the cookies are little mounds, almost coconut macaroons, and you can certainly keep them in this shape, or you can use the back of the spoon to flatten them into more of the cookie-like shape

3.This single batch of no-bake cookies will make about 24 to 28 cookies depending on how large you make them, and you have to do is wait for them to harden, which take about 30 minutes on the counter, though you could also speed up a little by placing them into the fridge. Now, take out your cookies from the fridge and you can taste it, it will be delicious.
Hope so, you will enjoy these cookies friends if you like these cookies you can also check homemade peanut butter cookies.


  •  If you are making this recipe with kids, keep in mind that this is an extremely hot sugar mixture, so use caution, and little fingers should be extra careful. Grab a cookie scoop and use that to dollop the mixture onto the parchment paper.
  • If your cookies are too hard, reduce the amount of time your sugar mixture boils for your next batch. by 15 to 20 seconds, try quick-cooking oats next time for a softer texture. If your cookies are too soft boil the sugar mixture for an extra 15 to 20 seconds, and also keep in mind that humidity can also make them softer, and require a little boiling time. If they are still too softer you can add more rolled oats, just let the cookies sit out overnight, uncovered. They will naturally firm up as the moisture inside the cookies evaporates.
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