No Bake Cookie Recipe, was a Blue Ribbon Winner for my niece in the 1970s.
This recipe makes a peanut butter dough of crushed graham crackers crumbs, chopped pecans and coconut then rolled or dipped into a yummy chocolate coating.
Because of their shape they are often called Golf
It is a wonderful recipe for working into the joyous family home holiday spirits by letting your children help make them!
Even children too young to be cooking around a hot stove can help shape the cookies.
This delicious, quick and easy No Bake Cookie Recipe makes excellent gifts from the kitchen.
Place the cookies in a clear glass jar, cover with a decorative lid or top, then tie on a pretty bow.
Another idea is to place in a square or rectangular white or colored gift gift box, alone ore with with other cookies and gift.
Gift wrap them and make someone happy!
Homemade cookies are always a welcomed gift.
all ingredients together, thoroughly.
Chill mixture in refrigerator at
least 2 hours until it is easy to shape with the hands into large marble
Chill in refrigerator again for a few hours for easy dipping.
*I no longer see 7 oz. cans of coconut in the grocery store.
I see 14 oz. packages.
You can use 1/2 of a 14 oz. package or preferably 1 cup of freshly grated coconut, if a fresh coconut is available at your store.
Freshly grated coconut takes the taste of this No Bake Cookie Recipe to the top level.
Melt wax and morsels together in top of a double boiler.
With fork or candy dipping spoon, dip each golf ball into coating.
a wire rack on a cookie sheet to catch drippings.
Place dipped balls on
rack until coating has stopped dripping and cooled.
Place cooled dripped coating back into pot for reuse.
*Household wax is usually found in the canning supplies section of the grocery store.
No Bake Oatmeal Cookie Recipe makes old fashioned stove-top cookies with oatmeal, peanut butter, cocoa and pecans in less than 5 minutes.
This recipe has been in our family many
years. Originally, we called these Stove Top Cookies.
I don't remember that first recipe containing nuts.
They were so easy to make that my 10
year old daughter made them often and sold them to earn money.
She added nuts to the recipe and we have made them that way ever since.
In a large saucepan add sugar, butter, milk, cocoa, and vanilla.
Bring to a boil on low heat and boil one minute.
Start counting when you see the first bubble.
Turn off heat and quickly stir in peanut butter, oatmeal, and
pecans, mixing thoroughly.
Drop by tablespoonful onto cookie sheet lined
with aluminum foil.
Chill in refrigerator several hours or overnight to set up firmly before serving.