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No Bake Cookies

Looking for recipes for no bake cookies? Taste of Home has the best no bake cookies recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Making these cookies is therapeutic for me. I often watch a movie while I put them together. I take a lot of cookies to fundraisers, and these gingersnaps are quite popular. If you'd like, you can make variations by changing the cookie base or varying the nuts. —Deirdre Cox, Kansas City, Missouri
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South Dakota Frito Treats

South Dakota Frito Treats

South Dakota Frito Treats

Yep, they're made with corn chips! These salty sweets were a staple after meetings at the quilt guild I belonged to in South Dakota.—Carol Tramp, Wynot, Nebraska

No-Bake Cornflake Cookies

No-Bake Cornflake Cookies

No-Bake Cornflake Cookies

I grew up on a farm where we hand-milked cows and had plenty of milk and cream to use for cooking. Sometimes we'd substitute light cream for the evaporated milk in this recipe. We'd rarely let these cookies cool before sampling them, and a batch never lasted a day! —Denise Marnell, Hereford, Texas

Quick Crisp Snack Bars

Quick Crisp Snack Bars

Quick Crisp Snack Bars

My daughters have loved these nutritious snacks since they were in grade school. Now, both are adults and still make these bars when they want a quick treat. —Ursula Maurer of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
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Chocolate Butterscotch Haystacks

Chocolate Butterscotch Haystacks

Chocolate Butterscotch Haystacks

My grandmother made haystacks like these and gave them to my cousin Vonnie and me when our parents didn't want us to have any more sweets. —Christine Schwester, Divide, Colorado

No-Bake Cookie Balls

No-Bake Cookie Balls

No-Bake Cookie Balls

I go for these quick bites when I'm short on time or don't want to turn on the oven. I make them a day or two ahead to let the flavors blend. —Carmeletta Dailey, Winfield, Texas

Peanut Butter Penguins

Peanut Butter Penguins

Peanut Butter Penguins

Could these be any more adorable? To treat your guests to this chocolaty, peanut buttery goodness, just cover Nutter Butter cookies with chocolate and decorate! They’re a lot of fun to make and even more fun to eat. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Homemade Snow Globes

Homemade Snow Globes

Homemade Snow Globes

You'll be snowed under with offers from kids wanting to help you put together these cute snow globes. Just make sure they don't nibble up all the ingredients before they're decorated! Together, the globes would make a fun centerpiece...or use individually for creative place cards. —Georgia Kohart, Oakwood, Ohio

Cereal Cookie Bars

Cereal Cookie Bars

Cereal Cookie Bars

These chewy crowd-pleasers from Connie Craig of Lakewood, Washington feature all sorts of goodies, including chocolate chips, raisins, coconut and candy-coated baking bits. For a more colorful look, press the baking bits on top of the bars instead of stirring them into the cereal mixture.

Yummy Cracker Snacks

Yummy Cracker Snacks

Yummy Cracker Snacks

These treats are my family's favorite, and it seems no matter how many I make, they always disappear too soon. —D. Weaver, Ephrata, Pennsylvania

Holiday Cornflake Cookies

Holiday Cornflake Cookies

Holiday Cornflake Cookies

I can't seem to make enough of these cornflake wreaths around the holidays. The cookies firm up quickly, so you'll need to place the Red Hots right away. —Kathleen Hedger, Fairview Heights, Illinois

Cherry No-Bake Cookies

Cherry No-Bake Cookies

Cherry No-Bake Cookies

I've always loved my no-bake cookie recipe, but I was never able to place at the fair with it. So I mixed in some maraschino cherries, added a few drops of almond extract, and voila! We won a blue ribbon at the county fair in 2010. —Denise Wheeler, Newaygo, Michigan
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