These Easy No-Bake Chocolate Cookies Will Melt In Your Mouth
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Wow, these cookies are tasty! And get this; normally, making some cookies from scratch entails mixers, ovens, and a huge cleanup, but these no bake cookies couldn’t be easier! I love the texture of these. On one hand, they melt in your mouth, but on the other, they have a pleasant bite because of the oatmeal. These are a must try – too easy not to try! Let us know what you think and as always share with all your friends. This is the perfect recipe for those moments when you get a call from your friends, and they are coming over for a surprise visit!
Just start prepping these no-bake cookies right away, and they’ll be ready by the time you hear the doorbell. Everyone loves these, and you can adjust the flavor by adding your favorite flavorings! I love these with coconut extract! When you use coconut extract the cookies sort of taste like a macaroon. I think they taste delightful 🙂
Recipe and image courtesy of 12Tomatoes.
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Quick Tip: Mke an extra batch to freeze.