Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies

This recipe for Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies was introduced to our family when I was just a babe…okay, I was an early teen. :) We love the fudgy peanut butter deliciousness and the fact that these cookies are easy is an extra bonus.  When my mom asked me to bring a dessert for our Sunday evening family goof-off session gathering, I dug this recipe out of my recipe card file.

Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies


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  1. Martha says

    This easy. tasty. leeking-fingers recipe reminds me your other godess recipe- Peanut Butter Fudge. I wrote it all down in my special notebook for delicious recipes :) thank you so much !!!
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  2. Missy says

    These sound yummy!! Can’t wait to try them. Do you think I could also make them with crunchy peanut butter? I have 2 picky boys, one only eats creamy, the other only eats crunchy. :)

    Thanks for this recipe and God Bless

    • Myra says

      @Missy, Yes! I think crunchy PB would work! You may want to opt out of the nuts or use less because it might be really nutty. I prefer creamy and my husband prefers crunchy, so I totally know what you mean! :)

  3. says

    I have actually never tried no-bake cookies. These sound so easy though. I may try them today! :) P.S. I’m your newest follower (housewife_holly)

  4. Ron says

    I think that this recipe is very easy. This is perfect for snacks. I can prepare this anytime of the day if I want. It looks so yummy. I will try to do this later.

  5. says

    I just made these and the flavor is great! I made the mistake of walking away from the “dough” for a minute right after I mixed in the oats. When I came back it was completely set and crumbly! A very stupid mistake. Hahaha. Anyways, we’re now eating it in the little crumbly bits as if it’s some sort of trail mix/chex mix. It still works! :)
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  6. says

    So I must say that these are simply delicious and this is now my base recipe for everything wonderful. I’ve added to it with jelly, so yummy a pb&j!! Chocolate chunks, m&ms, so many ideas from this and I also added a little brown sugar to mix it up a little. I’m blessed to have found this!! I’m going to take them to the next blanket making party we have and they will be a forever Christmas cookie in this house for sure!! Thank you ~

  7. Rachel says

    Tried out this recipe one day because I couldn’t find my grandmother’s and had a craving for this peanut buttery treat. The only change I made was splitting the sugar — 1 Cup white sugar and 1 Cup light brown. Give it a try!



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