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Sue's No-Bake Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

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Serves 12 | Prep Time 5 | Cook Time 5

Why I Love This Recipe

1st Annual Cookie Exchange 1992 from Sue Quintana - I selected this cookie because we were staying with my Dad, Jerry at the time and his oven did not work.

Ingredients You'll Need

2½ cups of Oatmeal
2 cups of Sugar
½ cup of Peanut Butter
¼ cup of Margarine or butter
4 tablespoons of Cocoa
½ cup of Milk
2 teaspoons of Vanilla


1. Before you begin, cover a large flat surface (like your kitchen table) with wax paper.

2. In a pot, heat and mix the cocoa, sugar, milk and margarine. Bring the mixture to a rolling boil. Then, while it is boiling, stir it for 1½ minutes. Lower the heat, and add the oatmeal, peanut butter and vanilla. Mix it well.

For the next step ~ WORK QUICKLY!!!

3. Remove the pot from the heat, and drop the mixture onto the wax paper in little 1″ dollops. If you take too long doing this, the mixture WILL harden in the pot a lot faster than you think it will.

4. Let the cookies cool on the wax paper.

To remove the cookies from the wax paper, don’t bother with trying to lift them off. Instead, it is easier to peel the wax paper off of the back of each cookie.

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