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    Peanut Butter-Chocolate No-Bake Cookies

    Vegetarian • Gluten free • 40 mins to make • Makes 60 cookies

    Breakfast Foods

    3 cups Rolled oats, old-fashioned


    1 cup Peanut butter, smooth

    Baking & Spices

    1/4 cup Cocoa powder, unsweetened
    1 Large pinch Kosher salt
    2 cups Sugar
    1 tbsp Vanilla extract, pure


    1 stick Butter, unsalted
    1/2 cup Milk
    • Jesse Schiller

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      Chocolate Peanut-Butter No Bake Cookies Recipe : Food Network - Chocolate, peanut butter and oatmeal are mixed together to create a rich, gooey dough that forms into cookies once cooled — no oven needed.

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