Top 3 Mouth-watering Ideas To Make No Bake Cookies – Serve Fast Yummy Desserts from Just 10 Mins

No bake cookie recipes are great for a fast and easy dessert. They are perfect for last minute entertaining idea or simple convenient snacking treats.

On top of that, no bake cookies are hassle-free and mess-free!

But don’t be fooled, these are not just any no bake cookie recipes. Great adult or kids snacks, these 3 simple no bake recipes are fool-proof. They are original, proven successes and make amazing desserts.

These are not just any ordinary no bake cookie recipes. Try them out and see for yourself!

All time classic flavors that the world loves…


RECIPE #1: “Marble Chocolate Lover No Bake Cookies”

Ingredients: (makes approximately 2 to 3 dozen cookies)

– 250g milk (or dark, if you prefer) chocolate

– 250g white chocolate

– 2 1/2 cups of rice puff cereal

– 1/2 cup of desiccated coconut


1. Melt both chocolates in separate bowls (either melt over a “bain marie” or double boiler, or microwave for approximately 30 seconds) until soft and smooth.

2. Mix coconut and rice puffs together in a bowl. Pour the dark chocolate over and mix thoroughly.

3. Line a shallow baking dish and pour mixture evenly.

4. Pour the white chocolate around the mixture. With a large spoon, gently and roughly mix the white chocolate into the mixture to create a desired marble effect. (Try not stir and mix the colors in too much).

5. Refrigerate to harden for 1 hour or about 10 minutes in the freezer. Cut into square sizes as you desire. (Store in air-tight container in cool temperatures. Refrigerate for warmer climates).


RECIPE #2: “Classic Jam Drop No Bake Cookies”

Ingredients: (makes approximately 2 to 3 dozen cookies)

– 2 1/2 cups of wholemeal cereal, lightly crushed (or 2 cups of oatmeal if preferred)

– 2 tablespoons of honey

– 1 cup of softened butter

– 1/2 cup of icing sugar

– Strawberry (or any fruit) jam


1. Mix butter, icing sugar and honey together until smooth.

2. Stir in the cereal carefully and thoroughly.

3. Place a large waxed paper on a flat baking dish and spoon the mixture on to the paper in small serving amounts. Lightly pat the small mounds down.

4. Add a small (about half to one teaspoon) of your favorite fruit jam in the centre of the cookies.

5. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes or about 10 minutes in the freezer before serving. (Store in air-tight container in the fridge).

RECIPE #3: “Almond Delight No Bake Cookies”

Ingredients: (makes approximately 1 to 2 dozen cookies)

– 2 1/2 cups of rice puff cereal (can be honey glazed styles)

– 100g roasted almonds (finely chopped) or almond flakes

– 100g milled almonds (or almond powder)

– 1/2 cup of softened butter

– 1 table spoon of honey

– vanilla essence


1. Mix butter, milled almonds, honey and a couple drops of vanilla essence together until smooth.

2. Mix rice puff and roasted almonds together and pour into the butter mixture. Mix thoroughly.

3. Spoon mounds onto waxed paper and refrigerate at least 30 minutes or about 10 minutes in the freezer before serving. (Store in air-tight container in the fridge).


TIP: Any cereal mix can be replaced by graham cracker crumbs or oatmeal if preferred to suit your diet.

Create magical moments with these 3 simple and fast no bake cookie recipes. Share them with your loved ones and be surprised at how hassle-free fun dessert making can be.

All Time Favorite Christmas Cookies

It’s that time of year again, there is snow on the ground, and ornaments on the tree. Christmas is a magical time of year with memories and traditions that never seem to fade. One of these traditions is the baking of Christmas cookies. My mother went to a cookie swap just the other day, where she baked ten dozen of the same cookie to give away and she brought home ten dozen different varieties for the family to enjoy. There were rules in this cookie swap in an effort to avoid having five dozen chocolate chip cookies.

Don’t get me wrong, I loved all of the different varieties my mom brought home, but it’s not Christmas without the classics. You know which classics I’m referring to, they’re in every home at some point during the holiday, just as they’ve been since before you can remember. It’s not Christmas without cut-out sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies, and snicker doodles. I have a plan for next year, we’re going to bring the classics back to the swap, and everyone can add their own little spin on them.

Sugar cookies are by far my favorite cookies. They hold so much opportunity, they’re a blank canvas for the ten year old cookie artist. Sugar cookies come in many different shapes, colors, and textures, but the taste is always the same. Everyone has sugar cookies during the holidays, and I mean everyone. Even if you’re not the cookie connoisseur and you have the baking skills of a cyclopes, you can still enjoy an old-fashioned sugar cookie.

A trip to the local grocery store freezer selection will solve your kitchen catastrophe in the form of break-and-bake cookies. The rest is easy, decorating is half the fun of eating them. Your choices for materials are endless, it all depends on your style. You may choose to use cookie cutters, and make a perfect Santa. If you choose to go the classic circle direction, frosting and sprinkles are your best friends. Whether it’s the smell of the cookies baking, the fun you have decorating them, or even just eating them, this cookie classic is sure to bring your family together if only for an afternoon.

When I think of the holidays, I think of gingerbread men and sugarplum fairies. Since sugarplum fairies don’t come in cookie form, gingerbread is our second Christmas favorite. Gingerbread, other than tasting amazing, can make anything you can dream of. If you want to go simple, making a dozen gingerbread men to decorate with gumdrop buttons may be your choice this year. However, if you’re willing to go to the extremes, this may be your year to create the ultimate gingerbread house. Whether you’re a fashion designer for the gingerbread men army, or the newest member of the gingerbread house design team, magic is going to happen in your house this Christmas. When you complete your creation, it may even look so good you won’t want to eat it!

It’s no question why snicker doodles are our number three pick for the best Christmas cookies. If you’ve ever had a snicker doodle, you know the taste of cinnamon practically does the tango on your taste buds. However, if you have never had a snicker doodle, then you have not lived my friend. This cinnamon creation is dusted with Cinnamon sugar and best when served warm. Unlike most circle cookies, the snicker doodle always manages to stay soft and never flattens. I don’t know if it’s sparkle of cinnamon, or the sparkle of Christmas that make these cookies a favorite. One thing is for certain, they’re magical.

Basic Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe – How Each Ingredient Works

You will often hear, “My chocolate chip cookies did not turn out.” Inevitably it is then quickly blamed on the recipe used, and then the quest for a new recipe ensues. The odds are that the recipe used was just fine, but how the cookie ingredients were measured and mixed probably had more to do with the poor outcome.

There are so many recipes to choose from, it can be confusing. Each recipe will produce a similar tasting product, but depending on how the ingredients were used, each recipe will produce a cookie with its own set of textural characteristics and traits.

  • Butter: This is the fat that makes a cookie rich and palatable. Unsalted butter is the best to use as you can better control the salt amount in your recipe.
  • White and brown sugar: These sugars sweeten the cookie while also adding textural qualities. More brown sugar will make a soft chewy cookie while large amounts of white sugar will make a drier crispy cookie.
  • Eggs: Eggs are emulsifiers. This means that they help keep fats evenly distributed throughout the cookie making it thick and stable.
  • Extracts: Flavoring that give pastries a subtle underlying flavor. The most common extracts for a chocolate chip cookie are vanilla and almond.
  • All-Purpose flour: This is the most common flour found in the household kitchen, and the most recommended for baking cookies. The more flour used, the more dense the cookie. Self rising flour is not recommended.
  • Leavening agents: Baking powder and baking soda are the two most common gas producing agents that are used to make the cookie rise in the oven. Soda will produce a cookie that spreads more, as a double acting baking powder will make a fluffier cookie.
  • Salt: Salt actually enhances the sweetness and all the other flavors in the cookie. Sea salt is the best because it is a pure fine salt without additives.
  • Chocolate Chips: Semi-sweet chocolate chunks were in the first ever chocolate chip cookie, however, any flavor can be put into this classic cookie recipe.
  • Nuts: Nuts are optional in any cookie recipe, but add a crunchy texture and added layer of flavor. Walnuts and pecans are the most classic choice.

No matter which way you like your chocolate chip cookie, this is the most common set of ingredients that go into a basic recipe. Since the first cookie was made in 1933 there have been many alterations to the original recipe, but few recipes stray far from the tried and true classic list of ingredients.