Original recipe yields 24 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I've been making these cookies since I was old enough to help my mom. I have never added nuts, but I'm sure that would be a good addition. Also, I add the peanut butter AFTER I take the saucep...
They tasted delicous, what of them I could get in my mouth! I don't know what I did wrong, but mine never hardened! I ate one with a spoon, but wound up throwing the rest away, they were just gl...
These were so good.. they didn't last long enough to keep in the refigerator. The one thing I will do different next time is to omit the walnuts. Or at least chop them down more.
Very good, the family liked them more than I did. I will add more peanut butter next time, I think that's what is missing!
They were really good but mine did not stick together! I'm not sure where I went wrong but, I'm using what's left of them as a topping for an apple crisp.. mmmm!
Great recipe, I had lost my version and found this won, but I will add more peanut butter next time.
I had the issue with these not setting as well the first time. Here is the trick.....do not add the peanut butter in the saucepan. Mix it with the oats instead. I bring the cocoa, milk, butter, ...
This was an excellent recipe turned out so great. I used peppermint oil as opposed to vanilla to give it a minty flavor. Yum!