Old Fashion No Bake Mudpie Cookies Recipe

Welcome to our Christmas Cookie Round up!

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This is a childhood cookie for me ( I started being allowed to make these around the age of 8 or 9) It was easy fast one pot cookie that everyone in our family loved!

Old Fashioned No Bake Mudpie Cookies.

  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/4th cup butter
  • Half cup of milk
  • 3 tbsp. of coco powder
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1.2 tsp salt
  • 1 cup coconut
  • 1 and half cups of oatmeal

Place the sugar, butter, milk and coco Powder into a heavy bottomed pot and with a whisk or a spoon stir it as it melts and heats up.. bring to a boil, stirring the whole time, Boil for one min, then add the vanilla, salt, coconut and oatmeal, mix well..

Drop by small teaspoon onto wax paper.. allow to cool and harden before eating.. (but don’t worry, we all eat at least one hot, juggling it back and forth between hands)

Its like a candy treat these are very sweet chewy treats.. Enjoy!

Now on to the Christmas Cookie Round up.. 

Oh my goodness these Lemon Crackle Cookies  look amazing..  coming from Jenlynn401 blog.. 

Super simple recipe and another old fashioned one that uses a cake box as a base to this recipe but with extra’s that make it pop.. great color for the cookie tray.. one to check out for sure.. head on over and see these bright and lemon flavoured cookies and the recipe for them!

Next up.. Peanut butter and Chocolate! What a combo.. we all know it and love it! Head on over to Megan’s Simply Rooted Farmhouse to find out more

Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies: A Simple Heirloom Recipe..  those cute little chocolate buttons on that wonderful Peanut butter bottom.. a great cookie for the Christmas plate for sure.. this is one that we all know that kids of all ages will enjoy. 

 Making Delicious Chocolate Crinkles for the Holidays

15 Acres Homestead is bringing us both Chocolate and Crinkle Cookie combo! She has a great looking recipe and if you have little ones around, we all know how much they love to help mom or grandma on the rolling in the sugar or using the cup to press them down to get that o so pretty crackle top.

 

O my, heading over to The Farm Wife Blog will be bring another amazing old fashioned much loved cookie to the table.

Spiced Oatmeal Cookies

Everyone loves a good spiced cookie and add in oatmeal and its a family favorite for sure!

Festive Raspberry Linzer Cookies

What a pretty cookie, red and white is just perfect for this time of year and that star.. this recipe is delightful!

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7 Responses to Old Fashion No Bake Mudpie Cookies Recipe

  1. Silver says:

    These look lovely and sound v easy to make. They remind me of nests that we make at Easter over here. You mix Shreddies and melted chocolate together to shape into nests, put little chocolate eggs in, put on greaseproof paper and put in the fridge to set. ^_^

    • O I have never done that for the nests but what a cute idea, I can totally “see” what you are talking about.. we make nests using the dry crunch chow mein noodles and then we use butterscotch chips, peanut butter and drop them and shape them.. the chow mein looks like sticks in the nest..

  2. arlynch1475 says:

    I just saved a new Linzer cookie to try next week but the most asked-for cookie here is a recipe that Jeff’s mom always made. They’re itty bitty, 1-bite sandwich cookies that are rolled in sugar and have a thick filling. The dough is super buttery and the resulting cookie very flaky and delicate . They’re a huge pain in the keister to make but it’s not Christmas without them.

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