disclosure: This post is sponsored by Walmart+.

There’s nothing better than a recipe with no bake in the title.

Especially when it’s a zillion degrees here in Texas and turning on the oven sounds like the worst idea in the world.

And a no bake cookie with chocolate?

And peanut butter?

And oatmeal?

Yes, please.

My mother-in-law shared this recipe with me and my family loves it and it’s perfect for a treat on a lazy summer afternoon.

And the best part?

Baking yummy recipes like this got even easier.

All thanks to my Walmart+ membership.

Here’s everything you need to make the BEST No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies.

And to make it even easier? You can put in a Walmart+ order for all the ingredients.

And to make it even easier? You can order all the ingredients you need in the Walmart app and get free same-day delivery from your store as a Walmart+ member!

The other day I decided I wanted to make these cookies and some fresh homemade salsa and I put in my order using Walmart+ free delivery from my local store.

And less than two hours later this showed up.

Here’s the recipe in case you need a little dessert in your life.

No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

This recipe is a family favorite and perfect to make for a hot summer day when you don't want to turn the oven on.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 3 dozen

Ingredients
  

  • 2 c. sugar
  • 1/2 c. milk
  • 1 t. vanilla
  • 2 c. oatmeal
  • 2 T. peanut butter
  • 1/2 c. butter
  • 2 T. cocoa

Instructions
 

  • Combine sugar, cocoa, milk, butter, and vanilla in a saucepan.
  • Cook 1 minute at a rolling boil.
  • Beat until cool.
  • Add oatmeal and peanut butter.
  • Mix thoroughly and drop by teaspoon onto wax paper.

Notes

I

The BEST No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

2 c. sugar

2 T. cocoa

½ c. milk

1/2 c. butter

1 t. vanilla

2 c. oatmeal

2 T. peanut butter

 

  1. Combine sugar, cocoa, milk, butter, and vanilla in a saucepan
  2. Cook 1 minute at a rolling boil
  3. Beat until cool
  4. Add oatmeal and peanut butter
  5. Mix thoroughly and drop by teaspoon onto wax paper

Interested in Walmart+?

Here’s the way it works:

You can purchase a monthly membership for $12.95 or an annual membership for $98. You get  FREE same-day delivery from your local store (with a $35 minimum purchase and restrictions apply), and other great benefits that save you time and money.  You can sign up for a free trial at www.Walmartplus.com.

Your membership includes Walmart’s everyday low prices and no per item mark-ups like other online grocery delivery services.

That means.

Free delivery on butter.

Free delivery on peanut butter.

Free delivery on cocoa and vanilla and oatmeal and anything else you need for an afternoon of baking.

And free delivery on a whole lot more.

So when you want to make a yummy dessert or you are about to run out of paper towels, you don’t have to worry.

Ordering online is just a finger click away.

You can order food items but you can also order all those household essentials you need like napkins and fabric softener and hand soap and even shampoo and conditioner.

I even used Walmart+ last week to order the cutest blouse and the cutest sweatshirt for $15.

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Let’s go.

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You can sign up for Walmart+ here.

It’s a big time saver.

Truly.

I love, love, LOVE it! I truly do! It makes life easier, saves me money and keeps me focused.

Here’s to making every moment count.

Especially the ones with dessert. 🙂

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Comments

  1. Image for Leslie Watkins Leslie Watkins

    Universal favorite recipe! Haven’t made these for years…thank you for the reminder! I’ll just need people here to eat them so I won’t because they are so yummy! Thanks for sharing the Walmart membership! Who knew?!

  2. Image for Laura Laura

    Oh my goodness! We made those after school all the time! We called them “Tibbie Drops” because......well, they kinda look like...tibbies! I need to call my 8th grade best friend right now!

  3. Image for Stephanie Brown Stephanie Brown

    This is a favorite and I am even asked to make them for family gatherings. Older folks call them cafeteria cookies because were often made for school lunches.... a few years ago though! All need to take a cookie and milk break every day! I think we would see more smiles.

  4. Image for Marlene Stephenson Marlene Stephenson

    These are the best cookies and have made them several times over the years. Thank you for reminding me.

  5. Image for Kris Kris

    This looks similar to the recipe that I use! Super yum. I will offer a word of caution .... since they are made using butter, they get soft in hot temperatures so be aware of that if you are serving them at an outdoor soiree in the heat. Ask me how I know.

  6. Image for Meg Meg

    Fun Fact: I’ve used this recipe for years & my family loves these cookies. But, we call them.”cow plops.” If you think about it…

  7. Image for Lisa Lisa

    Hi Karianne Could you tell me where you got the blue sweater you are wearing in the photo holding WalMart bags, just adorable on you! Also,can you share what you eat to maintain your weight loss on an average day, thats the hardest part! You look terrific, thanks so much for what joy you bring to so many!!

  8. Image for Teri Sanor Teri Sanor

    No Bake Cookies are the first item I learned to make- at 9 years old! My recipe is almost the same except for after boiling for 1 minute then I add the vanilla, 1/2 cup peanut butter and 3 cups instant oats. Drop onto waxed paper.

    1. Image for cynthia chilson finger cynthia chilson finger

      Same! First recipe I learned to make because evidently my mother didn't trust us with a hot oven, but was comfortable with an open flame??!! :D She also made us cut the sugar in half, but they were still awesome....especially with extra crunchy peanut butter. The best part was how the vanilla would bubble up after adding it to the hot chocolate! :D

  9. Image for Ann C Ann C

    Love these. My mom passed her recipe on after I got married. W e called them “One Minute” cookies. After my husband passed I would make them and just eat it straight from the pan. True comfort food. Don’t do that any more! Your pictures show them on cooling racks. Is that just for presentation? Mine would go thru the holes if I did. Your directions say waxed paper so was a little confused.

  10. Image for KariAnne KariAnne

    Ann, Yes! They are just for the picture! We actually put them on wax paper to set up and then we transferred them to the cooling racks for the pic! happy day! KariAnne

  11. Image for Natalie Natalie

    I was looking for something to "bake" without having to turn on the oven and these were perfect. Just got done making them and they're fabulous! It made 31 two inch cookies. Thanks so much!! :-)

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