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These are really good and simple to make, esp in a pinch.
These are very yummy cookies. I've made these a gazillion times and these have always been a hit!
I had never heard of these until my husband asked if I could make them. It brought back such wonderful memories for him. He absolutely loved them. Thanks for posting!
Delicious and my daughter (10 yrs old) made all by herself. Will make often.
What a hoot! I learned these in girls scouts 40 years ago! I had forgotten how good they are! Thanks for the memories!
I started making these cookies in 1954 when I got my "Mary Alden's Cookbook for Children". I have made them many times over the last 50 years (and still have the cookbook, although it is a bit aged like me). The last time I rolled them in marble-sized pieces and omitted the powdered sugar. I then gave them to friends in nice candy dishes for Christmas with a cute poem I found on the internet about reindeer droppings. They were quite a hit!
YES thank you finally a recipe for no bake cookies that does not contain peanuts or peanutbutter!!! THANKYOU!
This is the first recipe I ever made in my mother's kitchen as a little girl...I am considerably older now and had lost the recipe...glad to have found it...I paid 4cents at the 5 and 10 cent store...I couln't have been more than 8 or 9 yrs old...baking is a passion and I proudly own well over 100 cookbooks of all types...and adding to them constantly.
My sister's and I used to make this cookie 40 years ago. We enjoyed these adaptations also. Cut the butter to 1/2 cup and add 1/2 cup of peanut butter. Or switch the powdered sugar for instant chocolate milk powder. Both are yummy too.
Easy and tasty always works for me and these did it!! Made them as part of a gift package for friends and they went over well.