recipe for no-bake cookies needed

Posted on: Sat, 08/21/1999 - 3:39am
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Does anyone have a recipe for no-bake cookies that I could use for a child who is to avoid peanut (not an anaphylactic response but supposed to avoid)? My recipe has cocoa, butter, sugar, oatmeal, salt, and peanutbutter in it. You boil the ingredients and then drop them by spoonfull on wax paper to cool. My son loves these and obviously I can't make them for him now. Thanks.

Posted on: Sat, 08/21/1999 - 10:33am
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pTerri, I haven't tried this recipe yet. I was told the cookies are delicious.br /
3 cups of quick cooking oatsbr /
1 teaspoon vanillabr /
1/8 teaspoon of saltbr /
2 cups of sugarbr /
1/2 cup evaporated milkbr /
1/2 cup butterbr /
2 tablespoons of cocoabr /
Mix oats, vanilla and salt, set aside.br /
In a saucepan combine remaining ingredients and bring to a boil.br /
Stir in oats.br /
Drop by teaspoonfuls onto waxed paper.br /
I hope this recipe works for you.br /
patty/p

Posted on: Sat, 08/21/1999 - 9:40pm
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pThank you Patty. This is very similar to my recipe so I will give it a try! Terri/p

Posted on: Tue, 08/24/1999 - 1:52pm
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pHave you checked with the manufacturer of the cocoa to be sure it is safe for a peanut allergic person? Are you sure that they are aware of, understand and are addressing peanut allergy?/p
pDon't forget to ask about cross contamination possibilities!/p
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Posted on: Wed, 08/25/1999 - 6:21am
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