RECIPE: Sugar-free No Bake Cookies

FilusMay 14, 2002

Sugar-free No Bake Cookies

6 Tbs sugar free Nestles Quick

1 tsp vanilla extract

1/2 cup margarine (or I can't believe it's not butter or Mooove over

butter)*

1/2 cup skim milk

1 cup coconut

3 cups quick cooking oats

Mix first 4 ingredients until smooth (with mixer or food processor). Mix

in

coconut and oats until well combined.

Place wax paper on a cookie sheet. By teaspoonfuls or tablespoonfuls,

roll

into balls and place on cookie sheet. Refrigerate 1 hour. Store in

refrigerator. Quantity varies depending on size of cookies.

* some margarines can be cooked with and some can't so use what is

available

in your area that can be used for cooking. If you are preparing these

for a

diabetic with renal problems, "Mooove Over Butter" is the best choice.

"I

Can't Believe It's Not Butter" is next in line.

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monica2001

This recipe sounds good and I'll try it. Thanks - sugar free recipes are hard to find. I only use food with 3 grams of sugar or less. Monica

    Bookmark   June 21, 2002 at 10:59PM
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charityoh

Is there a step missing in this?? you talk about cooking the oats but that step is not here??

    Bookmark   July 8, 2002 at 2:31PM
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monicatx

I have been using your recipe for almost a year now. I love it. My daughter and grandchildren love it, but what surprises me is my little dog loves it. One addition I have tried a few times is: cut up about 6 dried dates into 1/2 cup of water (instead of the milk) and let sit for 15 minutes to rehydrate. Then follow recipe. I also add chopped nuts or chopped dried apples sometimes. I made a batch today and they're in the refrigerator chilling. Then I will try to dip the balls in melted chocolate. My diet allows me to have 8 grams of sugar so I can find dark chocolate with a lot of looking.

One other point, I have found that two packets of sugar-free hot chocolate mix equal 6 tbs. of Quick. Thanks again for the recipe - it is wonderful. Monica

    Bookmark   May 7, 2003 at 9:41PM
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simgirl

MonicaTX,

You should not be giving this to a dog. Chocolate can be fatal in any form, although Quik doesn't have that much in it to begin with. As you refer to your "little" dog, I'd be very cautious about this. It's not the caffeine, it's the theobromide that's in cocoa that will kill a dog.

    Bookmark   August 3, 2004 at 11:43AM
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lhgh

I'VE BEEN A DIABETIC 2 FOR ALMOST A YEAR. WE, WEBBIES HAVE A NG THAT IS FOR DIABETIC'S. SO IF YOU'VE GOT A WEBTV, AND IT WORKS ONLY WITH WEBTV, HERE IT IS

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anyway that's where I found this site for almost everything, lots of cookies recipes. This site is for pc's too. Only the above addies is for webtv.
http://www.recipesource.com/baked-goods/desserts/cookies/diabetic/

I hope this helps. This is the 1st time i've been to this site, really enjoy it.

GERRY

    Bookmark   January 22, 2005 at 4:11PM
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bianchy

How long can I storege them in the fridge???

also

Does the oat have to be cook before adding to recipe???

    Bookmark   October 21, 2010 at 10:40AM
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