23 July 2010

What kind of cookie is that Mary?

"Oh, it's the different kind!! You know, the kind you eat with a fork!!"


Mud Puddles
2 sticks butter
1 1/2 C. all natural sugar
1/2 C. brown sugar
1/2 C. milk
1 teas. vanilla
3 T. cocoa
1 C. natural peanut butter
3 C. oatmeal
In a large sauce pan combine butter, sugars, milk, vanilla, cocoa, and peanut butter. Melt all together and stir in vanilla and oatmeal. Spoon onto wax paper to cool. As you can see from the photos, we never let them rest long enough to harden!!

10 comments:

LLJ said...

I have a friend that makes something like this. She adds whey protien. I couldn't find her recipe. I tried some the other day. Pretty good coockie - not too sweet.

Mary looks adorable eating her cookie she eats with a fork! : )

Leanne

Teena said...

sounds yummy!

Love the pictures below....

My Wes said to me yesterday...

I said "we need to rake up some more pine straw" and he replied...

"I don't do yard work... until I am married."

LOL

blessings,
Teena

walkingwithangels said...

yummy yummy, my girls would love to try that xx

Susan said...

Mmmmmm....Yummmmmm!!

Enjoyed catching up on your blog today :0)

Blessings, Susan

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

We call them "Stove Top" cookies, but we've never made them with brown sugar. That sounds really good. These are our favorite "go to" cookies. Even if you mess them up, they taste good!
Blessings,
Marcia

Chris in FL--Joyful Mother said...

mmmm....sounds absolutely yummmmmers and so easy to make.

Chris

OurLilFullFam said...

Ah, we called these preacher cookies. So the story goes, people would make them as they saw the preacher heading their way down the road becaus ethey were so quick to do.

They are so yummy - comfort food for sure!

Stephanie

Kathy@theshebearofeleven said...

We call them, "No Bake Cookies," and put them in the freezer to help set up. My kids have always loved them.

dggp said...

YUM.

Becca said...

Wow! Looks wonderful! I bet Carolyn will enjoy trying to make these!

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