No bake cookies aren't the prettiest or most original cookies ever. But when I suggested something Elycia and I could make while she was out a little while back and she didn't know what a no bake cookie was... I decided this was something I needed to share. Not to mention when my mom tried these she exclaimed that they were the best ones she'd ever eaten. I take pride in that statement! So if you've been living under some really sad no bake cookie-less rock or just want to try a different no bake cookie recipe - this post is for you!
Vegan Coconut No Bake Cookies
2 C sugar
4 T cocoa powder
1/2 C  soy butter
1/2 C soy milk
1 C peanut butter
1 T vanilla
3 C oatmeal
1 C shredded coconut (plus a little extra to garnish cookies)

In a sauce pan bring to a boil the sugar, cocoa powder, butter and milk. Let boil for 1 to 2 minutes, stirring occasionally.  While that's boiling - in a large bowl combine peanut butter, vanilla and oatmeal. After the sugar mixture has boiled add it into the oatmeal mixture and combine thoroughly. Mix in coconut last. Drop mixture by the spoonful onto wax paper and let cool.

Makes around 24 large cookies. You could easily get way more cookies by just making them a little bit smaller, mine tend to be on the large side.

Enjoy! (and don't blame me if you eat the whole batch by yourself in two days!)
xoxo


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25 Comments

  1. These look yummy! Thanks for sharing will definitely try these out :)

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  2. These actually do look delicious! and no-bake things are so easy to do!
    L xxx

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  3. Ohh I used to make no bake cookies loads back when I was Vegan :) I may have to give these ones a shot!

    Alli xx

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  4. sounds yummy!! Would anything change if I were to use real dairy products?? My family and I don't do vegan ;)

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    1. I doubt it! I'd definitely give it a shot. :)

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  5. ah this is great for me! I manage to mess up the baking stage with my cookies every time, I mostly just end up with one giant cookie burnt into the tray :) thanks foor this xx

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  6. Awesome! Thanks so much for this, I've been wondering what I was going to my my began boyfriend for the party we're having haha

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  7. Oh I'm going to try these! A group of us do a cookie exchange before Christmas and I've been on the look out for good cookie recipes. Love the owl dish!

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  8. I need to make these again! They were soooooo delicious.

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  9. I know what they are, but I don't think I've made any no bake cookies. I think I'll need to wait to make them since I'm home alone this week and I'll definitely finish them if I make them now :)

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  10. Considering I have a tendency to wander away from the oven and burn the crap out of cookies, I am alllll over this! Thanks!~Lizz

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  11. Sounds delicious! I know of no-bake cookies, but have only done no-bake pies, these look yummy and easy and I'd love to try!

    xomando

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  12. oh my god, you just saved my life.i never heard of no bake cookies before.I just moved to another city and still don't have a kitchen, I haven't even ordered one yet. Well, I'm getting a bit tense lately because I CAN NOT BAKE ANYTHING. Thanks so much.

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  13. I've never tried a no bake cookie mix before, but this looks so simple and delicious!

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  14. I love no bake cookies, but *sigh* I found out that I am allergic to oatmeal, so no more for me. There do look and sound yummy though.

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    1. You could probably try some type of cereal in here.

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  15. I've never tried no bake cookies before, what rock have I been living under? These look really tasty, definitely going to try it out xo

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    1. This looks yummi and the owl is superbe, I love it !

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  16. These look so good! I need to try them!

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  17. Im totally going to make them!do you think they would taste ok with goats butter as my LO has an intolerance to cows milk and soya!

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  18. These look amazing! Love the idea of bake-free cookies, although I'd miss the smell of baking that makes my neighbours jealous.

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  19. These look outta sight! Chocolate and coconut is my favorite!

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