- This recipe offers a no-bake cookies option that doesn’t use milk, making it suitable for those who are dairy-free.
- The process involves heating almond milk (or another milk alternative), peanut butter, sugar, vanilla sugar, salt, and butter until melted and smooth.
- Cocoa powder is then added, and the mixture is cooled a bit before stirring in rolled oats.
- The mixture is spooned onto a baking tray, left to set at room temperature for a short time, and then chilled in the fridge.
- The result is a quick, easy, and delicious dairy-free alternative to traditional no-bake cookies.
What could be better than cookies? Homemade cookies! Don’t want to spend time baking, but want to have a delicious treat?
Here’s a variant for you: no bake cookies! No baking needed, only 5 minutes for preparation and you’ll get a plate full of sweet treats! Just have patience to wait for the cookies to set!
Looking for a no bake cookie recipe without milk? This recipe is completely dairy free! You can also use water instead of dairy milk. Do you have 5 minutes for cookies?
Let’s start by heating almond milk, peanut butter, sugar, vanilla sugar, salt, and butter in a saucepan.
Mix until smooth and remove from the heat. Stir in cocoa and let cool a bit. Add rolled oats, mix well and spoon out the mixture onto the baking tray. Chill in the fridge until set.
Is this recipe easy? Yes. Is it time-saving? Yes. Is it delicious? 100% of deliciousness!
No Bake Cookies Without Milk
- 2 cups rolled oats
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- ⅔ cup sugar
- ¼ cup butter
- 3 tbsp peanut butter
- ½ cup almond milk soya/rice milk or water
- ½ tsp vanilla sugar
- pinch salt
- Line a baking tray with parchment/wax paper or silicone mat.
- Combine almond milk (soya/rice milk), peanut butter, sugar, vanilla sugar, salt, and butter in a saucepan and heat, stirring continuously, until well-melted and smooth.
- Remove the pan from the heat and stir in cocoa powder.
- Let the mixture cool a bit. When the chocolate mixture is no more hot, stir in rolled oats. Mix well.
- Spoon out the mixture onto the baking sheet. Work quickly.
- Let the cookies sit at room temperature for 30 minutes, then chill in the fridge until set. Enjoy!
What does milk add to cookies?
Milk in cookies can add moisture and tenderness, enhancing the texture and flavor of the cookies. It also contributes to the overall richness and helps incorporate ingredients during mixing.
What causes no bake cookies to not set up?
No-bake cookies may not set up properly if the boiling mixture didn’t reach a high enough temperature or if the recipe proportions were not followed accurately. Boiling the mixture to the correct temperature and ensuring precise measurements can help ensure that the cookies set up properly.
Why are my no bake cookies too dry?
No-bake cookies can become too dry if the mixture was boiled for too long or if the proportions of ingredients were not balanced correctly. Ensuring that the boiling time is accurate and following the recipe’s measurements precisely can help prevent the cookies from becoming overly dry.