Friday, October 07, 2011

No-baked Chocolate Coconut Oatmeal Cookies - Day 7

Now who say you can’t make cookies without an oven. This cookie is just perfect when you are desperately craving for something sweet and chocolaty but don’t have much time to bake. These no baked cookie has been around for years but I never make them until now. Carlos said these mounds of peanut buttery, chocolate goodness are addictive. He can’t stop eating it but I have to keep some away for the next day, if not he will finish all of it up :)

We are into the 7th day of the Royal Selangor Jellyriffic challenge and I am enjoying it a lot especially seeing everyone's wonderful creations. Who knows we can do so much with a mould.


2 cups quick oats
1 cup unsweetened dried coconut
4 tbsp butter
3/4 cup chunky peanut butter
3 oz dark chocolate
3 tbsp honey
1 tbsp sugar - add more if you like it sweeter
¼ tsp salt


Some melted white chocolate

1. Lightly toast the oats and coconut in a pre-heated 325 degree F oven for 5-6 minutes until they are lightly brown. Remove and set it aside.
2. In a heavy saucepan, combined butter, peanut butter, dark chocolate, honey, sugar and salt. Cook over low heat until everything melted, combined and bubbly.
3. Pour the mixture into the oats and coconut. Mix well and set it aside to cool down a bit.
4. Line the Jelly mould with aluminum foil. Take about 1 ½ tbsp (depend on how big you like your cookies) of the mixture and press it into the mould. Remove from mould and let the cookie set in the fridge.
5. Once it harden, drizzle them with some white chocolate.

Note: You can always add some chopped dried fruits to these cookies.


ChopinandMysaucepan said...

Beautiful cookies! The mould has definitely challenged us to think a little beyond our comfort zone!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Look beautiful and tempting.

K.Nor said...

great idea gert :)

Eileen@Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

So fast, 7th day already! Another awesome creation.

ann low said...

Looks very cute and pretty! Looks like little Christmas tree :)

ReeseKitchen said...

WOW another recipe that I like!! Gert, you are brilliant!! I agreed with Ann, they do look like X'mas I'll make this for my coming X'mas party!!! Thanks!

Chik Mimi said...

Sangat cantik ma!!

hanushi said...

No bake cookies? This is really brilliant!!!

Linda from Brisbane! said...

Wow your creations are making us thrill with delight! I love this cookies! Once again from "mountain", I didn't know cookies can be made in this way! No-bake! Save me (lazy) alot of trouble! Definitely a top in my "trying-list".... Still trying to make a perfect cookie. Thanks! Can't wait for tomorrow! :) awesome work!

terri@adailyobsession said...

love the colors! this are good for children's parties too:)

Lite Home Bake said...

This cookie looks so inviting with the beautiful 'confetti' all over them. You are so creative, jellies, savoury ones, ice-creams, cakes, cookies, can't wait to see what else you have!

suituapui said...

LOL!!! I said two and now you've so many...all with the volcanic lava oozing out! Muahahahahaha!!!! Love oat biscuits! Nice!

ninazsyafinaz said...

Never come across my mind that the unbaked cookies is kolot lah myself...This is really super!!Thank you for sharing.

Anonymous said...

hi sis... you makes me can't wait to see more & more the outcome from your mould... kalau la saya berjiran dgn akak...hehe

Anonymous said...

Just the recipe I was looking for, to whip up a batch quickly for my boss' children party. Perfect! Thanks for sharing. Yasmin

Unknown said...

Wat a cookie? Must tasty....


ICook4Fun said...

ChopinandMysaucepan, thank you. Yeap, can do a lot with the mould :)

Sonia and K.Nor, thank you.

Eileen, yea already a week :)

Ann, ha ha christmas just change to color of the drizzle to white, red and green :)

Reese, thank you for all your support. You ladies are the best :)

Chik Mimi, terima kasih.

ICook4Fun said...

Hanushi, yeap, no baking except toasting the oats and coconut :)

Linda, ha ha now you know. You can make this for your kids and they can shape it too.

Terri, thank you.

Lite Home Bake, thank you for you kind words and support :)

Suituapui, ha ha I gave you more than what you asked for. Sui boh?

Nina, yes they do exist :)

Hunny, too bad we duduk jauh from each other if not I will share some with you.

Yasmin, let me know if you like it :)

Angeline, yeap :)

Emily said...

This recipe looks simple and very very scrumptious. I have bookmarked this page and hopefully can try out this recipe soon.

Thanks for all these recipes. You are one creative cook! =)

Shereen said...

Oh Gert,let's hope Justyn will not be seeing this post..hahaha.Peanut butter and chocolate are his 2 most favourite item in his food list.Beautiful to look at and surely delicious in the mouth!

Anonymous said...

I'm with Carlos on this one. They sure wouldn't last to the next day around here. Simon

Anonymous said...

This looks so delicious! It seems like you have practice your piping skills, unlike my mother.

Shereen said...

Hmm...looks like I have to write extra comments in all your post...okay..the anon with the Justyn not my son!!!...@$#@#! rude!!!He can go and make this cookie himself!!!

My Little Space said...

What a creative way to make your cookies. What a click! Thanks for sharing.
Hope you're having a great week ahead.

shaz said...

Very cute idea Gert. Perfect for those busy times when craving a sweet snack :)

Awayofmind Bakery House said...

very cute cookies!

Anonymous said...

Dibs on that one in the middle... haha