Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies – Oatmeal is known to have nutritious fiber which is good for digesting system. It can also replace your daily diets such as bread or rice. The oatmeal diet is one of the best options for you who are trying to lose some weight. Having said that, making oatmeal peanut butter cookies probably is a good idea. In this occasion, we are happy to share with you about tips on how to make oatmeal peanut butter cookies. Just watch the video above.
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Video Title: Lunchroom FAV! Peanut Butter Oatmeal No-Bake Cookies Recipe
Tags: oatmeal peanut butter cookies, oat, cookie
Hi guys today on Divas Can Cook, we are going back in the past to our elementary school cafeteria. Remember these cookies oh my gosh I love these cookies. Either you love them or you hate them and I love them so much. So today we're gonna make a batch of no-bake oatmeal peanut butter cookies, let's go.
Making the Dough
Alright, the ingredients are pretty simple, I remember the cafeteria lady made these from scratch in a big old pot. First, we're gonna do is add some butter to a nonstick skillet then go ahead and just stir it around. You don't have to stir it around but something about melting butter is it's so fun to stir and watch it melt.
Alright when your butter has melted, go ahead and throw in a little bit of our milk go ahead and just stir that right on in. Then gonna add in the sugar, this oatmeal peanut butter cookie has a lot of sugar and you see why kids really love this cookie.
I have my heat on medium, gonna stir this up really good. Right before it comes to a boil we're gonna throw in some cream of tartar. This is a little trick I learned to keep this cookie from becoming like crusty and sugary.
Alright, now we're gonna bring it to a rolling boil like this. And the soon that come to this ball we're gonna count 2 minutes. 2 minutes, don't go over 2 minutes, don't go under 2 minutes. It has to be 2 minutes okay.
Alright so once you have 2 minutes are up, go ahead and remove it from that heat. Alright and it looks just like this, still kind of you know slurpy oatmeal peanut butter cookies dough. We're gonna throw in our peanut butter. Now if you can get your hands on some of that government peanut butter. Oh my gosh, that stuff tastes gross, but in these cookies, they were the bomb.
I'm using Skippy because I just wanted to have that you know the nostalgic old-fashioned taste. Alright so go and throw in some vanilla extract. Just go and stir this all up until you have a nice thick peanut buttery pace. Go ahead and throw in half of your oatmeal. I'm using the one-minute oatmeal because I don't like the old-fashioned kind in this recipe.
So then go ahead and gonna pour in the rest of our milk. If you save half the milk and pour it in at the end of it, not right in the beginning. It'll make a nice creamy cookie and they'll stay creamy for days. Okay so go ahead and stir that milk and then we're going to add the rest of our oats, throw that in.
My mother used to make the chocolate kind for us almost every day after school. You can never have too many no-bake cookie recipes. We're going to drop these on our parchment paper and we gonna let them set up.
Now if you boil it too long, it's going to be like dry and crumbly. If you don't boil it long enough it will not say it okay, so make sure you boil it for 2 minutes. If you go a little bit under 10 minutes you storm the fridge and let them sit.
I hear you should make this on rainy days. I don't know if that's true or not but they say they won't set up on rainy days. Go ahead and let them set up for about 20 minutes and they will get nice and firm as they cool off, then that's it. Wasn't that easy?
The easiest no-bake oatmeal peanut butter cookies ever. These are my favorite and my cafeteria. Let me know what was your favorite cafeteria food because we all had our favorites you know. And of course, you can find the recipe on my blog at Divas Can Cook. Thank you guys so much for watching talk to you later bye.