Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Tasty Tuesday!

Well Another week is here and with that means its another day to share one of my favorite recipes with you.  Normally I have been sharing healthy recipes, but this week I decided to share a cookie recipe.  We all know that even us Mommy's can not eat perfectly ALL the time.

This recipe is super easy to eat and my family has been making it for years.  I use to make this exact same recipe when I was little with my grandma and I get to do now with my girls.  I seem to make more of the recipe and my girls eat it as we go along, but I am sure I was the same when I was smaller.  They had to get it from someone and I love sweets SOOO much so I am sure it is me ;-)

This is an easy no bake recipe!  It does contain nut/nut products but you can easily buy nut free and adjust the recipe accordingly!!

No Bake Noodle Cookies

In the top of a double boiler over medium heat, melt:

1 Package of Caramel or Butterscotch chips
3/4 cup of peanut butter

Take off of the stove and pour into a good size bowl and add 2 cups of small coloured or white marshmallows.

Add a 1/2 package of Chinese noodles.

Just mix enough so that it sticks together and the marshmallows keep their colour if you used the coloured ones.

Use a spoon and drop on foil or a cookie sheet to the size you would like your cookies to be.

Place them in fridge to set!!



Rose @ Walnut Acre said...

These look like they would be fun to make and just as much fun to eat.

Summy.B said...

I used to eat these as a kid but they had baby marshmallows mmmm I might make them

Jennifer said...

I remember maing those with my grandmother when i was a kid brings back memories!

Jayda said...

DEFINITELY YUMMY and Id say from experience dont make them if your trying to loose weight. I agree Jennifer its the little things that bring back great memories and I hope it will be the same for our girls :-)

Finding Charm said...

Okay, so making these.

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Laura O in AK said...

I've enjoyed eating these, but not making them so far.

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klfvilla said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe - I don't think I've ever had these but they'll be fun to make with my kids - and they sound yummy too!