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No Bake Eskimo Cookies

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When it's hot outside, nothing tastes better than cookies you don't even have to bake! Take these Eskimo Cookies - no baking required. Just pour a cold glass of milk and enjoy how cool you'll feel!

Yields: 24

Ingredients
  • 3/4 cup butter or margarine
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 3 tablespoons cocoa
  • 2 cups quick-cooking oatmeal
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/3 cup powdered sugar
Instructions
  1. Place butter or margarine in medium size mixing bowl and let stand on the kitchen counter about 1/2 hour or until and easy to stir.  Another option is to soften butter in a glass cup or bowl at low power in the microwave oven for about 1 minute.
     
  2. Add sugar and cream (or blend) with a wooden spoon until smooth and creamy.
     
  3. Add water, cocoa and oatmeal and mix well.
     
  4. Cover with plastic wrap and chill in refrigerator for 2-3 hours.
     
  5. Pour powdered sugar into a small dish.
     
  6. To form the cookies, use a teaspoon and cut off small pieces of dough (about size of walnut) and shape into balls.
     
  7. Roll balls in powdered sugar. Store cookies in covered container in refrigerator.

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5 stars! Love these- made them all the time 50 years ago. Key is to cream (mix) the butter and sugar together very well, and same with the oats - it is a very stiff dough! I remember my sister and I taking turns because our arms would get tired. Plate of cookies never lasted more than a day. Amount of cookies is determined by size that you roll them.

There is no mention of vanilla in the instructions?? Is it a mistake to have it listed in the ingredients?

"remove recipe" means you already have it saved...and now, would you like to remove it from your collection.

On the top of this page why does it say "remove recipe" when you want to add it?

how much cream do you add to the sugar..it doesnt say??

You don't add cream, you "cream" the sugar and margarine together. Reading the recipe, it does say add sugar and cream, so that is an understanable mistake.

I'm with donna lee dancer....it always helps my decision in trying recipes if pictures are available. tnx

I would be tempted to try the recipes if pictures of the finished items were shown

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