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When summer rolls around, slaving away over a hot stove is the last thing we want to do. But that doesn’t mean you should miss out on the finer things in life, like making (and eating) a delicious homemade treat. Enter these decadent recipes that require only a few ingredients, minimal kitchen equipment and zero time in the oven. Oh, and did we mention that these no-bake cookies come together in a matter of minutes? Less time cooking = more time eating.
Soft, chewy and made with just three ingredients. We’re in love.
Oven, schmoven. Extra bonus? One-pot cooking means less washing up.
Another three-ingredient hero.
No eggs means eating these rainbow treats raw is A-OK.
What do you get when white chocolate, marshmallows, peanut butter and cereal join forces? Pure heaven, that’s what.
Shredded coconut give these treats their chewy texture.
Um, does that mean we can eat these for breakfast?
Topped with thick caramel, crunchy pecans and drizzled chocolate.
No cocoa? No problem.
The only hard part about making these? Waiting 20 minutes for them to firm up.
Chewy, fudgy and oh-so-yummy.
These cheerful bites would make a lovely gift. (If you don’t eat them all yourself, that is.)
The perfect combo of salty and sweet.
Freeze-dried raspberries blitzed into a powder give these yummy bites their pretty color.
Vegan and gluten-free bites of chocolatey goodness.
Simply adorable and so easy to make.
And they take less than ten minutes to whip up.
There’s no need to roast these over the fire; just stir ingredients together in a bowl and enjoy.
Add raisins or chopped nuts into the batter for extra texture.
Sunflower seed butter gives these beauties a salty twist.
Vegan, gluten-free and Paleo. We’ll take two, please.
These chewy, coffee-flavored treats are gluten-free, dairy-free and refined-sugar-free. What dietary restrictions?
Fact: Adding caramel to chocolate is always a good idea.
Chow mein noodles in a cookie—don’t knock it till you try it.
Everyone’s favorite spread in cookie form.
Sweetened with banana and liquid gold (aka maple syrup).
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