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No Bake Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies


Once falls rolls around, I am a little (just a little) Pumpkin Obsessed!  So our go to cookie – the Chocolate No Bake Cookie – gets a revamp with pumpkin flavors as well.  Using a pumpkin spice pudding mix and pumpkin spice, these little cookies are great for an afterschool snack or bedtime treat for your family!  If you can’t get enough of pumpkin like me, we also have a Pumpkin Mini menu for you to stock your freezer!

If you like this recipe you might want to check out all pumpkin recipes! We have more – Pumpkin RecipesPumpkin Pinterest Board, and a Pumpkin Freezer Menu.

No Bake Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies

Lisa @ onceamonthmeals.com



In a saucepan, combine sugars, butter and milk.  Bring to a boil.  Boil 2 minutes.  Remove from heat and add in the pudding mix, stirring to combine completely.  Add in pumpkin pie spice, vanilla and oats.  Stir to combine and let stand for 5 minutes.  Drop by rounded tablespoonfuls onto waxed paper, and allow to cool completely.  Store in airtight container.

Freezing Directions:

Follow directions above.  When completely cool, transfer to gallon sized freezer storage bag.

Servings: 36 cookies

**conversion chart image provided by Erik Spiekermann

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194 Responses to “No Bake Pumpkin Oatmeal Cookies”

  1. Jessica McKnight says:

    I think you left out the butter measurement :)

  2. stacey says:

    Will be trying these tonight and linking up to my blog. These look so good! I’m on a pumpkin kick too. Thanks for sharing!!!


  3. Rebecca says:

    Where do I find the instant pumpkin spice pudding mix? Is there a brand?

  4. Jen says:

    These look awesome and I would love to make them for my son for after school…do you think I could sub applesauce or honey for some of the sugar, or would that affect how they set up?

    • lisa says:

      Jen – I think you could sub honey for some of the sugar and it would taste delish!

    • jen you can def use applesauce!!! says:

      Jen you can def use applesauce. It’s delish!

      • Lesley says:

        I made these and my kids loved them, but the second time I made them I added a banana, works great and it’s tasty :)

        • kathie says:

          I made pumpkin banana oatmeal cookies and they were great. I replaced the sugar with Stevie and some brown sugar and honey. They were wonderful. Afterwards I decided to cut them in forth as pumpkin bites because they are rich though not overly sweet. Are also great for breakfast bites.

    • alice says:

      Subbing a liquid for a solid will definitely affect set up. Prob use less of another liquid if you use some liquid sweetner

  5. Natalie says:

    I saw this and was so hoping it had real pumpkin in it. That would make a healthy breakfast “cookie”! Maybe I’ll try it that way.

    • Jenny says:

      I was hoping so too! If you try it, please post results!

      • Nancy says:

        I am going to try these asap! You know that, logically speaking, using pumpkin in the recipe “should work” in place of part, or all of, the peanut butter in the original recipe because the base is essentially the same as regular no bakes except for using brown sugar in there as part of the base. I think that I would also use the pudding mix because it is what would help flavor and “set” the cookie up. What a wonderful idea for pumpkin!

    • Mary says:

      I did make this recipe, adding 1/3 cup canned pumpkin to it, as no store around me had the pumpkin pudding mix. It made the cookies a little gooier that I like, but they eventually set up fine. Next time I will reduce the milk slightly to offset the extra moisture from the canned pumpkin.

  6. Melissa says:

    I am not one for making home baked cookies, however I too love pumpkin and these looked easy and delicious! I made these cookies this morning and have a few suggestions. I followed the recipe, however the cookies are overbearingly sweet! Since the instant pumpkin spice pudding mix has sugar in it, I don’t believe you need 1.5 cups of white sugar and .5 cups of brown sugar. Since I’m not sure which sugar was the issue, I suggest you begin the recipe by melting the butter and milk and then add the pudding mix. Taste the mixture and if you believe you need more sugar, then add it by taste test. Or begin with only 0.5 cups of white sugar and 1/3 to 1/4 brown sugar.

    Oatmeal cookies are typically not this sweet and I feel it’s also too much sugar for children. I am a huge lover of sweets and even this was too much for me. If I make it again by switching it up a bit, I’ll be more then happy to let you know how it came out!

    • Kelly says:

      Thanks for the tips Melissa!

      • Melissa says:

        I made the cookies again without the white sugar and with much less brown sugar. Once I added the pudding mixture, the ingredients never did quite mix together. I’m not sure what the issue was, but I ended up baking them for 15 minutes.

        • Kimberly says:

          I wondered about pulling the sugar out, and how they would set. The sugar being boiled and then cooling again is what helps the cookies set up, like making fudge. Without the sugar, nothing is left to set up the cookies. Great idea about baking them though.

        • Kathy says:

          Boiling the sugar mixture is what allows tne cookies to harden while cooling down. You need the sugar

        • Holly says:

          you can remove the brown sugar, but without the white it does not ever set up hard enough. Maybe you can do it with 1 cup of sugar, but I do not think you can omit it all

        • Starr says:

          The sugar is important. Boiling it causes it to caramelize and aids in setting up. If you boil too long they are crumbly. Not boiled long enough causes them to be runny. I don’t know about substituting honey or applesauce since boiling them will not help in set up.

        • Shelle says:

          Try raw organic or organic coconut sugar

        • Dacia says:

          My thinking with the sugar, is if you use the sugar free vanilla pudding with the extra pumpkin pie spice that would help eliminate much of the added sugar. I never use real sugar pudding anymore. Just an idea!

    • lori says:

      use sugar-free pudding then, you have to have sugar for it to set up. No bakes are sweet that is just the way they are.

    • Julie says:

      Hi Melissa, I know your thread is two years old but thought I would reply because I just made this recipe and I completely agree. WAY too much sugar. I boiled the mixture for two minutes at a rolling boil once it began and the cookie end result seems kind of grainy and way too sweet :( I’m really disappointed as I was so excited to make them. I’m going to pawn them off on my husband’s co-workers as they love whatever he brings in! :)

  7. SUSAN says:

    I am going to make these but can’t use the pudding mix because it has hydrogenated oils in it and I won’t eat that or feed it to my family. To make anything a pudding, just use modified corn starch and I’ll try the real pumpkin also.


    Non Fat Milk, Water, Sugar, Modified Corn Starch, Vegetable Oil (contains one or more of the following: Palm Oil, Partially Hydrogenated Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil), Cocoa (Processed with Alkali), Less than 2% of: Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Artificial Flavors, Color Added. CONTAINS: MILK

  8. Lori says:

    I just made these using the advice of Melissa. I used 1/2 cup white and 1/4 cup brown sugar. I used sugar free cheesecake flavored pudding (what I had on hand) and extra pumpkin pie spice. They turned out great! Yum!

  9. Jennifer says:

    I made these and they were very good. I used 1 cup of white sugar vs. the full amount and will probably use a little less next time. I was just curious if I did something wrong because they were soft and not did not harden at all hardly. Are they supposed to be that soft and mushy? Taste was good but the texture surprised me. Thanks for your insight.

    • Melissa says:

      I think the consistency has something to do with the sugars because I had the same issue the second go around (when I cut out all that sugar). I baked the second batch to harden them.

    • Kitty says:

      Alot depends on the temperature outside. To much humidity and they will not set correctly, they will be soft and kind of mushy, sticky.

  10. Mary Ann says:

    On the standard no bake chocolate oatmeal cookies, you can get the hardening just the way you want it if you want to do the soft or hard ball test. Put a drop of the boiling ingredients in cold water and keep testing until it is hard ball. Brown sugar makes it softer than white. Sometimes I will make them softer but it is harder to execute.
    I tend to want the pumpkin in there too, will have to work on that…

  11. Kailyn says:

    I saw one of the other posters said that they were a little too sweet for them… I’m a beginning no-baker, so this might be a stupid question, but do you think you could eliminate some of the sugar and substitute some flour instead?

    • lisa says:

      I am not sure how the sub of flour would make the consistency of the cookie turn out. If you experiment with it – please let us know your results!

      • Linda says:

        I have a fudge recipe that uses flour and graham crackers, so i think it could work. I’m curious about the measurements. I never saw amounts written like that before. The bottom line is what counts.

    • Kathy says:

      Not flour but maybe a little cornstarch mixture

    • Starr says:

      No.no bake cookies don’t use flour. You can decrease the amount of sugar but don’t add flour. The sugar, boiled properly, caramelized and sets up the cookies. Boiled too long they are crumbly. Not boiled long enough they are runny or too soft.

  12. Amber says:

    Hi Lisa!

    I was super excited to find your recipes as I love no bakes but my kids are allergic to peanut butter. I was thrilled to see this recipe did not require any type of nut butter. I made these today and they are a wonderful fall treat. would you mind if I shared this on my blog as long as I posted a link back to this link?

    Amber Mullins

  13. Lauren says:

    After reading the comments about the trials and tribulations regarding the sugar, I tried this recipe last night with honey to see if I could have any luck.
    I completely left out the 1.5 cups of white sugar and just boiled the butter, brown sugar, & milk (I used vanilla flavored almond milk for more natural sweetness & flavor)
    After adding the pudding mix (I used french vanilla pudding mix with 2 tsp of pumpkin pie spice), I added about 2 tablespoons of honey. I mixed that well together before adding in the oats and everything hardened & held together perfectly!!
    The cookies are to die for – just the right amount of sweetness and a little healthier than using white sugar. I will definitely be making many more of these with honey!

    • Terry says:

      Perfect! Thank you!!

    • Tiffany says:

      How much honey did you use? Did you use 1.5C to replace the sugar or less? I was looking at the recipe and as much of a sweet tooth as I have it just looked like way too much sugar even for me. Plus I’d love to send some with my kids in their lunch boxes.

  14. Jessica Foster says:

    I tried making these, following the directions exactly, and mine never hardened. They are just a bowl of mush??? Are you suppose to prepare the pudding mix?? I just dumped the package in. Just wondering what I could have possibly done wrong??

    • lisa says:

      No – you don’t make the pudding per the package directions. The cookie should harden after you have placed them on the waxed paper and let them cool.

    • Leslie says:

      That is just the way of no-bake cookies. If it is humid out boil them longer or use a candy thermometer to gauge the cooking time. After a batch or two you get a knack for it. Unless your my daughter and then no-bakes are off limits!

  15. Frankie says:

    I made these and though they are a bit sweeter than my family likes, we still loved them! We would eat just one and then wait awhile before we ate another! So maybe that is a good thing! Now that I want to make more, I can’t find the pudding. Problem with living in a small town is not being able to find all the ingredients you want, or once found, may never find them agaiin! LOL!

  16. Becky says:

    If you use the pumpkin spice pudding mix do you also add the 1 tsp. of pumpkin pie spice or can this be omitted?

  17. Emily says:

    Lauren, when you substituted with honey, how much did you use? Still the 1.5 cup in lieu of white sugar?

    • Lauren says:

      I only used about 2-3 tablespoons of honey because it’s much more concentrated than white sugar. Just that little bit helped hold everything together nicely in lieu of the sugar, I had no trouble with the cookies hardening.

    • renee says:

      Can I use pumpkin from a can and omit something else??

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  19. Bethany says:

    Made tonight and used Lauren’s substitution of honey! Hubby said really good! Planning on giving them to my sister-in-law when they stop by with our niece. I like to give them something besides only candy. Thank you for sharing!

  20. Brandi says:

    Is there a way to substitute real pumpkin instead of the pudding mix? I am a beginner baker, but would love to make these with what I have on hand without going back to the grocery.

    • lisa says:

      Brandi – I am not sure how substituting real pumpkin instead of the pudding mix will turn out. IF you do try it – we would love to hear how it works!

  21. Renee says:

    I made these tonight and they are very good! I used honey instead of the sugar and they turned out delicious.

    {Also, jello brand pumpkin spice pudding mix does not contain milk or any hydro oils so you may have been looking at a different brand}

  22. Carrie says:

    I don’t think boiling for only 2 minutes is enough. I had to toss an entire batch because they didnt set. When I have made no bakes in the past, I have always boiled for 3 minutes. Maybe shoot for a longet boil if I make them again.

    • Don B says:

      I always use a thermometer when making no bakes,you must heat the sugar mixture to 230 degrees or the cookies will not set.

    • cookingmamaw says:

      I love these, but I never boil the mixture for more than 1 minute. I have a gas stove and if I boil it for the required time, the cookies crystalize. I wait for the mixture around the edges, not in the center, to get a good boil going and then time it for 1 minute. Also, I don’t use the brown sugar at all. I use 2 c. white sugar. Absolutely delicious and perfect every time. I’m wondering if the gas stove has anything to do with it.

      • Leslie says:

        Your method is very true to the traditional chocolate no-bake cookie. I have never boiled over 1 min either but you do have to get a good rolling boil before starting the timer.

  23. Barb says:

    Usually no bake cookies depend on cooking time & mixing after removing from heat. Some rec. tell you exact min to stir the mixture. almost like a fudge. Also there is no peanut butter to mix in that adds time to mixing ingredients. The honey addition sound the way to go 2 cup of sugars is just over the top to me.

  24. Maxa says:

    I have had trouble with no bakes setting if I used a sugar blend instead of regular sugar.

  25. Maureen says:

    what is the measurement for the brown sugar. You have 0.5 cups.
    Thank you

  26. Lisa Dever says:

    Melissa, these look delicious and I can’t wait to make them. I make a pie with the Pumpkin Spice instant pudding. Use a pkg of the pudding, 1/2 cups milk, 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice. Whisk together. Then fold in an 8 oz carton of Cool Whip (I use Light Cool Whip). Pour into a graham cracker shell and refrigerate at least 2 hours to set up.

  27. Amber says:

    My boys & I just made these. I subbed vanilla pudding mix & (homemade) pumpkin pie spice-because that’s what I had on hand. Super easy & the kids love them. Thanks for the great recipe!

  28. Machelle says:

    TIP: If you ever try to make these on a cloudy or rainy day they will not set up.(typically they are the same concept as making candy or caramel popcorn). You might try cooking them longer. Just an FYI

  29. Cora says:

    Can you use pumpkin puree instead of the pudding?

    • lisa says:

      I would sub a different flavor of pudding. I am not sure if they would set up without the pudding. However if you do try it – let us know how it works!

  30. Talua says:

    Any suggestions if they have completely cooled and have not hardened? I followed the recipe exactly how it says. Thanks

  31. Robin says:

    I found the pumpkin pudding at Big Lots…

  32. Kathleen says:

    How do you think banana pudding would work as that is all I have. Thanks

  33. Kellie says:

    0.66 to what cup?


  34. Carla says:

    Is there a sugar free substitute that works for these? My husband is a diabetic or does it not work with sweetners?

    • Kelly says:

      Carla these are definitely a sugary treat. I am working on a paleo version right now but they still will have maple syrup in them.

  35. Russ says:

    This can also be made with any instant flavor, just don’t add the pumpkin spice to it. My kids love these with Butterscotch flavor. I have found that parchment paper works better.

  36. Melissa says:

    The reason everyone has issues with the cookies not hardening has to do with the cook time. It is extremely important the ingredients are boiled for 2 minutes, or until they reach the soft ball stage. The heat changes the chemical structure and allows the cookies to set up. Don’t add flour unless you plan to bake them.
    Hope this all helps!

  37. Mallory says:

    I’m so excited to make these. I’m curious what the shelf life is? If I make them tonight or tomorrow night for a Saturday tailgate, do you think they will last and taste as good? Just curious……

  38. Lucy says:

    I made these with half the sugar boiled three min. And used white chocolate pudding. They turned out great.

  39. sheila says:

    what is white sugar ? is it different than regular granulated sugar ?

  40. Beckie says:

    I want to make these really bad but cannot figure out the measurements even with the chart!! Please help!! Thank you.

    • Katie says:

      Hi Beckie! You can just convert the decimals into fractions. For example, 1.5 cups is 1 and 1/2 cups. 0.67 is 2/3. Does that help some?

    • Barbara Miller says:

      1 1/2 cups white sugar
      1/2 cup brown sugar
      3/4 cup butter
      2/3 cup milk
      1 (3.4 oz) box instant pumpkin spice pudding mix (if you can’t find sub vanilla pudding & 1 TBSP pumpkin pie spice)
      3 1/2 cups quick cooking oats
      1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
      1 tsp vanilla extract

  41. Susan says:

    Well…I tried it with pureed pumpkin…about 1/2 cup. I used the same amts of milk,butter,vanilla,pudding,oats, and spice, 1/2 C sugar, 1/4 C brown sugar,and 1 TBSP of honey. I did boil it to 210 degrees by candy thermometer, although I think 200 would have been sufficient. It set up well…I thought they were going to be too crumbly..but no, they were fine.

  42. Lisa Hiscock says:

    These are awesome ,Every one love them. Thanks for share them.

  43. Pam Begoske says:

    Can you tell me what .66 cups milk is in oz? Thank you

  44. Charla says:

    I know it says to use quick cooking oats. but if you don’t have them and only the old fashion do you think it will make a difference?

  45. Carol says:

    Mine tasted sugary for some reason after they set up and cooled, other than that I loved them!

  46. Liz says:

    Made these using Jello pudding, Cheesecake flavor. Delicious tasting – however, they did not set up very well (rainy day!). Seemed to be too much butter – chocolate no bakes have only 1/2 C. Next time I will reduce the butter to 1/2 C.

  47. Pam says:

    Since I’ve been recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetics, I’ve been searching for recipes … This was a great one! Substitute stevia for sugars and use sugarfree pudding! Yum!

  48. Chrys Meatyard says:

    It helps to use a cast iron skillet versus a saucepan. You have to let the mixture rest for 5 minutes because it takes time for the oats to absorb the liquid…the mixture gets thicker the longer it rests, thus, the cookies set up better. Use unsalted butter, not margarine. They are yummy!

  49. Mary says:

    Made these using Jello vanilla pudding and pumpkin pie spice. I cut the white sugar to 1 cup and followed the recipe except boiled the mixture for 3 minutes. Set up fine and taste yummy!

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  52. linda says:

    Okay — if you get sidetracked and return to find a “firmed up” mess; don’t panic, just warm up in microwave and then add some additional milk and stir up real well until you get a shiny mixture. Then drop onto wax paper! Mine are perfect after setting-up overnight — I started making late in the day.

  53. Ena says:

    These are fantastic!!!! I wanted to make extra but I didn’t have another vanilla pudding mix so I decided to make it with chocolate pudding mix and let me tell you it’s DELICIOUS!!! had issues with them sitting properly because of high humidity.

  54. Do you need 1 tsp. Pumpkin pie spice plus 1 tbl. Pump. Pie spice also?

    • Lisa says:

      If you are substituting a vanilla pudding mix for the pumpkin pudding mix – you will need to add 1 Tbsp extra of pumpkin pie spice. If you are using the pumpkin pudding mix, you will only need the 1 tsp.

  55. Tena says:

    I have never made “No Bake” cookies before and wondered about the milk. Is it possible to use either dried reconstituted milk or canned evaporated milk or coconut milk? My hubby is allergic to fresh milk.
    Thank you

  56. sharon says:

    Has anyone tried using pumpkin butter??

  57. Morgan says:

    Can you substitute the butter for fat free yogurt? Or something else less fattening? And use real pumpkin instead of pudding? Thanks!

  58. Reba says:

    How much milk in oz. Please.

  59. Kitty says:

    Where is the oatmeal? The recipe I see has none??

  60. Shari says:

    What can be substituted for instant pudding? I don’t use instant because of all the chemicals. Thanks!!!

  61. Judy Ann says:

    To those people who are concerned about all the sugar, etc.: ‘No-bake cookies’ are really more of a candy (think fudge) than a cookie. (They are definitely not like a traditional oatmeal raisin cookie.) And, as others have said, the white sugar is necessary to get them to set up. I have not made these pumpkin ones yet (but I plan to!), but I have eaten/made the chocolate ones for 55 years. I use old-fashioned oats in mine. I like the texture, and the feeling that they are slightly more healthy. I would like to try adding actual pumpkin to this recipe. Can’t wait to try them!

    • Stephanie says:

      Thanks for this information. Planning on making these but was completely expecting a cookie result! Good to know this now so I can adjust my expectations rather than be upset at the results. What are your thoughts about the humidity factor? Many have said not to make on rainy or humid days….maybe I should just wait….

      • Lisa says:

        Stephanie – I have found with any no bake, that the more humidity, the more issues I do tend to have with them setting up.

    • Beverly says:

      Do you add pudding mix dry or do you follow directions on pudding box?

  62. lori barnes says:

    hi I make original no bake cookies with the unsweetened cocoa was wondering can I take out the cocoa and add the pumpkin pie spice and make them that way?

  63. crin says:

    I did not find pumpkin pudding mix. Then realize I was out of pumpkin spice, so I made real pumpkin spice with cinnamon, ginger, and cloves. SO GOOD!! Such a delicious fall twist that I never would have thought of on my own.

  64. Juel says:

    I am waiting for someone to offer up an answer to Shari’s question. I too don’t use instant pudding because of the non natural ingredients. Any ideas? Thanks!

  65. lori barnes says:

    I want to know if I can make regular no bake cookies and omit the 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa for pumpkin pie spice and do I use 2 tsps? I am definitely making these from your recipe today!!

  66. Dawn Truex says:

    Has anyone used almond milk?

  67. Karina says:

    You will get better result if you use pure cane sugar. That goes for any time you make confections. I can’t explain the chemistry, but pure cane sugar works much better. The candy or confection will set up better than if you use the other kind of sugar.

  68. Trey says:

    I couldn’t find the pumpkin pudding either so I used coconut cream pudding and omitted the pumpkin pie spice. They were incredible!

  69. Norma says:

    Can you use a pumpkin spice cookie mix for the pudding mix?

    • Lisa says:

      Norma – I don’t think a cookie mix would set up like the pudding mix does, however if you do try it we would love to hear how it works!

  70. Rosie says:

    Can the milk be substituted with almond milk?

  71. Eric gibson says:

    Not a huge fan of pumpkin but what sounds delish to me is either a vanilla or caramel no bake.any ideas on a recipe for that. I’m truly a beginner.

  72. Angelica says:

    How long does it usually take to set and become cookie-like? I followed all the directions to the letter and it’s been about half an hour but they’re still soft and tacky. Did I do something wrong?

  73. DIANNA HARTY says:

    being a not very bright 73 yr old, I don`t know how to convert the amounts that are shown in the receipe. could they be put in u.s.a. measures? would greatly like it. thank you, this great grandma wants to make them.

  74. teresa says:

    Just wondering if anyone knows if I could use coconut sugar in place of both the white and brown sugars? Has anyone tried yet?

  75. mary cox says:

    can u use margarine

  76. Ronee S says:

    Im really looking frwd to making these. From reading all the comments,& being an RN, I plan to use raw coconut sugar, sugar in raw or bown sugar & Honey. With mult concerns about healthy alternatives, surpried no one mentioned coconut oil for butter. Has anyone had any success with this sub? When mixed with others, often, my fam doesnt seem to mind. We dont use butter much anymore. Thx in advance for any results/suggestions with this heart healthy sub:)

  77. Loree Wehrly says:

    I made these, they are yummy, but too sweet…all I can taste is sugar and the spices. I don’t taste pumpkin at all. Next time, I will use canned pumpkin instead of the pudding.

  78. Jess says:

    Delicious!!! These were such a hit at my friends birthday party!! Thank you! I would like to play around to add some more pumpkin flavor but overall easy and yummy!!! Linked to my blog! :)


  79. Jennifer Olney says:

    Awesome recipe. Once I figureout the measurements. Lol

  80. Patty says:

    These cookies tasted wonderful but were sticky. What do you recommend?

  81. Carol says:

    I am sorry. I love pumpkin, but I thought these were terrible! I looked back to make sure I used the right ingredients and I did. I thought they were terrible, didn’t even taste like pumpkin! I would say don’t even try. Really. );

  82. Michelle says:

    These look amazing. My daughter loves no-bakes, and anything pumpkin. I can’t wait to try these.

  83. Janet says:

    I am so excited to try these. If you make them on a rainy day and they are too soft—pop them in the freezer. Then set how many you are wanting to eat—a few minutes before to thaw a little—otherwise they are hard as hockey pucks.

  84. Jenna says:

    These are delicious! My kids, family, and co-workers gobbled them up. Had to make a second batch the next day!

  85. Janice says:

    Why do you have so many pages print out instead of just the recipe?

  86. susan says:

    I made these last week and they were ahead at a benefit dinner.now I want to make them again but I do not have quick oats all I have are old fashioned oats can I use those instead

    • Lisa says:

      Susan – I have definitely used old fashioned oats in a pinch when I have been out of quick oats. They are a little chewier – but still delish!

  87. susan says:

    I mean a hit

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