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« on: August 03, 2005 08:53:48 PM »

has anyone tried the oat fudge bars they have at starbucks?  they are heavenly...  Wink  does anyone have a recipe for them, or something similar to them?

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« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2005 06:35:13 PM »

I don't frequent Starbucks, but I have a no bake fudge oatmeal peanut butter cookie recipe that Is my favorite cookie in the entire world and maybe it is similar.

 No-Bake Fudge Cookies


2 cups sugar
1/2 cup soy milk (or cow milk - whatever)
1/3 cup cocoa
1/4 cup margarine (or cow butter)
1/2 cup peanut butter
1 cup of dry coconut flakes (I used sweetened - what the heck)
1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 1/2 cups oatmeal

melt sugar, milk and cocoa on medium - low heat until it starts to boil and sugar is completly melted (not grainy)
remove from heat
quickly add remaining ingredients
mix well
drop onto wax paper (finish dropping cookies - do not leave in pan to do later when you feel like it - - it will harden in the pan and will be a giant cookie - - mmm that would be good!)
cool on counter for about 1 hour or check every 5 minutes like I did to see if cookie doesn't crumble - if it does eat those pieces and wait another 5 minutes and repeat.

« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2005 10:28:49 AM »

Yum, no bake cookies.  This recipe has been in my family longer than I have.  I think my great grandmother used to make them.  My recipe is almost exactly like yours, although mine states that you should boil it 1 minute "by the clock."  Also be sure to use a large enough pan.  If you ever boil this stuff over on your stove, you will never make that mistake again.  You can also leave out the coconut if you don't like it. 
« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2005 02:48:37 PM »

do not feed these to 18-25yo skater guys during a big show and skate competition. i made the mistake once, they turned into little devils, jumped around on tables everywhere and left me (and, strangely enough, the one guy who didnt eat any) to work the booth for most of the day/evening.

p.s: they got hyper because of how unbelievably sweet these are! when i make them for me i use half the sugar.
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« Reply #4 on: August 05, 2005 03:06:35 PM »

lolakey, this looks pretty similar to the starbucks ones, thanks!  Smiley i will be sure not to boil it over or feed it to 18-25yo skater guys.

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