No-Bake Fudgy Coconut Cookies
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + chilling
I do not know if oats, in fact, have gluten although I believe they do. Some oats do not say gluten free because the machinery in the factory where they are cut have also been used for other ingredients that have gluten. I learned this by contacting the Quaker Oats Co. Check the packaging. Bob's Red Mill has "gluten free" oats. It is noted right on the package. I found the size of the oats to be larger than quick oats. I just plused them in a food processor until they were smaller for my intended recipe and they were great.
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Would there be any difference if you used 1% milk?
Haven't made them yet but will give it a try. They look great. I love chocolate and coconut. For the person who is concerned about oats not being gluten free. I get mine at Trader Joe's and they are definitely gluten free as are the ones at Earth Fare, Whole Foods and even at Kroger and Walmart. Don't miss out on a really healthy and delicious food because of gluten because everywhere I buy them they are gluten free.
Didn't work for me. The cookie came out runnier than it should be and the white chocolate drizzle burnt and didn't melt.
I'm not sure why the first response was about gluten in oatmeal, but there is DEFINITELY gluten in oatmeal! I haven't had it in 25 yrs because I've had Celiac that long!!
There is NO GLUTEN in Oatmeal.
made these the other day...so easy and so good!
Really good cookie. I'd made a variation of these before, but my old recipe had no coconut. I added extra oats to make the cookie stiffer; that's what I'd done with my old recipe so I knew it would work fine for these. The extra oats is the key to the stiffer, less sticky cookie, although they do need to be kept refrigerated.
These were great, but need to stay chilled or they start to get sticky. They are simple enough that my 6 year old was able to make these mostly by herself. We put some mini marshmallows in and used crunchy peanut butter. I didn't have any wax paper, but they popped right off of a glass baking dish.