E-Z Make Cookies by Stacey Antine, MS, RDN

Updated: Aug 7



We do eat cookies at HealthBarn USA! These energy-packed, no-bake, tasty treats are made with natural ingredients and are fun to make with friends.  (Because no oven is used, E-Z Make Cookies is the ideal recipe for kids to prepare without adult supervision.) 


Make a double-batch to prepare for your next snack-attack, and keep extras cool in the refrigerator (they taste even better chilled).


Ingredients:

1½ cups whole grain cereal* 1 cup natural creamy peanut butter ¼ cup honey ¼ cup + 2 tablespoons instant nonfat dry milk powder 2 tablespoons semisweet chocolate chips


Directions:

  1. In bowl, crush cereal into very small pieces. Add peanut butter, honey, dry milk, and chocolate chips.  With hand or spoon, mix together to form a ball.

  2. Scoop 1 heaping teaspoon of cereal mixture and roll into a 1-inch-round ball.  Repeat with remaining cereal mixture. Let set 10 minutes to firm up. If not eating right away, wrap and refrigerate up to 1 week.

Makes 18 servings (1 cookie per serving).


Nutrition Facts per serving: 130 calories; 8g fat (1g sat fat, 3g mono, 3g poly, 0g trans fats); 0mg cholesterol; 11g carbohydrate  (1g fiber, 6g sugar); 4g protein; 80mg sodium; 2% Daily Value (DV) vitamin A; 2% DV calcium; 4% DV iron.


* We used Cheerios for nutrition analysis.



Stacey Antine, MS, RD, author, Appetite for Life, founder, HealthBarn USA, Director of HealthBarn Foundation, co-host, and recognized as top 10 dietitians nationally by Today’s Dietitian magazine for her work with HealthBarn USA.


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