These Peanut Butter S’more No Bake Cookies are a delight to eat and require just 6 ingredients. Plus, they take only a moment to make.
A 12-year-old kid created this recipe, which might be one of the reasons they’re so easy to make. In fact, this is all that goes into them: a peanut butter/corn syrup/sugar mixture, Golden Grahams cereal, white chocolate chips and marshmallows…so 6 ingredients, plus sprinkles.
Ready in 5 Minutes
Time is on your side with whipping up these blue ribbon winning cookies. You simply melt and mix the peanut butter, corn syrup and sugar together, then stir in the cereal, marshmallows and white chocolate chips. The last of 3 easy steps: drop them onto wax paper. That brings me to my only tip with this recipe. Have your wax paper lined tray(s) ready so you can do all steps at once and quickly. I made 20 larger sized cookies, but you could easily do these in smaller or bite-size portions and get 30-40 cookies out of them.
You are going to love the texture of these Peanut Butter S’more No Bake Cookies. You get a chewy crunch with every bite. That’s what I like most about these perhaps. That and the “peanut buttery-ness” (which I don’t think is a word, but if the shoe fits.) So yeah, I confess. I couldn’t stop pulling off bits and popping it in my mouth before these had even cooled off at all. Enjoy my fellow peanut butter lovers!
Recipe credit goes to Daniel Williams who won at the 2013 Arkansas State Fair, a sweet treat contest the makers of Karo corn syrup supported. One bite and you’ll know why it’s a winner.
Peanut Butter S’more No Bake Cookies
3/4 cup peanut butter
1 cup Karo Light corn syrup
1 cup granulated sugar
4 cups Golden Grahams cereal
1 1/2 cups mini marshmallows
1/2 cup white chocolate chips
1/2 (1.75 ounce) jar sprinkles (1/8 cup)
In large microwaveable bowl, combine peanut butter, corn syrup, and sugar. Microwave on high for about 1 1/2 minutes. Remove and stir until smooth. While still warm, fold in cereal, mini marshmallows, and white chocolate chips until well covered. Drop by heaping spoonful onto waxed paper. (Do all at once.) Top with sprinkles. Makes 20 large cookies.