Monday, January 7, 2013

No Bake Mochaccino Cookies

I was supposed to share this recipe last week, but things got super busy.  Hubby and I received notice for some new showings on our house, so we were scrambling around getting the house clean and doing some redecorating.  We keep crossing our fingers that our house will sell soon.  The sooner it sells, the sooner we can move to warmer weather.



I was looking to whip up some no bake cookies with ingredients I already had in the pantry.  This recipe was inspired by Nutella No-Bake Cookies by What Katie's Baking and Parents Magazine Chocolate Marshmallow Meltaways.


It just requires a little stove top boiling and some decorative prepping.  Or you can just eat it straight out of the pot and save some time.

If you like chocolate and cappuccinos you will love these and the intoxicating scent that it brings to your kitchen.
If you didn't eat this straight out of the pot then you can just scoop the mix onto a wax paper  with a cookie scoop.

Then once they have set after a minute or so, just make a dent in the middle.   I used a teaspoon scoop to make the dent.
Fill in the middle with fluff and drizzle with caramel.  Done.  Now you can take a bite of this soft chewy, gooey, decadent mocha cappuccino treat.  Oh yeah!  It's that good.



No Bake Mochaccino Cookies

by The Sweet Chick
Prep Time: 15-20 minutes
Cook Time: 1 minute
Keywords: no bake dessert snack mocha cappuccino spread quick oats marshmallow fluff caramel cookie 















Ingredients (30 cookies)
    For the cookies
    • 1 cup sugar
    • 4 tablespoons cocoa
    • 8 tablespoons (1 stick) butter
    • 1/2 cup milk
    • 1 cup Jif Mocha Cappuccino flavored Hazelnut Spread
    • 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
    • 3 cups quick oats
    For the filling
    • 3/4 cup marshmallow fluff
    For the topping
    • 1/4 cup caramel/ caramel topping
    Instructions
    For the cookies
    Place sugar, cocoa, butter and milk in a medium saucepan and bring to a boil over medium heat.
    Boil for 1 minute.
    Remove from stove top and add Jif spread, vanilla and oats. Mix until all incorporated.
    Using a cookie scoop, drop by scoopful onto wax paper and let set for 1-2 minutes.
    Make a well in the middle of the cookies with your finger or the back of a teaspoon scoop.
    For the filling
    Place approximately 1 to 1 1/2 teaspoons of fluff into each cookie well. The fluff will settle and become smooth by itself.
    Place cookies in fridge for 5 to 10 minutes (while you clean up).
    For the topping
    Place caramel/caramel topping in a ziplock bag with tip cut off and drizzle over each cookie (or just dip a fork in the caramel and wave it back and forth over the cookies.)
    Now take a bite!
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    21 comments:

    1. What a great idea for a no-bake cookie! I'd love a couple of these right now!
      I hope you are able to get your house sold soon!

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    2. Oh my... yum! Love these. Does the marshmallow and caramel dry or stay tacky and soft? I wonder if these would be good for a bake sale.
      Thanks so much for linking up at Two-Cup Tuesday! See ya again next week!

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      1. They stay tacky and soft. You can put less of them if you want them to be less messy.

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    3. Carole,
      These look scrumptious! I've been wanting to try the different mocha spreads, now I have a reason! Your photography is beautiful! I use the same method of well making when I make my thumbprint cookies, lol. Nothing makes a better well than a teaspoon :) Thanks for linking up to Creative Thursday this week. Have a great weekend :)
      Michelle

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      1. I do try to link up every week, but sometimes I just run out of time. I will try again next week.

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    4. Carole,

      These cookies look amazingly delicious! I am looking forward to trying this :) Thanks for sharing.

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    5. These look amazing!! I'd love how easy they are - such a great idea :)

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      1. Thanks. Do you have any more Banana Snack Cake? I'd love a piece.

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    6. Those look incredible! WOW :)

      Stopping by from Two Cup Tuesday - pinned to share.

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    7. Oh my word these look amazing. Congrats on your TK feature :)

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    8. WOW! WOW! I'm not even wild about marshmallow, but love all the other flavors here and know I would scarf these down in no time. WOW!

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    9. These look SO good! Glad I found you today from Chocolate, Chocolate, and more Chocolate!:)

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    10. this looks SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO yummy im going to the store right now hahahaha way to kick a sweet tooth yum maybe ill make some when my son gets home he would love em the little chocoholic gets it from me

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    11. Ooo these look divine! Thanks for sharing them with me in the OBC Facebook group. I'll be using these in my no bake post!

      Julie @ This Gal Cooks

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