No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies Recipes

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No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe

Most of us don’t want to bake in the heat of summer, but the kids still need cookies and lots of them. Here are some cookies recipes that even the kids can make or at least help making. Try this No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe and these other cheap and easy summer treat ideas for kids! They’ll make life easier and are kid approved!

No Bake Peanut Butter Cookies Recipe

Ritz crackers
Peanut butter
Chocolate almond bark

Spread peanut butter on a cracker and top with a second cracker. Melt the almond bark in the microwave and then dip crackers in the melted almond bark. Lay on wax paper.

Try spreading different things that sound good on the crackers like marshmallow fluff, Nutella, or even a combination of these.


Years ago when food was a lot more expensive and not nearly as plentiful, most people didn’t waste anything. People scraped every drop from the bowl and even 1-2 Tablespoons of leftovers were saved to use in some way, including leftover frosting. Often I will decorate something and have just a tiny bit of frosting remaining. This recipe is the perfect answer to that dilemma because it only needs a tiny bit of frosting.

Frosted Crackers

Spread any frosting on soda crackers for a treat the kids will love. These are so good you may find yourself opening a can of frosting just so you can make some. It is a great inexpensive snack to for when all those neighborhood kids are at your house and you need something fast and easy.

Butter and Jam Crackers

Spread regular soda crackers with a thin layer of butter. Then add your favorite jelly or jam.

I love doing this all the time. These aren’t only good in the summer. They’re also great with chili or soup in the winter. It is that salty, sweet taste we like so much. I have used peanut butter to in place of the butter – with or without the jam. It is a lifesaver when you are out of bread to add these to a meal.

Peanut Butter and White Corn Syrup

This is one of our favorites. Like the others, it is so good with chili or soup and I often eat this combination for my lunch.

Mix equal parts peanut butter and white corn syrup. Then spread on soda crackers. Sometimes, I use a little less syrup than peanut butter.


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  1. Tammy says

    Oh my goodness, does this bring back memories! My mom used to make home made chocolate frosting and frost graham crackers. She would have them and a cold glass of milk for each of us when we got home from school. I so miss those! Maybe I’ll make some for my son. Also, Mom used to mix peanut butter and pancake syrup or honey to serve on sandwiches with chili. Now I’m hungry 😉

    • says

      I think it is so interesting that sometimes we as moms do so many big fancy things for our kids sometimes but it is so often the little things that bring back fond memories. : )

    • Stacey says

      Gosh did the syrup and peanut butter mixed; bring back some good memories. When I was a kid; my granny used to mix Alaga Cane Syrup and peanut butter together and we would dip our biscuits or bread into it. Gosh it was good. I don’t think they sell Alaga Cane Syrup anymore; but I would love to get my hands on some of that stuff.

  2. says

    I made the no bake peanut butter cookies last night with graham crackers (it’s what I had on hand). They were a hit! Thanks for the great idea :)

  3. Amy says

    Peanut butter and honey mixed together is awesome on crackers or on bread. Loved this as a kid. Also love frosting on graham crackers.

  4. Mary Crabtree says

    My aunt made the peanut butter ritz dipped in white chocolate bark years ago and they were incredible! I like to make some white/some dark and some with crushed peppermint sprinkled on top–very festive for Christmas goodie gifts!

    • says

      I love that you wrote this. I try all the time to tell our readers that kids don’t usually remember the gourmet 9 course meals that a mom or grandma makes but the simple easy every day things and this is the perfect example of that.


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