No Bake Edibles: Best Recipes

No Bake Edibles: Best Recipes

No Bake Edibles

Do you love to bake? What about cooking? If so, then no-bake edibles are not for you. These recipes require little time and skill, which makes them perfect for those with busy lives. In this blog post, we will introduce a few of our favorite no-bake edibles. We will also provide the recipe so that you can experiment on your own!
There is an abundance of recipes for no-bake edibles. A few of our favorites are No-Bake Brownies, Flourless Chocolate Cake, and Raspberry Cheesecake Squares with a pretzel crust. Below we will provide the recipe for each one so that you can try it yourself!
No-Bake Brownies: This recipe takes only five ingredients to make and requires just 15 minutes in the oven—a perfect addition to your busy schedule! Ingredients needed include old-fashioned oats, baking powder, cocoa powder, sugar substitute (such as Truvia or Splenda), and chocolate chips. And don’t forget the frosting made from cream cheese mixed with powdered sugar and vanilla extract!

No Bake Edibles: Best Recipes

1. Chocolate Chip Cookies

No-Bake Brownies: This recipe takes only five ingredients to make and requires just 15 minutes in the oven—a perfect addition to your busy schedule! Ingredients needed include old-fashioned oats, baking powder, cocoa powder, sugar substitute (such as Truvia or Splenda), and chocolate chips. And don’t forget the frosting made from cream cheese mixed with powdered sugar and vanilla extract!
Chocolate Chip Cookies: These delicious cookies take about 20+ minutes of prep time but are SO worth it – they’re our favorite cookie so we had no choice but to share them on this blog post. The best thing is that you can use any type of milk you like for these together with butter and an egg called all-purpose flour, which is just a fancy term for white flour.
For the frosting, you’ll need cream cheese and confectioners’ sugar as your main ingredients, then add in vanilla extract to give it that extra oomph. You can also use other colors of food coloring if you want too!
Oreo Cake: This cake recipe starts with a boxed chocolate cake mix which makes life SO much easier because all we had to do was throw everything together (including an egg), pour into our prepared pan, and bake at 325°F / 160°C for 30 minutes or until done – no complicated steps here!

2. No-Bake Brownies

Ingredients:

  • One cup unsalted butter
  • Three cups of sugar
  • One teaspoon salt, plus a pinch more for the top
  • Two teaspoons vanilla extract or clear imitation vanilla flavoring (or any other flavor you like)
  • Four eggs at room temperature. If using salted butter, add less to taste Note: The batter may also be made with vegetable shortening if desired instead of regular butter*
    Instructions: Preheat the oven to 350°F / 175°C and grease your pan(s). Mix together all ingredients until they’re light and fluffy. Pour into prepared pans – use mini muffin tins for small brownies that are perfect for on-the-go snacks!
  • Brownie Recipe from Oh She Glows: Preheat oven to 350°F / 175°C and grease your pan(s). Mix together all ingredients until they’re light and fluffy. Pour into prepared pans – use mini muffin tins for small brownies that are perfect for on-the-go snacks!
    Eggless Banana Bread Recipe by America’s Test Kitchen (AP):
    Preheat oven to 350°F / 175°C, butter or oil a loaf pan, and set aside. In a large bowl whisk together flour, sugar, baking soda, salt, cinnamon powder, and nutmeg powder; then make a well in the center of dry ingredients.

3. Rice Krispie Treats:

  • Rice Krispie Treats Recipe: Melt butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Add marshmallows and cook until they are melted, stirring often. Pour the mixture into your prepared pan(s) and let them sit to cool for about five minutes before cutting or breaking apart with a fork; then you can add toppings like chocolate chips and coconut flakes.
    Protip! Experiment with other cereals too – so far I’ve tried Cheerios (delicious), Cocoa Puffs (good), Cornflakes (not my favorite). You could also experiment with different nut butter if you’re not keen on peanut butter!
    Muddy Buddies Recipe by America’s Test Kitchen AP:
    Preheat oven to 250 degrees F.
    Place butter in a microwavable bowl and microwave for 30 seconds until melted. Stir in cereal, chocolate chips, marshmallows, rice crispies, oats, and pretzels; stir well to combine. Spread mixture evenly over an ungreased baking sheet. Bake for about 15 minutes or until golden brown around the edges but still chewy inside (stirring once halfway through). Let cool completely before serving; store at room temperature.

4. Fruit Jello Cups

Recipe by America’s Test Kitchen AP:
Mix together gelatin and cold water in a small bowl; let sit for about five minutes. Stir in boiling water, corn syrup, salt, and vanilla until the mixture is smooth. Chill 15 to 30 minutes or until slightly thickened but still pourable. Pour into muffin cups lined with plastic wrap or paper liners (about one-quarter cup of the liquid per cup). Freeze overnight after pressing fruit into the hardened center of each jello cup if desired. Remove from the freezer ten minutes before serving so that cups don’t crack when peeled away from the liner. Serve immediately with whipped cream on top (optional).
Apple Pie Jello Cups Recipe by The Domestic Rebel:
Preheat oven to 350

No Bake Edibles: Best Recipes

5. Peanut Butter Balls

Recipe:
Ingredients:

  • One cup smooth peanut butter
  • One tablespoon honey or maple syrup (optional)
  • Two tablespoons coconut oil, melted
  • About a teaspoon of vanilla extract (or other flavorings like cinnamon, cardamom, etc.) if desired. Optional but highly recommended! There are so many different flavors possible with this recipe! Add in fruit puree, add some spices to the mix and you have endless variations that are all delicious. Experiment with adding cayenne pepper for an extra kick or use brown sugar instead of white sugar if you want it not quite as sweet. I would say about ¾ cups is enough for one person out of two batches – which means most recipes will make a dozen.
  • Two cups of finely crushed pretzels (I use store-bought, but you can crush them in a food processor)
  • One bag of chocolate chips or one bar melted and chopped into small pieces
    Instructions:
    Grease an eight-inch by eight-inch pan with cooking spray and set aside. Melt the butter over low heat in a saucepan then add the peanut butter, honey/maple syrup (optional), vanilla extract if using it instead of other flavorings; mix well until everything is combined. Stir in half to three quarters cup mixture for each batch onto parchment paper on the baking sheet and spread out evenly as best as possible with greased hands or spatula – just don’t forget about the corners.
  • One cup of finely crushed cereal (I use store-bought, but you can crush them in a food processor)
  • Half teaspoon cinnamon or ginger powder; optional
    Instructions:
    Grease an eight-inch by eight-inch pan with cooking spray and set aside. Melt the butter over low heat in a saucepan then add the peanut butter, honey/maple syrup (optional), vanilla extract if using it instead of other flavorings; mix well until everything is combined. Stir in half to three quarters cup mixture for each batch onto parchment paper on the baking sheet and spread out evenly as best as possible with greased hands or spatula – just don’t forget about the corners. Add one tablespoonful of brown sugar, granulated sugar, or honey for each batch and sprinkle with crushed cereal – again I use store-bought (cereal is usually coated in fat to make them stop sticking together), but you can crush it up using a food processor.
  • Bake at 250 degrees Fahrenheit for twenty minutes.
  • Once cooled down they’re ready to eat!
    The best no-bake edibles are made from peanut butter, honey/maple syrup (optional), vanilla extract if using it instead of other flavorings; mix well until everything is combined. Stir in half to three quarters cup mixture for each batch onto parchment paper on the baking sheet and spread out evenly as best as possible with greased hands or spatula – just don’t forget about the corners.

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