No Bake Butterscotch Cookies Recipe

No Bake Butterscotch Cookies Recipe

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  1. Kevin Sisseck says:


  2. Amy Lynn's Kitchen says:

    Thanks so much for writing in and for the thumbs up!!! I appreciate it more
    than you know! :-) These cookies are incredibly easy to make and perfect
    for summer. I pray you and your dear daughter will like these. They are
    sweet cookies, but really good! Hugs and blessings to you and your family!

  3. Betty's Kitchen says:

    I’m so glad to see you back in the kitchen, Amy! I *love* the recipe; I’ve
    never seen it before, but it looks so good and also fun to make! Your
    bloopers are super cute today! Love you, Amy, –Betty :)

  4. Sandra Teager says:

    Sounds great! Bloopers as priceless as always! XD

  5. Dr Johnny P LoveTrain says:

    Love The New Recipe! Love Butterscotch! I LOVE YOU!

  6. Rick Quevy says:

    awesome love the bloopers

  7. Keoki Cook says:

    Can you use almond or coconut milk with this recipe?

  8. Amy Lynn's Kitchen says:

    Thank you so much my dear friend! How have you been? I pray all is well
    your way! Hugs and blessings…

  9. tjmilliner1011 says:

    Welcome back my dear…missed you :-P

  10. lalastar0002 says:

    These look really really yummy! I love butterscotch and I think these will
    be amazing! :D

  11. KasCooks says:

    Doorbell! We know you have cookies in there!

  12. Sandra Teager says:

    Always welcome! =) Hehe…i always enjoy your bloopers–so unique! XD A
    great day is wished to you too! ♥

  13. BunnyDrops says:

    Yummmmm….. gotta try this one too. Ding Dong…Avon calling? LOL I am
    making your popcorn cauliflower for eats tonite as a treat for the kids
    coming for supper. Tax time… we have procrastinated till the last minute
    again. Midnite is zero hour. Not that it will make any difference… not
    much of a refund for us. Maybe even have to pay them more. Grrrrrr Talk to
    you soon eh? Luv Bonnie

  14. Elvis66 says:

    welcome back, Amy!! sure did miss your videos. Glad to see you again and
    hope your Mama gets well. going to have to try these for Mothers Day!!

  15. Mark Whitmore says:

    I was starting to wonder if you had disappeared! Nice to see your smile. ;)

  16. Peggy Lee Kight says:


  17. Fatima RTY says:

    do you have to use coacoa powder

  18. Bronte Janae says:

    Instead of honey I used coconut sugar disolved with agave sugar. Used
    hazelnuts instead of almonds. Used coconut milk instead of milk. Added
    unsweetened coconut. And used 2 dates to moisten it up . and added cocoa
    nibs instead of chocolate chips. Waaaay less carbs and calories . oh and I
    used natural cranberry peanut butter instead of regular natural peannut

  19. Peter Piper says:

    I make these using coconut palm sugar syrup that I make myself. Coconut
    palm sugar is only a 1 on the glycemic index… WAY lower than honey or any
    other sweetener except stevia. And who wants bitter stevia cookies, right?

  20. SugarHoneyKisses says:

    Use a wooden spoon. The way ur leaving that silicone spatula in a hot bowl,
    ur contaminating ur food with chemicals.= cancer

  21. Carolina Alii says:

    I just made them with my family, and they are delishous

  22. jewel p says:

    is it all right if I take out the almonds and use aguave instead of honey

  23. Meg SmartieAndSteveo says:

    Yum! looks awesome! :) 

  24. Disizanewme S says:

    Organic grass-fed butter is a healthy fat, but I love coconut oil as well,
    because it is also a healthy fat. Those look yummy, thanks for the

  25. Paige Elder says:

    Is she from Alabama or Georgia? 

  26. daylanrayne says:

    No-Bake Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Oatmeal Cookies

    Yield: 2 to 3 dozen cookies

    Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cooling Time: 30 minutes

    ½ cup (1 stick) butter
    2 cups granulated sugar
    ½ cup milk–cows milk only
    4 tablespoons cocoa powder
    ½ cup peanut butter
    2 teaspoons vanilla extract
    3 cups quick-cooking oats

    1. Add the first four ingredients (through the cocoa powder) to a 4-quart

    2. Bring to a rolling boil and let boil for 1 minute.

    3. Remove from heat.

    4. Stir in the peanut butter and vanilla until smooth, then stir in the

    5. Drop by heaping tablespoons onto wax paper-lined baking sheets.

    6. Let cool until set.

    We Southerners actually invented them so if your gonna to make make the
    right way

  27. nancy morsen says:

    Thank you for sharing your recipe ingredients. They sound yummy!

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