Three no-bake desserts

Three no-bake desserts

German Chocolate NILLA Sandwiches

Ingredients:

 

      Nilla Wafers

      ½ cup canned sweetened condensed milk

      1 cup toasted sweetened flaked coconut

      2 tablespoon - toasted, sweetened, flaked coconut (extra)

      ½  cup melted frozen topping

      Chopped Pecans

      Melted semi-sweet baking chocolate

 

Preparation:

 

      Mix one cup coconut, pecans and apply it on the wafers, cover the other wafer to make it as a sandwich.

      Add the topping and semi-sweet baking chocolate into a microwaveable bowl. Microwave for 45 to 55 seconds until it is melted. Stir well.

      Now spread this on the top of the cookies and sprinkle the remaining coconut on top.

 

Easy Chocolate Rum Balls

 

Ingredients:

 

      Chocolate Brownies - 250gms

      Heavy Cream - 7 to 10 tablespoons

      ¾ cup of chocolate chips or button

      ¼ cup of raisins

      Rum - 2 ounces

 

Preparation:

      Soak the raisins in the rum for ½ hour.

      In a bowl, crumble the brownies, add the raisins with rum, and mix it well so it can be formed into small balls.

      Roll the mixture into balls and put in the freezer for 15 minutes.

      Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave and now cover the rum balls with chocolate and leave it in the fridge for an hour to get firm.

 

No Bake Cookies

 

Ingredients:

 

      Oatmeal - 3 cups

      White sugar - 2 cups

      ½ cup milk

      Cocoa powder - 2 tablespoon

      Butter or Margarine

      Peanut butter - ½ cup (smooth or crunchy)

      Vanilla Extract - 1 teaspoon

 

Preparation:

 

      In a saucepan, add sugar, butter, cocoa, and milk and stir it well over a medium heat to melt together.

      Remove it from the stove and add the peanut butter, stir well.

      When the peanut butter is melted, add oatmeal and vanilla.

      Drop by teaspoonfuls on wax paper and allow cookies to cool.

 

 

 

 

 

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