Flipped No Bake Chocolate Cookies

When it comes to No-Bake Cookies, I think of my brother Tim; they're his favorite!  I'm pretty sure he doesn't need a recipe—for him it's permanently committed to memory.  You've always been a great cook, big brother, so this flipped one's for you!

My flipped No-Bake Cookies are perfect for holiday parties or a quick treat on the run!  I can eat No-Bake Cookies (two is plenty) and still maintain my weight—they're healthy and low on points!

You're not going to believe what I did to flip the recipe.  I used my favorite Fiber One bar along with some of the usual  flavors and  ingredients in No-Bake Cookies.  There was no need for butter or sugar!  Take a look at the recipe; I'd love to hear your thoughts!  Enjoy.

Servings: 24  Serving size: 1  Calories: 89  Fat: 3g  Carbs: 15g  Fiber: 4g  Protein: 1g  Sugar: 5g
Sodium: 60mg          Old points: 1    Point +: 2


  • 12 Fiber One Oats and Chocolate Chewy Bars, break into small pieces (Featured in the Flip2Tasty Store)
  • 1/4 cup plus 2 Tbsp 2% Milk
  • 1/4 cup Peanut Butter, smooth
  • 1 tsp vanilla           


  1. In saucepan, add Fiber One pieces and milk.  While continuously stirring, cook over Medium Low heat until bars have melted.  Reduce heat to Low.  
  2. Continue stirring, cook for 2-3 minutes.  
  3. Add peanut butter. Stir well.  Remove from heat.
  4. Add vanilla. Stir. 
  5. On wax paper lined baking sheet, drop rounded tablespoon full of cookie mixture.
  6. Put into freezer to set up.  Once cookies are firm, transfer over to container with lid. (Layer between sheets of wax paper)
  7. Store in freezer.   



  1. This looks wonderful! I can't wait to try it. Did you say that you used a double boiler method?

    1. Hi Lori! Yes, you can use a double boiler However, due to the whole grain oats, you'll need to cook it longer. I can't tell you how much I'm enjoying grabbing no-bake cookies for a snack! Thanks for following Flip2Tasty. Your comments are special and very much appreciated!! :) Terri

      P.S. Let me know how they turn out!


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