No-Bake Avalanche Cookies

Treat yourself to the delectable and straightforward no-bake avalanche cookies. This ultimate recipe combines Rice Krispies, marshmallows, creamy peanut butter, and white chocolate into a mouthwatering treat.

No-Bake Avalanche Cookies

Get ready to fall in love with these insanely yummy no-bake avalanche treats! Brace yourself because once you take a bite, you won't be able to resist. Whip up a batch in a flash with just four simple ingredients. They're perfect for any occasion, especially when you need an impressive gift for your hostess. But be warned, these cookies have a sneaky way of vanishing in seconds!

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This is one of the easiest homemade cookie recipes, and you only need 4 ingredients that you probably already have at home: peanut butter, Rice Krispie cereal, mini marshmallows, and white chocolate chips.

Ingredients in No-Bake Avalanche Cookies

Just 4 ingredients for this recipe...that's it!


White Chocolate Chips - you can substitute for butterscotch chips 

Peanut Butter - Creamy or Chunky can be used

Rice Krispie cereal - you can also use Honey Nut Cheerios

How to Make No-Bake Avalanche Cookies 

  • In a medium-sized bowl, combine cereal and marshmallows. Set aside. 

  • Add white chocolate chips to a large glass bowl that is microwave-safe

  • Melt white chocolate in a microwave. do this in 20-second increments and stir in between.

  • After your chocolate is melted, stir in the peanut butter.

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  • Now add the cereal/marshmallow mixture to the bowl with melted chocolate/peanut butter and stir until completely coated.

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  • Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper and set them aside. 

  • Using a tablespoon, drop small clusters onto the lined sheets.

  • Refrigerate until the chocolate sets

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      Storing No-Bake Avalanche Cookies
      • These do not need to be kept refrigerated. They will stay good in an airtight container for up to a week on the counter. 

      • They will last up to 3 weeks if kept refrigerated. 

      • They will last 3 months if frozen (just make sure you wrap them well to prevent freezer burn).

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