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No-Bake Monster Cookies
G’day to all our little Aussie chefs and culinary creatives! Today, we’re headed on a scrumptious adventure, deep into the heart of the kitchen jungle, where delicious treats and playful monsters roam wild. So, slap on your chef hats and roll up your sleeves, because our kitchen is about to be overrun with a horde of cheeky, no-bake monster cookies!
It’s not only about crafting these little critters but also embracing the hilarity and chaos along the way. Tiny fingers exploring the sticky honey, tasting the velvety peanut butter, and scattering the vibrant M&M’s far and wide (with a few making a detour into little mouths, no doubt). So let’s dive, tumble, and roll into a world where every cookie is a quirky character waiting to spring to life!
Crikey, we’re making a monstrously delightful treat without any baking dramas! Kids will love creating their own edible critters, and the best part? Devouring their creations afterwards!
In a good-size bowl, combine the oats, peanut butter, honey, vanilla, flaxseed, and choccy chips. Kids can go for gold with their hands, mixing it all together and exploring the squishy textures.
Guide the kiddos to shape the mixture into cookie shapes using their hands, placing them onto a tray lined with baking paper.
- Here’s where the little munchkins can get creative! Using the candy eyes and M&M’s, create cheeky faces on your cookies.
- Use the sprinkles for wild and wacky hairdos, pressing them gently into the balls so they stick.
- Pop the tray into the fridge for an hour (or as long as you can keep the little ones away) to let the cookie balls firm up.
- Once they’re nice and solid, serve them up and watch those little monster bikkie balls disappear!
- Consider mixing in nutella, cocoa powder or coconut flakes to some of the bikkie balls for a different flavour.
- Encourage creativity by providing a variety of lollies and colours for the kiddos to create their monster masterpieces.
- Keep these little monsters in a cool spot or the fridge to avoid a melty mess.