These Kahlua No Bake Cookies are a quick and delicious boozy dessert made with everyone’s favorite coffee liqueur, oatmeal, sugar, and pudding!
I have several recipes for no bake cookies on the blog, and Kahlua No Bake Cookies are the newest version!
These cookies are rich, indulgent, and complete with a hint of boozy goodness.
If you’re a fan of Kahlua — or you have an extra bottle lying around! — whip up a batch of these decadent goodies!
As you’ve probably guessed, Kahlua No Bake Cookies require no baking time. Mix up everything on the stovetop, then plop spoonfuls of the mixture onto wax paper and cool in the fridge.
The result is a batch of delicious cookies that are firm and fudgy but chewy and moist. You’ve probably had no bake cookies before, but a couple of things set these ones apart!
First, of course, is the Kahlua, which makes the cookies so temptingly rich with a hint of booziness.
Second is the addition of dry instant caramel pudding mix (you can use vanilla too). These ingredients make this dessert taste smooth and creamy, like your favorite Kahlua cocktail.
Pair these treats with coffee or cappuccino, and you’ll have a match made in heaven. Of course, an ice cold glass of milk does the job, too!
Basically, there’s no wrong occasion for Kahlua No Bake Cookies. Make them once, and you’ll probably get requests to bring them to every get-together.
Let’s just say, it’s a good thing this recipe is as easy as it is delicious.
Kahlua No Bake Cookies
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Kahlua No Bake Cookies
- Measure out all ingredients and have them ready before you begin cooking. Cookie mixture is time sensitive and needs to be prepared quickly in order for the cookies to fully set.
- Add the butter, sugar, and Kahlua to a large pot and bring to a rolling boil and boil for just 90 seconds.
- Remove from heat and stir in the remaining ingredients, once fully combined, plop large spoonfuls onto wax paper and let sit for about an hour to harden.