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Let's not get our tinsel in a tangle around the holiday wreath in the window display. I will always become more than a little bit frantic when preparing a recipe for family and friends. Cooking and baking at home is primarily out of necessity. We have a few meals that I successfully prepare and we all (mostly) enjoy, then there are also times when I over estimate my culinary skill set. When it comes to those moments when I'm called upon to share a recipe for special events, no-bake is usually my top choice. I've prepared No-Bake Fudge Cups, No-Bake Peanut Cookies, and a few other no-bake snacks. Well, I needed a few more simple ideas to add to my collection of quick and easy desserts that are also fun to prepare. Here are three easy, no-bake sweet treats recipes that are also fun and festive activities to serve with a glass of cranberry cheer  as a family.

Easy No-Bake Sweet Treats Recipes

Edible Cookie Dough Recipe


½ Cup Unsalted Butter (Room Temperature)
¼ Cup Sugar
½ Cup Brown Sugar
2 Tbsp. Milk
½ Tsp. Vanilla
 Cup Flour
¼ Tsp. Salt
½ Cup Mini Chocolate Chips


1- Combine butter and sugars thoroughly until mixture is fluffy.

2- Mix in milk and vanilla.

3- Add flour and salt to mixture.

4- Stir in chocolate chips and enjoy!

No-Bake Sprinkle Scoops


 Cups Powdered Milk
 Cups Confectioner’s Sugar
14 Oz. Sweetened Condensed Milk


1- Sift powdered milk and 2 cups of sugar into bowl.

2- Slowly pour condensed milk into mixture while stirring.

3- Coat hands with confectioners' sugar to separate dough into four dough balls placed on a layer of confectioners' sugar.

4- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper sprinkled with confectioners sugar.

5- Cover hands with confectioners' sugar to separate each doughball into 8 pieces. Roll each piece into a ball covered with a layer of sprinkles.

6- Allow to set and enjoy!

Graham Cracker Candy Cabins


Graham Crackers
Melted White Chocolate
Food Coloring
Cookies, Candy, Pretzels, Shredded Coconut, Sprinkles, etc.


1- Frame your house by placing one half of a graham cracker on each side of the house and cutting angled corners on two graham crackers for the front and back roof peaks.

2- Line edges of graham cracker front and back panels with melted white chocolate, then add side panels.

3- Place the panels in the refrigerator for a few minutes to set.

4- Attach roof panels to frame with melted chocolate, then refrigerate to set.

5- Decorate and enjoy!

Decoration Inspiration

Ice Cream Cones covered in Green Sprinkles/Candy | Trees
Waffle Pretzels | Paned Windows
Animal Crackers | Mini Mascots
Mini Candies | Gravel Path
Sour Belts | Door Mat
Pretzel Log | Chimney
Marshmallow | Chimney
Shredded Coconut | Snowfall

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