No Bake Cookies #STREAMTEAM


Need a quick and delicious treat? Try these super fast and yummy no bake cookies!

With our crazy busy schedule, we are always running around town to different events. I love scheduling a refreshing family night in. It allows us to connect. We love to throw on our favorite PJs, pile up on the couch and cuddle while watching a favorite show. No family night is complete without a yummy treat. I don’t always have a ton of time to spend in the kitchen cooking something up, so I love these amazing and amazingly fast no bake cookies. They seriously only take about 10 minute (if that) to whip up. I love that I can squeeze them into my schedule and my kids (and husband) feel like they have hit they jackpot. THEY LOVE THESE COOKIES.


Here is how you can make them:



  • 1 stick of butter
  • 1/2 cup of milk
  • 2 cups sugar
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 3 cups quick oats

How to make them:

Melt butter in sauce pan. Add in milk, sugar, and cocoa and bring to a boil. Let it boil for 1-2 minutes. Remove from heat and add in the peanut butter and vanilla. Let the peanut butter melt and then add in the oats. Spoon out balls on a cookie sheet with wax paper on it. Let cool about 45min- 1 hour or until they are nice and firm. Enjoy!


Here are some of our favorite shows this month. YOU GUYS HAVE TO WATCH Fuller House. It is AMAZING! I just can’t get enough and it great that the older kids can enjoy it too.

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When it comes to a family night in, are you the homemade-meal, lights-off, candles-lit type of family like Stephanie Tanner? Or all about the blanket-bundled, popcorn-popped, fireplace-on life like Kimmy Gibbler? Every family has a special routine for family night in, including the real-life Tanner/Gibbler girls, who are now all grown-up with kids of their own. And most of those routines involve gathering around the TV (/iPad/computer).

But while the routine itself is a no-brainer, finding something that everyone wants to watch can be tough. That’s why we’re psyched to see Stephanie, Kimmy and DJ back on the small screen later this month. With the launch of Fuller House on Feb. 26, we’ve got something that will appeal to you, your 14-year-old and your 5-year-old. Have mercy.

So for this month’s post, we want to know what a “night in” looks like in your household. What you’re eating, how you’re sitting, where, when and what you’re watching, and ultimately how you keep the peace when it’s time to choose a show or movie. You got it, dude?


Watch Together Titles on Netflix

While you wait for the full season of Fuller House, check out these other titles the entire family will enjoy.

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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

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Dragons: Race to the Edge, Season 2

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Once Upon a Time

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Nanny McPhee

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All Hail King Julien

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New on Netflix for Kids, Tweens, Teens and Families

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Turbo FAST: Season 3 (2/5)

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Care Bears & Cousins: Season 2 (2/5)

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Fuller House (2/26)

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