Yes you can reheat no bake cookies! Whether you want a warm no bake or they came out gooey, you can follow the instructions below for a delicious and warm no bake.
How To Reheat No Bake Cookies
If you need your no bake cookies to stay soft after reheating, here’s a great trick!
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Place the no bake cookies on the sheet, and heat them up in an oven for 1-2 minutes at 325°F (160°C) or until they’re heated through.
You don’t want to overcook them either! The texture will be dry and stiff like a cracker if you reheat them too long.
Why Aren’t My No Bakes Setting?
The most likely issue for your no bakes are not hardening is you did not chill them long enough.
Pop them back in your refrigerator and check them after a half an hour.
If your no bakes are too gooey and not setting still then you may not have heated your ingredients to a high enough temperature. In which case you will need to make another batch and heat them to a higher temperature.
You also may have gotten used too much liquid in your mixture. You can add more chocolate and oats and your cookies may set better.
What To Do With Gooey No Bake Cookies
The no bake cookies are gooey and not setting? No problem! They are very tasty like this, and tasty anyways. So, you can serve them up in a bowl or on a plate.
You can also jazz up your yogurt with soft no bake cookies. It’s like a sweeter version of granola!
What To Do With No Bake Cookies That Turn Out Dry And Hard
The no bake cookies turned out dry and hard? Don’t despair! You still have a few options here.
You can put them in the microwave for 10 seconds. You can wrap them in tin foil and warm in the oven on at 300 degrees F for 5 minutes.
You can dip them in a bowl of milk or another hot liquid (coffee, cocoa, soup, etc.).
And they can be crumbled and added to another dessert!
There are many ways to turn out a perfect no bake cookie. Try out these tricks and great recipes in the future and you’ll have your go-to recipe for no bake cookies in no time!