Even the best of us hate turning the oven on from time to time. Sometimes, it’s just too hot to cook. And sometimes, we just don’t feel like turning the oven on. No matter the reason, you can still enjoy some sweet desserts.
While most desserts are baked in the oven, there are recipes that can be made without the use of an oven. And the best part is, all of the cookies on this list are guilt-free. You don’t have to worry about calories and stuff like that. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy a sweet, delicious cookie.
I love autumn and the wonderful aroma of pumpkin in the kitchen. So we’re starting off with pumpkin cookies. With some nuts on top of it, these cookies will satisfy your need for sweet. And the best part is, they are gluten free.
When we think of cookies, we usually think of chocolate. And I want to make sure that you can enjoy chocolate without feeling guilty. That’s where this recipe helps, as zucchini balances things out and delivers a healthy cookie.
Custard cream is an underrated biscuit. While these cookies are far from the sandwich shape of custard cream, they are extremely delicious. And with some cherries in between, you get a fruity and fresh taste.
When you think of brownies, you think of your oven first. I’m sure of that. But there’s no reason you can’t enjoy brownies with your oven turned off. The cookies will still come out as moist, creamy, and delicious. So get your hands dirty and make these delightful cookies.
One of the biggest problems we face on a daily basis is what to do when that sugar craving hits. In most cases, we reach for something unhealthy. But there is a healthy alternative that is just as sweet as the chocolate you probably buy in the grocery store.
Macaroons are also cookies most of us love. In my experience, there are two types of people: those who absolutely love macaroons, and those who cannot stand them. If you’re in the group that likes macaroons, you’ll love these chocolate and peppermint cookies.
Every now and then, I love trying white chocolate instead of dark or milk chocolate. The difference in taste is a little bit odd initially, but then you get used to it. With some nuts in the mix, you get crunchy, nutty, one-bite cookies that will melt in your mouth.