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The Most Fabulous Frozen Chocolate PB Cookies on Planet Earth!

What you need: 

1/4 cup light soy milk (try to use plain b/c cookies could be too sweet if you use sweetened milk)
2 tablespoons cocoa powder (unsweetened)
2 tablespoons sugar or vegan artificial sweetener equivalent
1/4 cup natural peanut butter (sweetened is OK, if unsweetened, increase the amt of sugar accordingly)
1 cup uncooked oats
2 teaspoon olive oil

What you do: 

Add soy milk, cocoa powder and vegan sugar (or substitute) in a small NONSTICK saucepan over low heat, and stir often until sugar dissolves and all ingredients mix nicely.
DO NOT BOIL (soymilk will curdle and that is ICKY my friends!), but make sure it gets very hot. Remove from heat. Add peanut butter and stir into mix until melted.
Stir in oatmeal and oil.
Drop with a greased tablespoon into 16 balls onto a baking sheet lined with wax paper, or sprayed with nonstick spray. Freeze (covered if desired) for a minimum of 4 hours. They are better the next day after you make them.
Yes, you eat these frozen!!!!
About 70 or 80 calories per cookie and about a gram of fiber. You could play with the sweetener to desired sweetness, but I really like it this way. Enjoy!

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SO HOW'D IT GO?

I'm not sure uhblondie liked it though

It was intended to be funny, since uhblondie had already played on it. I suspect that she hasn't been on vegweb since, but of course as in all things I could be mistaken.

UhBlondie, if you don't like it, hint so and trust that it will never happen again.

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austux, lol. A little blonde about it, lol. I'm not sure uhblondie liked it though, cause she didn't reply. Nevertheless, it was funny.

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The peanut butter you are referring to would be considered sweetened. Even if it doesn't taste particularly sweet, it contains added sugar, which is what DressingWhatever was referring to. Most "natural" style peanut butters are unsweetened, and the ingredients consist of simply peanuts and salt (and sometimes even the salt is omitted). I hope that helps!

It does. I feel a little bit, uh, blonde about it, but it makes sense. I've just never noticed sugar as a PB ingredient before now.

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Unsweetened PB? Perhaps I'm one of those handicapped hicks from Down Under, but I've never seen "sweetened" PB.

Come to think of it, the Ingredients list from a handy bottle of Kraft Smooth says "Peanuts (88%), Vegetable Oil, Sugar, Salt" but I've never noticed or tasted the sugar. The peanut butter is soft, sticky in an oily way, & not at all sweet. Is there something I'm missing?

The peanut butter you are referring to would be considered sweetened. Even if it doesn't taste particularly sweet, it contains added sugar, which is what DressingWhatever was referring to. Most "natural" style peanut butters are unsweetened, and the ingredients consist of simply peanuts and salt (and sometimes even the salt is omitted). I hope that helps!

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Unsweetened PB? Perhaps I'm one of those handicapped hicks from Down Under, but I've never seen "sweetened" PB.

Come to think of it, the Ingredients list from a handy bottle of Kraft Smooth says "Peanuts (88%), Vegetable Oil, Sugar, Salt" but I've never noticed or tasted the sugar. The peanut butter is soft, sticky in an oily way, & not at all sweet. Is there something I'm missing?

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uNSWEETEND pb?

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Ok this is the recipe I have been searching for! I wanted something chocolately, not too bad for me and that didnt require baking! Yea! Cant wait to try them :)

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what if i don't want to use cocoa?  (yes i know you all probably think i'm crazy that i don't like chocolate)  will they be ok if i omit it or should i add something else to thicken it a bit?

I don't like chocolate that much either, I hear you! Maybe you could try it with soy protein powder (possibly vanilla flavored) instead since I know it tastes good even when not baked. First I thought flour but then I realized that the cookies are not baked and it would probably taste nasty with raw flour. I might try this with vanilla soy protein powder and see how it goes.

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what if i don't want to use cocoa?  (yes i know you all probably think i'm crazy that i don't like chocolate)  will they be ok if i omit it or should i add something else to thicken it a bit?

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These are quite good.  I like them a lot because there isn't much sugar (I used unsweetened peanut butter), which lets the chocolate taste really soar through.  Very easy too!

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