To salvage dry no bake cookies, all you need to do is make a new batch of boiled sugar. Once you have cooked your sugar just right, simply add each cookie to it one at a time and wait for every piece to soften into the mix. Once the cookies become soft, mix all the ingredients together until you get a thick mix.
How do you fix no bake cookies that didn’t set up? If they don’t set, try placing them back in your pan and reheating them, bringing them to a boil until they reach 230°F.
What happens if you boil No Bake Cookies too long?
If you boil it too long, the no-bake cookies will turn out dry and if you don’t boil it long enough they won’t set properly. Timing is very important here! Once the timer goes off, remove it from the heat, and stir in the peanut butter and vanilla extract until it’s nice and smooth.
Why are my No Bake Cookies dry and hard?
The most common reason for dry no bake cookies is boiling the mixture for too long. If you overcook sugar in a recipe like this, it turns into a crumbly mess (see more on why below!). … Note: This recipe is from RecipeLion Cooking Club.
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.