Chocolate Toffee No Bake Cookies

Perfectly delicious Chocolate Toffee No Bake Cookies made with Heath baking bits for those hot summer days!

Chocolate Toffee No Bake Cookies | #cookies #recipe #nobake

I thought summer had arrived early this year.  I mean, we were in the 90s for days, and I was already complaining about the heat and then all of a sudden bam!  We’ve had rain for the last few days and temps have been in the 70s.

Kind of feels amazing.

Anyhoo, I’ve been grilling several times a week and already had my mind set stuck in summer – you know – grilling, ice cream, root beer floats…  Then I saw Aimee post her Peanut Butter No Bake Cookies and I thought, “Yep!  It’s that time of year alright!”

Well, 70s or not, I had my mind set on some no-bake treats and these little nuggets of total goodness are what I came up with.  Now I ALWAYS have a bag of Heath Milk Chocolate Toffee Bits in my pantry.  They are great for so many things and I love throwing them into cookies and on top of ice cream – yum!  They made their way into my favorite no bake cookie recipe and MADE this cookie!  SOO good!

Chocolate Toffee No Bake Cookies | #cookies #recipe #nobake

I love how no bake cookies are so simple to make and take no time at all.  The texture is so soft and chewy and the Heath bits create that perfect crunchy sweetness that is so satisfying!  These cookies have reminded me that I should be making no bake cookies year-round :)  The boys were SO happy that I had finally made some cookies.  I mean, poor things had been without for at least three days – how awful!

Chocolate Toffee No Bake Cookies | #cookies #recipe #nobake

If you’ve never made no bake cookies before you simply must give these a try.  I’m pretty sure you’re going to fall in love with how easy and delicious they are!

Chocolate Toffee No Bake Cookies
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup Karo light corn syrup
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 3 cups quick oats
  • 1 cup coconut
  • 1½ cups Heath toffee bits
  1. Combine sugar and corn syrup in a large saucepan.
  2. Heat over medium-high heat until mixture reaches a full boil. Remove from heat.
  3. Stir in chocolate chips and peanut butter until melted and fully combined.
  4. Stir in oats and coconut.
  5. Fold in toffee bits.
  6. Drop by rounded tablespoons onto parchment paper and let cool for 20-30 minutes.
  7. Store in an airtight container.
  8. Makes 3 dozen.

Some more of our favorite treats:


Turtle Thumbprint Cookies


Reese’s Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookie Bars


Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Mini Cheesecakes

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  1. Love the addition of toffee bits! I bet they make no bakes even more addicting!

  2. OMG you did NOT just put heath bits on your no bakes. I LOVE it!!!

  3. No bake cookies that use PB and toffee – I am all over these!

  4. I just made no-bakes for the first time this week and OMG! I love them! This version – with toffee? TO DIE FOR.

    • Thanks Dorothy! Do you totally feel like you’ve been missing out forever?? They are awesome right? I’ve got another yummy variation I’m sharing next week that involves Maraschino cherries…crazy good!

  5. I love a delicious no bake cookie, definitely one of my favs.

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  6. No bake is right up my alley with summer right around the corner. These cookies look awesome!!

  7. Are you in southern CA too? Because your weather sounds just like mine!

  8. Here in Utah, it feels like we go straight from winter to summer. It’s still been cold, and then now it’s jumping up into the 80s. I would love for it to stay in the 70s!! I love this change up on no bakes – and I’m sure my kids would love them, too!

  9. Lorraine says:

    Thank you for what looks to be a new favorite site!
    Can’t wait to try some of these recipes.

  10. This is dangerous to look at while trying to to eat sweets. Especially because it says “no bake” :)

  11. These cookies are FULL of ingredients that I love!!! Fantastic!

  12. These sound really good, but I’m not a fan of coconut. Can I substitute extra oats for the coconut in these?

  13. I love no bake treats! They make the perfect after school snack too! Pinned!

  14. Oh, I haven’t had no bakes in forver! Love this version!

  15. I’m a huge Heath lover; these sound awesome! Can’t wait to try these!

  16. Love this idea! The combo sounds amazing!
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  17. You are killing me with all of your yummy recipes! I’m supposed to be on a diet! :)
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  18. Oh these look so good. As I looked at the recipe I saw “no sugar” for some reason, lol. I had to do a double take and realized my eyes were fooling me for sure. :)
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  19. Total fan of no-bake, especially when it’s so hot out. Love toffee and chocolate together!
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  20. Perfect as always! Love them! I’ve pinned it! Thanks for sharing at Two Cup Tuesday at Pint Sized Baker.
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  21. Oh. My. Goodness! Is there a healthier substitution for corn syrup? Thanks!

  22. Have you tried using Splenda instead of regular sugar? Or tried using honey instead of the kero syrup? Just thinking of a healthier alternative :)

  23. These pieces really set a standard in the insrutdy.

  24. I have eaten and made lots of no bake chocolate/peanut butter/oatmeal cookies. The coconut addition is novel. I think I will toast the coconut before adding. Mmmm…mouthwatering!

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