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Orange No Bake Cookie Recipe

I love this easy cookie recipe on a hot summer day because they don't require heating up the oven!  No bake cookie recipes are wonderful for the kids because they can almost make the entire recipe with minimal supervision.  This is definitely a must add to your list of cookie recipes.

These cookies are also great for summer wedding and baby showers or even luncheons.  People will think you worked really hard to make them when they are actually a snap to prepare. 

Orange No Bake Cookie Recipe Ingredients

• 3 cups powdered sugar
• 1 lb. vanilla wafers, crumbled
• 1 stick of butter, melted
• 1 cup finely chopped walnuts
• 1 6oz. can frozen orange juice (thawed)
• 1 can coconut (for rolling on outside of cookies)

Orange No Bake Cookie Directions

Combine the powdered sugar, vanilla wafers, butter, walnuts and orange juice in large bowl.  Mix ingredients until just evenly distributed.  Shape into 1 inch balls and roll in coconut.

Refrigerate until serving up to 5 days.

COOK'S NOTE:  You can pulse the walnuts in a food processor to make them a really fine consistency.  This will make mixing the cookies a great deal easier.

NOTE:  You may substitute chopped Brazil nuts or macadamia nuts for the coconut.  I have also used finely ground pecans for the outside of these cookies with great results.

NOTE:  These cookies should not be stored outside of the refrigerator.  The high oil content in the coconut could cause it to spoil very quickly if not refrigerated.

If you want to serve them on a dessert buffet, try placing a bowl of ice under the serving plate to keep the cookies cool.