They’re called boiled cookies because you boil up some stuff to make a chocolatey sauce and then you pour oats in, scoop out in clumps and voila, cookies. You don’t need an oven, just a stove top and a pot. I’ve modified the recipe to make it vegan. It’s a great way to get your chocolate fix without actual chocolate or trying to find vegan chocolate.
1/2 cup - margarine
1/2 cup - soy milk
2 cups - granulated sugar
1/2 cup - cocoa
2 1/2 cups - rolled oats
*Optional: coconut and/or chopped nuts included with oats
Put margarine, soy milk, sugar and cocoa into pot. Bring to a boil stirring often. Boil for 5 minutes.
Remove from heat. Stir in rolled oats about a cup at a time (if you put in too much oats, the chocolate sauce will dry quickly and your cookies won’t stick together and you’ll have a lot of chocolate crumblies). Scoop out spoonfuls as big or little as you like onto wax paper. Let them cool a bit before eating.
Update: Kim's dad came up with the name Tishy-Poops (cuz one of my nicknames is Tishy-Poo and they look like poops) but I also like Chocolate Crumblies.