Training Week 7: NuttZo Power Fuel No-Bakes

Marathon training is often accompanied by a few "side effects" such as moderate random chafing, excessive foam rolling and runger (a.k.a. "running hunger"). Here is my solution to this week's case of the runger!

While I'm not a passionate baker, I do enjoy eating baked goods and am a firm believer that everything is better homemade. I prefer to keep my recipes simple and, well, it doesn't get much more simplified than no-bake cookies!

As a proud 2016 NuttZo Ambassador — seriously, they are so good to us — I want to share with you my all-time favorite no-bake cookie recipe made with NuttZo's Chocolate Power Fuel.

P.S. Use my discount code to take 20% off your next order: will-20

NuttZo Power Fuel No-Bakes

Melt butter on medium heat and stir occasionally. I used plain old store-bought butter today. Once the butter is almost completely melted, add sugar, milk, and cocoa powder. Stir ingredients until well combined.

Bring mixture to a boil and allow to boil for 1 minute. Continue stirring.

Remove from heat. Add NuttZo Power Fuel and stir until the mixture has a smooth consistency. That's the last of our jar!

Pour in quick oats and mix until evenly coated. Bring in cute, enthusiastic helper to stir ingredients (pictured below).

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Neatly pour spoon-sized amounts of no-bake "batter" in rows on the baking sheet OR spoon messy piles of deliciousness all over the place. You choose!

Guess which option we were going for...

Allow cookies to "set" at room temperature for 30 minutes OR spoon the gooey cookie blobs straight into your mouth.

Refrigerate the remaining cookies in an air-tight container for up to 2 weeks. If there are any cookies left, that is ☺️

Fargo Marathon Training Week 7:

02/15 Monday - Easy-Effort: 7 mi, 01:02 @ 08:51 avg pace.

02/16 Tuesday - Tempo Intervals: (Treadmill) 5 mi, 00:40 @ 08:00 avg pace. 4 x 1 mile @ 7:01/mile pace with 2 min recovery jog. Strength: 6 x 1:00 minute planks - on extended arms, then on elbows, front, side, side.

02/17 Wednesday - Long Run: 14.01 mi, 02:03 @ 08:46 avg pace. Windy and icy but enjoyable run overall. I did my best to squeeze in key training runs this week as next week will be up in the air! Normal training will return in a week or so.

02/18 Thursday - Off. Recovering from the crammed workouts earlier in the week.

02/19 Friday - Off.

02/20 Saturday - Off.

02/21 Sunday - Off.

Total Mileage: 26.01 miles

A photo posted by Amy W (@creativeaim87) on

What is your favorite kind of cookie?!

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  1. No-bake chocolate nut butter oatmeal cookies are one of my favorites. They're so easy to make!

    1. So easy to make and so good! They are a favorite for me, too, Tina!

  2. These look super easy and DELISH!!! I love anything with oatmeal in it and I am a HUGE snacker :)

    1. I'm a big snacker, too, MB! These were very tasty and easy to take with on our road trip last week :)


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