Healthy Cookies from Skinnytaste

Okay people, read the title, “H-E-A-L-T-H-Y.”  Don’t go complainin’ when they don’t taste like unhealthy cookies.  Truth be told, they are not my favorite.  But the fact that my kids LOVED them means that I will be making these again.  And who can beat TWO ingredients?  Here is where you can find the original recipe with lots of professional photos:


Now on to my un-professional notes and photos.  🙂

The ingredients of the original cookie are the following:

  • 2 RIPE bananas, mashed
  • 1 cup of quick oats

Things I would suggest adding after making them:

  • nuts
  • chocolate chips
  • peanut butter chips

You just mix them together and spoon them onto a cookie sheet (and don’t forget to grease the cookie sheet like me).  I fit them all on the same pan.  You bake them at 350 F for 12-15 minutes.

And my kids ate them up.  How can you beat bananas and oats as a snack?  As the website says, you can serve them for breakfast, in a lunch, anytime.  There is no added sugar!  If I can get away with my kids being excited about cookies just by using the word and shape, I am a happy momma.

Healthy Cookies from Skinnytaste

3 thoughts on “Healthy Cookies from Skinnytaste

    1. megmckinzie says:

      Yes! You can buy Quaker Instant Oats almost anywhere. Kelsey has found whole oats in a specialty store. They love their Avena here!


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