Friday, March 8, 2013

The Ultimate Cookie?

 
If you don't like to bake,
 
or even if you do,
 
but quickly.
 
If you're watching your calories
or not.
 
If you're gluten free,
or not.
 
If you like to eat healthly,
or not.
 
These cookies are for you!
 
 
Mash 2 large ripe bananas.
Stir in 1 cup oatmeal.
Fold in 1/4 cup chopped walnuts.
 
Drop by tablespoon onto a
cookie sheet sprayed with Pam.
Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.
Makes 12.
 
 
Enjoy 'em!
 


30 comments:

Donna said...

Yum!!!
Have a great weekend!
hughugs

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I'll take two dozen please and thanks :)

Debbie said...

sounds yummy and super easy!!

love that pretty plate!!

andy said...

I'm going to try those yummy !

Beth said...

Sounds delicious and very healthy too.

Chatty Crone said...

I don't think you have to cook them either - sandie

Marissa said...

I can vouche for how wonderful these are, Jill. I've been making them for a few months after I saw them on MyFitnessPal. Glad you posted this - everyone should know about them! :)

Have a great weekend, Jill!
Hugs,
Marissa

Lynne said...

Thanks Jill . . . I will give them a try . . . next time, . . .
I just made my "over the top to die for"
Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Very rich, I have had my taste, the rest for company tonight for dinner/dessert and the rest for two grand children birthdays on Sunday. We are making homemade ice cream. One and only granddaughter doesn't like cake so "cookies and cream" it is!

Enjoy some sunshine this weekend!

Buttons said...

Well this looks simple and a great use of those bananas on my counter thanks Jill. B

Madi and Mom said...

Well now we are just hungry!!
Look delicious and I bet they smelled good too.
Hugs madi and Mom

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

that's so simple. what a great recipe.

so reminds me of something i have heard of before.

enjoy your weekend. ( :

Susan said...

Easy, but....ah....let's just say doesn't sound like my cup of tea.

Jackie said...

I knew there was a reason I have those ripe banana's on my counter top, I'll give them a try...thanks :)

Jeanne said...

Great idea for overripe bananas. Thanks!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

All good except I dont like bananas!

Paula said...

Humm looks good, sounds good. Thanks.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Well now, I am definitely gonna have to give this a try since I am trying to limit my use of butter and dairy when it comes to baking. Thanks for sharing! Best wishes, Tammy

EM Illustrator said...

They look very yummy :) Have a lovely Saturday!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

I made them and although I'm pretty sure my family won't have anything to do with them, I just had three with a cup of green tea. :) Best wishes, Tammy

Maple Lane said...

Now I am really hungry!

Evi @ sexta-feira said...

Yum yum! Sounds delicious and very easy!

Catherine said...

Dear Jill,

That does sound good and easy.
I will give it a try when I get a kitchen.
Thank you for visiting and for the birthday wishes. I am so blessed to know you.
Blessings and xoxo, Catherine

Jackie said...

Made them, yummy! My husband wished them to be a tad bit sweeter so I mixed up a little powdered sugar drizzle, that drizzle sweetened them up nicely.

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh my goodness. These sound delicious, Jill. And so easy to make...a bonus!

Debbie Jones said...

Look good and sound healthy. Will give these a try! Thanks.

Blessed Serendipity said...

Unfortunately there is hardly a cookie I can say no to. These look yummy. Hope you have a great week Jill.

xo Danielle

Nancy Claeys said...

These would be great for breakfast! :)

J said...

Hi! I stopped by from A Sheltering Tree and I sure am glad yours was the link before mine! I love the combination of oatmeal and banana and can't wait to try these! Thanks!

Esther Joy said...

So simple! I'm wondering how they hold together...

Pamela said...

Can't get much easier than these! I like things I can mix up and bake out while preparing supper. That way I don't feel like I've been in the kitchen all day.