Easiest Healthiest Cookie Recipe in the World!

Hey POPsters!

I have a new recipe for you that will blow your mind! When you’re craving the sweets and just don’t know how what to reach for…this is it. Seriously, this is it! This cookie recipe is just as easy as the 2 ingredient banana pancakes recipe.

INGREDIENTS: 1 banana. 1 cup dry oats. That’s it! 2 ingredients. You can add berries if you want but it is totally not necessary at all. I am using fresh cranberries which are very tart, but if you would like something sweeter, add raisins or craisins.

Mush everything in a bowl with your hands then scoop onto a cookie sheet! Or foil like I used here.

Bake at 350F for 15-20 min or until slightly golden.

BAM. It’s a cookie. What.

TASTE? AMAZING!!!! It tastes soooo good and it is the easiest darn cookie I have ever made in my life. No added sugars. All natural ingredients. I mean, wow. Bananas are magic. This recipe was inspired by my YouTube friend Davey Wavey who made an oatmeal raisin cookie video a few weeks ago. I may have to do a video too!

Enjoy and please share with all of your friends! Maybe even make a batch for your family this Thanksgiving! I’m thinking the craisin version would be very delicious.

Tweet or instagram me your pics! Hashtag it #easycookie if you do so I can find your creations! My usernames on both is @blogilates.

Love you guys! Have a fab Monday! 2 more weeks of #NutsinNovember. Let’s go HARD!!!!!

<3 Cassey

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  1. Jo Carter says:

    I did half dark choc chip and half cranberries, and they turned out pretty okay 🙂 I think I need more banana next time and to mash the banana before putting with oats as it ended with with a tiny bit of banana spread between everything to hold things together and some big chunks! haha but that’s probably my cooking.
    I’m keen to make these again especially since I can some dark choc chips and not feel too bad about eating it!

  2. Céline says:

    Gays add some cinnamon to this recipe it makes it a 1000 times better !

  3. Lulu says:

    I just made them and i added semisweet chocolate chips..but are they still guilt free ?

  4. Ivette says:

    I made the cookies and there so good, but how many calories have???

    1. Yerang says:

      No clue about the individual cookie, but assuming that you’re using quick oats, which are 150 cals per half cup, and a medium banana, which is 100 cals, I’d say the entire batch would be 400 calories.

  5. Izzy says:

    Just made these and added vanilla extract and goji berries too, literally so yummy! Yey to guilt free cookies 🙂 Thanks so much for the fab recipe!!

    1. Ella says:

      Well I know this reply is kinda late, but you would have to figure out how many calories were in the oatmeal you used. Which was probably 150 calories. Plus 1 banana. Which is 105. So in all, probably 255 cal. Which isn’t THAT bad.

      1. Rafaella Guiguis says:

        You don’t always need to count the calories. It is about not eating too much and keep it as natural as you can. No added stuff, that cleans your body

  6. Julia says:

    Just made those cookies this morning and I have to say they are reeeeaaally good and so simple to prepare. I added some dried berries. I’ll make them again for sure! 🙂 Thank you for this great recipe!!

  7. lystra says:

    Can I replace the banana? I am allergic to them is there another fruit that would give me the same result?

    1. Kath says:

      Hey, I just made then with pear and they worked great! The mixture was a lot wetter than the banana ones but when cooked they were softer and sweeter and I actually preferred them! I used about 60g of oats to 1 pear… So maybe 3/4 cup? (I’m not too sure sorry) but just add them till the consistency looks the same as in the pictures on this recipe 🙂 hope this helps! (they also worked out at less calories so win win!)

  8. Patti Dalzell says:

    Just made these and they are AWESOME! I used a large cookie scoop and then flattened them out. It made nine cookies. Perfect for me! My husband had one and said it needed some spices, but I think they are great just the way they are. Thanks so much!

  9. Bibi says:

    Thanks for this amazing recipe!

    I wonder, when you make them for breakfast, how many servings does this recipe yields?

    Cheers to you all!

    1. Carla says:

      Hi, I made these today and I scooped them out using a heaped tablespoon which made 7 cookies.
      Hope this helped 🙂

  10. Simba says:

    i have made these easy cookies in the microwave before and they taste good ( however i feel like its more steamed ) . But they taste even better in a sand which press if your to lazy to use your oven and it make less dishes dirty !

  11. Ally says:

    I’m making some with regular rolled oats, and some with instant oatmeal, with no added sugar. I also added some some cinnamon to both. We’ll see how they turn out!

    1. Ally says:

      Well, they were okay. They tasted better with a bit of butter. 😉

      1. Shawna says:

        I actually experimented with this cookie recipe and the peanut butter cookie recipe so many times over the summer. My favorite combo was peanut butter and ground instant oatmeal (the kind that has the flavoring in it). I added some steel cut oats for texture purposes. It was really yummy and so crazy easy. I just popped them in the oven when I had a nice batter and it worked!!

  12. Rosey says:

    I haven’t tried this before, but it sounds like a great, guilt – free cookie! 😀

  13. Jess says:

    I baked these cookies and they didn’t taste of much at all 🙁 was slightly disappointed 🙁

    1. Liz says:

      I always add cinnamon and nutmeg to mine; it adds some flavor without adding sugar, and I definitely would rather have dried fruit than fresh because it adds sweetness also. Hope that helps!

  14. Iva says:

    They´re the best :D. I made them and it was sooo quick, tasty and I felt so good after because I knew that it´s healthy ! 😀

  15. These are SERIOUSLY GOOD with chocolate chips. You can also add chopped dried fruit for even more amazing-ness. 😀

  16. Emma says:

    These taste so amazing and decadent if you add some semi-sweet or dark choc chips! Best eaten hot out of the oven. They will blow your mind!!

    1. Don't do it says:

      Science has shown that microwaving food changes the DNA. If you are cooking healthy make your food in the oven or stove, never the microwave!

  17. Tiffany says:

    Found THE perfect way to make this! Mix ingrediants together, microwave for 30 seconds, and flip the cookie over, then microwave for anouther 10-15 seconds. Serve with vanilla or greek yogurt! HEAVENLY!!

  18. Tia says:

    Hey I’m doing weight watchers and wandering what the nutritional info for this recipe would be. Like how many points would it be per cookie?

  19. Kristine says:

    Incredible. I made mine with blueberries. Yummy. Thank you Cassey for sharing! 🙂

  20. Samantha says:

    Just made these, used 1 1/3 cups of oats and 2 medium bananas and cut up some dried apricots into small pieces and threw those in then drizzled with honey after they cooked! Haven’t tried them yet but they smell amazing!

  21. T S says:

    These came out great! The only reason why some people’s cookies came out soft was because they didn’t use enough oats. Make sure you have enough oats in your mixture and they should come out beautiful and crunchy like mine! Also, I didn’t use a very ripe banana so the cookies weren’t very sweet. So I sliced up strawberries and put one slice on top of each cookie! Guilt free way to sweeten it up :))

  22. suns says:

    Just did my first attempt at this recipe, however I put 2 bananas and too less of oats, so the cookies came out soft, but didn’t crumble and still are tasty. Next time I’m planning to put some coco and raspberries:)

  23. Lisa Cee says:

    Thank you! Thanks to this recipe I get to enjoy milk and cookies as a 300 cal snack. ><

  24. These are very pretty and different! I am going to make some tomorrow in red and green for Christmas.

  25. Dillon says:

    These are great! i added an egg white and one package of atkins candy pieces and they are HEAVEN 😀

  26. Judith says:

    For those who like their cookies chewy like me – try them with quick oats instead of rolled ones. I’ve tried both, but when I made them with rolled oats – I didn’t like them at all. They fell apart and and had terrible texture. But once I’ve tried them with quick oats – I fell in love with these cookies <333333

  27. Kylie says:

    I made these cookies for my whole family! They loved them and could not believe I only used two ingredients!!! Thanks Cassey again… you are making my family health one cookie at a time!! <3

  28. nana says:

    ….love them, 3 bananas, 3 cups of oatmeal, 1 grated apple…. ev cinnamon and also the kids get enough

  29. Summer says:

    Cant wait to try this!!! 😀

  30. Briana says:

    Used steel cut oats since that’s all I had. Mine turned out a little dry and chewy (in a not so good way), so maybe just a tad bit less oats and more yummy banana! I like my cookies soft 😀

    1. Brielle says:

      How did you substitute for steel cut oats? Did they end up definitely chewy/good with added banana?

  31. Lesley says:

    Mmmm Just made these… sooo good. Made one batch with raisins cinnamon and vanilla extract, then one with dark chocolate chunks and vanilla extract. I blended all the ingredients together in a food processor. Put them in for 13 min then used the coconut oil idea. Took them out spread a little oil on each then two minutes under the broiler. Perfect consistency!!! Can’t wait to try different combos.

  32. Kayla says:

    Cooookies!!!! Making them as we speak. Boyfriend is always scared to try casseys recipes…. Lol hope their yummo! 🙂

  33. dianne says:

    I eat only from scratch with minimal sugar and reduced fats for which I am very strict to types and brands. Calorie counting has stopped now…. lost it once I dropped wheat.
    This recipe looks great… will add walnuts, raisins, orange rind and spices.

  34. sheunny says:

    I’ve tried making this twice. altho they didn’t taste too bad but they are too hard to bite/chew, they are also not as crispy as normal cookies. anyone has an idea what’s wrong?

  35. Hana says:

    The first time I made these I did not like them at all. But I tried a second time, and my god. These came out beautiful and crunchy and sweet. Putting the rolled oats and the banana in a food processor first really helped. Once I scooped it into a bowl, I added 1/4 cup of sultanas. I serve them with a tsp of crunchy peanut butter and I am feeling on top of the world! Ever since I discovered Blogilates, my whole view on ‘dieting’ has totally altered. This is a lifestyle change. I love cooking and eating clean and sharing the recipes I’ve found with other people. I’ve lost 3 kilos and I’ve got a long journey from here on out. Thank you so much Cassey <3

  36. Olivia says:

    I love them! I added 2 TBS of vanilla, and they taste glorious!

  37. Saskia says:

    Made these twice now and they’re delish! And so easy to make! I added raisins and cinnamon. Yum!

  38. Tammie says:

    I made these today at work and two of my coworkers like them! Going to take a couple to the gym to some ladies there to try. I made them with dried ultra cranberries that are infused with cherry and pomegranate flavors…delish! I also made one without the cranberries and they’re good too. These remind me of banana walnut bread without all the calories, sugar and fat!! 🙂 I will blog these soon when I make more variations and link back to your blog! Visit mine for my yummy no flour almond butter cookies!! thewhitedish.wordpress.com

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  41. Olivia says:


    1. GraceandZelo says:

      It really depends what ingredients you put in… but if you only mix bananas and oat meal together, it should be like 60 cal per cookie. With one banana and 1 cup of oats, I made 8 cookies. If your cookies are bigger or smaller, of course the calorie range would be different. Hope this helped.:)

    2. Mary Bear says:

      I made mine with a cup of oats, a banana, and some blueberries, with a dash of cinnamon: 46-47 calories each. =)

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  43. Amy says:

    Can I use oatmeal for the dried oats? If so does it matter if it’s instant oatmeal?

  44. Marja says:

    I added some peanut butter made from peanut flour (1/4 cup is only 110 cals & 16 gram protein! Similar product to PB2) and they came out great! Also used multi-grain oats. The whole recipe was only 450 cals in total and it made 7 cookies so about 65 cals & 4 g protein per cookie.

  45. Joshua Chas McCool says:

    Thank you! I tried this but used raspberries instead of cranberries for half the batch and blueberries for the other half and they turned out great! I have a question though. Do you refrigerate them or leave them out after they’re done?

  46. Florence says:

    I followed the recipe exact and added strawberries and dried pineapple, and after keeping them in the oven for half an hour, it just tasted like oatmeal? And had the texture of it too. I tried again and kept them in for nearly an hour, same story. What’s going on? 🙁

    1. frankylee says:

      I’m willing to bet that your batter has too much banana and not enough oats! If it’s too soft like “oatmeal” I would add more oats to thicken it up. Or perhaps it’s the oats you’re using? There could be a difference in texture when using rolled oats compared to instant oats, which could be cooking and expanding too quickly in the heat of the oven.

  47. Shelly says:

    Made these last night for camp this wknd but my mom and I ate most of them. So needed to make a second batch. Used some dried kiwi and cranberries…

  48. Brittany Maxwell says:

    I am making these right now!! I added some cinnamon to them as well.. They smell like HEAVEN in the oven! Can’t wait to try them!! Eek!:)

    1. Suriani says:

      How much cinnamon powder do you put in it?
      Because I heard too much cinnamon is bad for the liver so I’m not too sure how much I should put.
      Also, do you know how many cookies this recipe makes?

      Thanks 🙂

      1. shash says:

        depends on the cinnamon. saigon cinnamon is better for you.

  49. JT says:

    Just made theses Easy Peazy cookies, and……. Luv,Luv,Luv them. I added cranraisins , a dash of cinnamon & nutmeg and the last few minutes of cooking, spread a little coconut oil on each cookie, then baked on Broil for a minute or two and got a Nice Crunch on the outside, yet chewy on the inside. Yummmmm !!

  50. Katie O says:

    These ROCK MY WORLD. I’ve made several variations already and recommend trying subbing a ripe red pear (peeled) for banana, adding a touch of vanilla, cinnamon and clove (and possibly a bit more oats, as the pear can be watery). Cooks just as well as the banana but it’s spiced pear! YUM!

    I’m going to try strawberry + mango puree next instead of the banana. Should be nice!

    Oh! Also! I added ground golden flax and some vegan protein powder. Soooo good.

  51. Kirby says:

    I’ve made these cookies twice now and they are absolutely delicious! I wrote a blog post on both tries so take a look if you have time! I really appreciate it! 🙂


  52. Wow, these sound delicious. I can’t wait to try them. I like some of the other ideas too. Thanks everyone. I shared this link on my fb page too.

  53. Ariel says:

    I just made these and OMG they are sooooo good! I think these are the best things ever I was scared at first they weren’t going to stay together while cooking and they not only stayed together but made like this wonderful like mend I love them!

  54. I linked to you on my page today! https://www.facebook.com/EatThinkBeFit
    I made mine with applesauce 1/2c, one banana and one cup of oats with a little cinnamon and they were amazing! Very moist, chewy and filling. Perfect way to eat oatmeal when your short on time! I am going to make a bunch up and freeze them for those days I just don’t have time to make breakfast 🙂

  55. jill says:

    Every kind of yummy recipe seems to have bananas in them and I am allergic to them believe it or not. Does anyone have any suggestions for a substitute?

    1. hayley says:


    2. Jill I made mine with 1 banana 1/2 cup applesauce and 1c oats with cinnamon. I would try just the applesauce personally with maybe some ground flax to bind them together? Good luck these are a great breakfast bar substitute!

    3. Ana says:

      Canned pumpkin puree is a good banana substitute!

    4. dianne says:

      applesauce is often used in cookies to reduce fats added

  56. Cici says:

    What kind of oats do you use? Quick cooking, rolled, steel cut? Excited to try these!

    1. Abbey Lee says:

      She used rolled oats 🙂

    2. Quick oats work best but regular are ok too, they just end up a LOT chewier 🙂 I wouldnt do steel cut personally I dont think they would have time to cook through

      1. Sam says:

        Used steelcut but ran them trough the food processor first. Also added a couple of spoons of organic peanut butter along with the bananas. Love the simplicity of these!

      2. Nik says:

        I only had rolled oats and I’d definitely recommend using quick oats instead. Quick oats are pre-cooked and would meld together better with the minimal amount of moisture in the banana than the quick oats did. Or do as @Sam did with the steel-cut oats and whiz them in the food processor first to make them less hard/defined flakes.

  57. Lene says:

    these cookies are amazing! i added one tablespoon of coconut flour 🙂 tastes so good!

  58. Amanda says:

    Great recipe!! I made them once plain. They needed a little somethin’ so the next time, I added a bit of vanilla and cinnamon. Next time I want to add blueberries or cranberries!! I also posted the recipe on my website and linked back to you: http://www.pinkskyline.com/2013/02/2-ingredient-cookies.html

    Thanks for sharing another great, easy, healthy, and clean recipe! Love the site!

  59. Faye says:

    This recipe looks wonderful enough to keep six pack abs ship-shape!

  60. madison says:

    Hey Cassey! what would the nutrition facts for these cookies be?

  61. Kirby says:

    Thanks Cassey for this recipe! I love recipes that are simple and natural and yours is just that.

    I recently also tried making a Vegan Chocolate Tofu Quinoa Cake recently using 3 ingredients and it turned out delicious!! Check out my blog post for the recipe! http://ow.ly/hq80E

  62. these are amzing im making them right now:) I added some cinnamon and honey to them but I’m going to pick up some berries for the next batch if these trun out good:)

  63. MoMo says:

    Wow, those were delicious…but if you aren’t feeling as calorie conscious, you can whip up an egg until frothy and sprinkle in some cinnamon and vanilla extract. If you let it sit for a minute the oats absorb some of the liquid so that the cookie is slightly more moist. Add a tiny bit of chuncky peanut butter on top when they are done baking. It is addicting!

    1. Soumy says:

      Thaaanks for the tips!

      1. MoMo says:

        No problem 😀

  64. im off to the grcoery store to pick up some oats long with other things for dinner but then Im going to make these for dessert:) This is perfect for me since im travelling i cant really buy all the ingredients for baking most things but this is perfect for me 🙂 thanks!

  65. Kyrstal says:

    woow wee!!! Yum yum yum yum yum… Deliciouso!!!! You are a rockin chicka boom love your work sweet tooth

  66. Jasmijn Vogelaar says:

    I Just made these and I love it!
    they’re super tasty.
    thank you for this recipe!

  67. vanessa says:

    Do you think I could add nuts or something to amp up the protein? I would love to make these into grab and go breakfast cookies if I’m running late for school or work.

  68. greta says:

    these were absolutely delicious!!! cant get enough! the smell of bananas was very strong, but the taste wasn’t!

  69. Angelica says:

    I tried these this morning….best cookie ever. I put pomegranate instead of cranberries sooo yummy!!!

  70. sara says:

    are the oats -rolled oats or quick oats?

  71. Lauren says:

    I have to admit I was very suspicious of those cookies…

    In France, you CANNOT bake without butter, flour % eggs… But I tried those cookie and they are AMAZING !

    Thank you cassey ! I think I just found my new favorite breakfast meal ! 🙂

  72. shayan says:

    I made this with banana, oats, a bit of vanilla whey protein powder, some chopped up persimmons, and pumpkin spice! so good!

  73. Jane says:

    I made these today. They are so great! I put in some peanut butter (bit less than a tablespoon) and just a few raisins. I love their chewy texture. Thank you so much for the recipe! 🙂

  74. BryAna says:

    When you added berries how much did you put in? Would frozen berries work as well?

  75. Dawn says:

    I tried these this morning. I made it into 6 cookies and I calculated 68.333 calories for each cookie. I could definitely taste the banana, but thought they were a little bland (please note that I did NOT put any fruit in them, just banana and oats). I spread a teaspoon of peanut butter on one and it was awesome! I’m going to try making them next time with the peanut butter mixed in, maybe two tablespoons?

  76. This just made my day! I’m so trying this out tomorrow! I would probably try adding some blueberries and chia seeds for a kick but that’s what’s great about them you can add anything if you wanted too:)

    1. Sundown says:

      OH you think that you can predict someones craveing’s! Because I eat oatmeal sausage peanut
      butter toast milk!!! then one min. latter I crave Polish sausage with rice and gravy! Then for
      lunch Eggs salsa tuna or oyster’s with lots of salsa and dinner IT depend’s on the mood I’m in
      for that night.

  77. Jasmin says:

    I made these with regular oats and they were a bit too dry but I still gobbled them all up! I also added chopped dates… yummy! Thanks for the recipe cassey!

  78. Leila says:

    I just made these!!! Omg Cassie. They are AWESOME. Please, make more of these kind of recipes! <3

  79. Pernille says:

    I just made these with raisins, and it’s great! And making them was so easy and simple and quick, what an amazing recipe! Next time I’m gonna try with cinnamon. 🙂

  80. Hazel Reader says:

    These are very good, although next time I will add some other fruit or cinnamon like people suggested.
    For those asking about the nutritional content, I did some research:

    1 Cup of oats = 607cals, 11g fat, 26g protein
    1 medium banana (7-8″ long) = 105cals, 0g fat, 1g protein.
    So total 712cals, 11 fat, 27 protein.

    Hmm I better share mine out, didn’t realise a cup of oats was so high cal!

    1. Katie says:

      1 cup of oats is NOT 607 calories. Most brands are about 300 cals for a cup, with 6g fat and 10 g protein.
      So the total would be more like 405 cals, 6 fat, 11 protein. Definitely nothing to worry about!

      1. Leonie says:

        I measured my cup of oats and it was
        290 cals for 1 cup of oats and
        98 cals for one medium banana (110g)

        which made it 388cals total 🙂

        1. Asha says:

          Yeah… 1 cup of oats (dry) is 300 calories, not 600……. So the whole recipe is about 400 calories.

  81. Noa says:

    What’s the nutrition value for the whole recipe? I was also wondering, can we eat these cookies in any of your meal plans?

  82. CookieMonster:) says:

    I am an absolute sweet tooth and i find it hard to keep to earing plans because of all the boring salady foods!!! you have totally saved me with your recipes Cassey! i loved this cookie recipe because it was so sinple and delicious ^_^
    I added an egg white to mine to make them stick better and sprinkled them with cinnamon!! <3

  83. nessa says:

    I used less oats and made it into one giant cookie… It was AMAZING!!

  84. Cristina says:

    How many calories does one serving have?

    1. Asha says:

      The whole recipe is about 400 calories.

  85. anio says:

    Hi Cassey, I’ve been making this type of cookies from time to time for myself, tried sooo many options (sunflower seeds, cocoa powder, bran, shredded coconut… each one was good) and my favourite option is with chopped pear and cinnamon. You should try this!

  86. My turned amazing with rasins and cinamon <33333
    here my photo

  87. Bee says:

    THANK YOU!!!
    Another all time favorite.

  88. Kori says:

    I wish I could eat bananas 🙁 Has anyone found something else that substitutes well??

    1. Asha says:

      A mango might work. I think the texture is about the same as a banana (though if you do use mango, they’ll probably have a stronger fruit flavor).

  89. Krystal says:

    Another reason why these are great is because the natural sweetener in bananas (fructo-oligosaccharides) are non-caloric, meaning they are not easily digested, and doesn’t add calories 🙂

  90. Sharon says:

    This is amazing!!! All natural and healthy! Tastes delicious as well! 🙂
    Thanks Cassey!

  91. candy says:

    Thank you for sharing these recipes! Im going to make the pancakes for my kids in the morning. Im also going to make the cookies. They sound so healthy and tasty!

  92. Nara says:

    i really like this idea, but is there any way i can substitute bananas? i’m allergic 🙁

  93. Connie says:

    Cassey, this is awesome !!! will try it out and make it as one of my simple breakfast ~ thanks for sharing dear 🙂

  94. Dora says:

    I tried them tonight. 🙂 They are very good. Picky husband loved them, too. Hihi Love how you can use any kind of fruit in them (besides bananas). This is a new way I can eat my oats. :))) Thanks!!!

  95. Ann-Kathrin says:

    Some Weeks ago you shared another healthy cookie recipe on Facebook, it was with bananas, oats, apple sauce, raisins…made those and they where good! These here sound good too, and even easier and quicker. Maybe I’ll try them tomorrow.

  96. Natasha says:

    Thank you so much for this! Only yesterday I decided to give in and buy those processed bars…..now I don’t have to eat them. I can make this. You are awesome Cassey!!

  97. Cassie says:

    I added 2 tbsp of natural peanut butter & a few drops of pure almond extract to mine! Sooo good!!

  98. Niki says:

    Is an alternative to using bananas?

  99. hannah says:

    how long would you be able to store these for? and should you keep them in the fridge? thanks!

  100. Julie says:

    Can’t wait to try this!! I’ve been eating sooooooo many bananas since I became addicted to your blog, the best!

  101. Josie says:

    sounds awesome,
    i am gonna add two tbsp of peanutbutter to this, because peanutbutter makes everything better 🙂 plus more protein

    thx cassey

  102. Lauren says:

    Hey Cassey!

    Such an awesome recipe. I’m always looking for easy but healthy recipes (especially ones that satisfy my sweet-tooth!) 😉

    Since Thanksgiving is so close, any way you could do an easy but healthy pumpkin pie recipe?? That would be so cool!

    xo! Keep up the good work.

  103. tee says:

    omg! bless you cassey…i am dying for a sweet treat (holidays and all) but refuse to give in to a craving. i know a lot of people allow themselves a cheat meal or even a cheat day but I have not earned that yet and I am afraid I will spiral out of control. Especially with all the holiday “goodies” in the stores now. From now (really Halloween) until Christmas is that time when it is so easy to get off track! this should take the edge off!
    thanks so much!

  104. kat says:

    O.M.G. Just made these in literally 2 minutes flat – AWESOME! I added some mixed spice and raisins instead of cranberries and they are delicious! New fave.

  105. Virginia Webster says:

    Thanks! I’ll have to try this sometime.

  106. April says:

    I’ve been making this exact same thing for a couple of days, except in the microwave! 🙂 You end up with a little banana muffin if you put it in a mug. I use 1/2 cup rolled oats + 1 banana and cinnamon! It will also work if you use pumpkin puree, and maybe even sweet potato, though I haven’t tried yet.

    If I feel like making them into cookies, I scoop out the “batter” with a tablespoon and space them out on a microwavable plate and nuke them for about 2-4 minutes! It’s awesome 😀

  107. Sharon says:

    THESE COOKIES TASTE LIKE HEAVEN OH MY GOODNESS I’M DYING WITH EXCITEMENT! I am a no brainer in baking, but this morning I thought I should give it a go. BAM! It was such an enjoyable experience, mashing bananas with oats, the abscence of guilt ( you know, that flour and sugar AND brown sugar in usual recipes) then I put them into the oven.. Tick tock.. VOILA! 20 minutes of waiting was paid off! I can’t thank you enough for this amazing discovery that has changed my whole life!

  108. Vidya says:

    And it’s vegan!!! 🙂 awesomeness

  109. Jayne says:

    Not being funny but these are exactly like the Tone It Up 3 Ingredient Cookies. x

    1. Jasmin says:

      actually no, tiu uses protein powder in theirs

  110. Vanessa says:

    They look so good, might try this one!
    Would love if you did a little video on this 🙂

  111. Asiya says:

    I am so gonna do this for tomorrows ”snack” will try with a satsuma too… <33

  112. Anna says:

    Cassey, I don’t have an ofen! You think, I can microwave it?
    This looks delicious!

  113. Kari says:

    I am going to make these tonight with my daughter. So easy!

  114. Nastya S says:

    Looks soo goood : )Thanks for sharing this recipe Casey! : )

  115. Mariam says:

    Can we use steel cut oats with this recipe? Or do they have to be the quick cooking kind?

    1. Allie says:

      This is what I’m wondering too!

      1. Leonie says:

        You can, I tried it and it works 🙂 Although I would have liked mine to be a little sweeter, but I will add some Stevia next time or just reduce the amount of oats per banana 🙂

  116. Liz says:

    How many servings would you say 1 banana and 1 cup oats makes?

  117. Angelina says:

    Looks great! How many servings does this make and how many calories?

    1. Sam says:

      Hey I just made these and they made 12 mini cookies : ) Yummy. Enjoy