World’s Easiest Healthiest Cookie!

World’s Easiest Healthiest Cookie!

Hey POPsters!

I finally made a video for the easy oatmeal cookie I blogged and instagrammed about a few weeks ago!!! This time I added raisins and it tasted just like a real oatmeal cookie but no fat, added sugar, and anything unnatural!

I encourage you to give this easy cookie recipe a try. You will wow yourself and your fam with how simple eating clean really is.

12 EASY COOKIE S = 1 cup rolled oats + 1 banana + 1 min in the microwave

Hope you like! What kind of food do you wanna see me make next?

<3 Cassey

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  1. Camilla says:

    They look so delicious, Cassey!

  2. Camilla says:

    I made these this morning and they were super tasty! Thanks Cassey 🙂

  3. Charlotte says:

    Is There anything you can substitute the Banana for??
    since I am allergic

  4. Brooklyn says:

    Do you spray the plate before you put it in the microwave?

  5. Heidi says:

    I love these cookies! I make them several times a week. I usually make it with half a banana and 1 dl of oats. Mush it up, fill it with LOTS of blueberries (my hands, lips and tounge gets blue lol) and a little cinnamon. Delicius breakfast for cold days! I am going to make them for a after school snack, and I will try to fill them with a little of al natural peanutbutte 🙂

  6. Brittany says:

    These were really tasty with peanut butter for frosting. I think I will be craving these for breakfast now. 🙂

  7. Hannah says:

    Made these with double the banana and loved them so much more than with just 1! Gooey and almost like flapjacks. Really good with a bit of apple and cinnamon 😀

  8. Natalie says:

    OMG, I just made these, and I had 12 cookies originally, and ended up with 5 left over. my dad ate 3, I had 2 and my mom had 2. She HATES desserts but she really loved this! I added some raisons and craisons 🙂
    Next time, I’m adding only a few craisons and raisons, since I added too much and had trouble chewing them with braces, and some cinnamon! Thanks Cassey! These were awesome 🙂

  9. Irene says:

    How many calories are in one cookie?

    1. Carol says:

      Do the math.

  10. Elisa says:

    Whooaaahh They’re delicious!! I’ve just try it and I LOVE them. I made them with the oven, does anyone know if they taste the same with the microwave? Thank you Cassie I joined Blogilates yesterday and I’m already like a maniac!! Please put more recipes of easy food they are the best!

    Love from Spain

  11. Lena says:

    It actually took me 4 minutes to make this cookie, but it nonetheless, it still tasted great! (I did not add any raisins or craisins. A dash of cinnamon works well with this too!!)

  12. Cathy says:

    Can I use the cereal oats and honey instead of rolled oats?

  13. Klara says:

    Heey Cassey!
    Thank you so much for this recipe! I saw this video for less than half an hour ago, and I’m already sitting and enjoying them! 😀 Woow, they are super delicious and a perfect snack!

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  15. Vikki says:

    SIlly question perhaps, but do these taste a lot like banana?

    1. Kelita says:

      Actually not really if you bake them long enough! If you don’t really like the banana taste you can add in some unsweetened jam to mask the banana smell 🙂 even more yummy!

    2. Chloe says:

      No, I struggle with bananas but I couldn’t taste them in this!

  16. Anna Le says:

    Omg I just made these! So goood :-d

    Thank you Cassey!!

  17. John Witschi says:

    It’s the ‘beef jerky’ of the cookie world. They reminded me of bomb-shelter rations. But, to each their own. Thank you for taking the time to share.

  18. Amanda says:

    I made these with a teaspoon of natural, unsweetened cocoa powder and they were delicious! Great recipe post, thanks 🙂

  19. Ella says:


    Hurray for GF and easy recipes!
    Ella x

  20. Love easy cookies that are healthy too! this will def help curve my sweet tooth:D I made an AMAZING oatmeal recipe the other day and posted it onto my blog please check it out!

  21. Tia says:

    I just tried these cookies and their amazing! I told my family and they didnt think it would work but they looove them! Thanks so much for healthy cookies xD

  22. Rach says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you :’)

  23. Eleanor says:

    Does anybody know how long these cookies (the microwave ones) will keep? They sound delicious, though!

  24. Tor says:

    I made these with oat bran instead of oats (didn’t measure, but maybe a little less than a cup) and a mix of craisins and raisins. Soooo good, thank you Cassey!

  25. Anna says:

    just found out about you cassey and you’re awesome! just done three of your workouts back to back and my abs hurt so much. currently consoling myself with green tea while watching your recipe vids 🙂

  26. Hayley says:

    Mmmmm!! Just made these and they are so good! They literally took me only 10 minutes to make and the fact that they’re so healthy and clean make them THAT much better!! Thank you so much Cassey! Your recipes never fail to impress me. 🙂 <333

  27. Abby says:

    These are so delicious! I absolutely love them and will definitely be making them again!

  28. Inga says:

    I love you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Theses r the BEST cookies i have ever eaten (Yes i am a health nut and hate sugar) these are amazing :)))))))))))))))))

  29. Bailey says:

    These are amazing!!! I really wanted something sweet and I was nervous to try Jen but their so good!!!!

  30. twiheart12 says:

    OMG !!! you have made my day ! a cookie i can eat without feelin bad after !! tanxx u cassey !! <3 u r awsome ! 😀

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  32. Julia says:

    Hey Cassey,

    Can you put up some health gluten free recipes?

  33. Senta says:

    Would instant oats work instead of rolled oats?

  34. I already made them, but instead of oats I added some muesli and they are perfect for breakfast when you are in a hurry! Thank you Cassei!

  35. Lili says:

    What am I doing wrong? 1 banana, 1cup rolled oats, walnuts, 15min in a real oven at the temp suggested in her vid. It came out extremely dry and not sweet enough. Do I need the toaster oven and an extremely ripe banana? The microwave version also didnt turn out well.

    1. Monica says:

      Hey Lili!

      I would try using a moister filling first. I chuck a bunch of frozen berries in and they counteract the dryness of the oats. They are absolutely delicious and perfectly sweet once the berries heat up a bit. Even my boyfriend LOVES them and he usually isn’t into super-healthy tasting food! (I’m educating him, though, he loves Cassey’s banana pancakes too!)

      Definitely try these again because they’re totally worth it! Good luck!


    2. Samia says:

      Maybe your banana was too small? They vary a lot in size, so if it looked too dry, maybe add some water, or applesauce.

  36. Ida says:

    Wow that looks amazing! I’ve tried the banana pancakes and those where soo good and fresh! Can’t wait to try these cookies. I would love to see some good healthy Christmas candy:) and some easy lunch and dinner recipes:)

    Hugs from Sweeden:)

  37. Kelsey C. says:

    This is simply AMAZING!! As a college student who 1. can’t cook for her life and 2. has no time for it, it saved me this week from finals. I now have a guilt-free food to snack on during those long hours of studying, thanks!! Keep the food bites videos coming 🙂

  38. kat says:

    Totally addicted to these! I bring them to work for my post-lunch treat and they’re perfect, plus they travel well. (Going to have to invest in new booty shorts though, all these awesome recipes and #DashingDecember workouts means my other ones are all too big now!)

  39. regan says:

    Hi just made this with half a banana and half cup of rolled oats with added raisins, it made two good size cookies, how many calories would be in that approximately?! They taste great by the way 🙂

    1. Ally says:

      Between 200-250 total 🙂

  40. lessy says:

    How long do you oven it for? We don’t have a microwave.

    1. Laura says:

      “to oven” is my new favourite verb.

  41. Kimberly says:

    Thank you so much Cassey!! I just made these and they hit the spot!! Easy delicious healthy and the perfect breakfast cookie :)!!

  42. Mell says:

    do you think half a cup oats, 1 scoop protein powder and a banana would work?

  43. Mell says:

    what can I use instead of banana if I’m watching my sugar/carb intake? 🙂

    1. Paige says:

      There’s an awesome blogilates recipe for a Microwave Minute Muffin. 1/4 cup oats + 1 egg (whole or just whites). You can fruit or a sweetener to it if you want to.

  44. Anka says:

    I tried them but they were not really crunchy like cookies. Just soft and chewy…do I have to bake them even longer to get them crunchy?

  45. Mary says:

    Thanks! I’ve been looking for a good and healthy cookie for my middle school kids to make in class. We’ll give this a try!

  46. Annemarie says:

    I wonder if you added some protein powder and then changed shape, if they could also double as protein bars. Hmm…

  47. Emily says:

    These look so tasty! I think I might try making them for breakfast this week! Thanks Cassey!

  48. Aria says:

    I’ve been seeing this recipe everywhere! My favorite is subbing the banana with mango. Oh, and pumpkin! Love the cocoa nibs idea!

  49. Aria says:

    looks like there are lots of ideas/variations here!

    But personally, I like to just use protein powder + coconut oil + just enough water and making the most amazing chewy cookies in the microwave! I’m trying to lose weight so I’m watching the fructose, so this doesn’t require the banana and fits into my macros nicely. Great for workout recovery!

  50. Kate says:

    So I was craving something sweet, and checking my email when this recipe popped up… Logically I ran to the kitchen and made it right away. I added vanilla extract and apple pie spice (a premix- cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger… i think) because the oven was taking too long to preheat and I got bored. I have to admit, I was skeptical but they taste like “real” cookies… Great recipe, Thanks Cassey!

    1. Carla says:

      May I ask how much vanilla extract and spice?

  51. Krystal says:

    I just found your blog a few days ago and I just love it! You are so motivational and bubbly! Already tried a few of your workouts, it’s not often that I can laugh so hard and still be in so much pain! Can’t wait to check out these cookies!

  52. grace says:

    Wow what an awesome recipe! I’m going to try adding some whey protein to my recipe as well

  53. teilzeitDAU says:

    hm, why don’t you try it with shredded apples or chopped persimmons instead of bananas? or any other fruit that’s not too watery. would certainly work, too 🙂
    or apple sauce! or hokkaido or butternut squash! their texture is quite similar to that of bananas.

    ooh i’m getting inventive now 🙂

    1. teilzeitDAU says:

      hi emma, that post was actually meant in reply to yours.. i pressed the wrong button and it was posted as a new post… 🙂

  54. Brooklynn says:

    What temp (and for how long) would you bake them in the oven at? I don’t have a mirowave… 🙂 They look awesome!

  55. Emma says:

    Can you taste the banana in these? Would absolutely love to try them but I’m not a huge fan of bananas 🙁

    1. Aria says:

      try using a mango!

  56. Selma says:

    I gave these cookies a try yesterday and they’re definitely delicious 🙂 And the healthy part is such a great bonus!