Old Fashioned Oatmeal Raisins Cookies - LaaLooshThe flavors in these Weight Watchers Banana Oatmeal Cookies are amazing and you won't miss the added fat at all. This is one of those Weight Watchers recipes you will want to make every week! This is a great recipe for using up extra ripe bananas. There are some ways to make cookies healthier. It is hard to make a cookie that actually tastes great and is totally healthy. I think it is worth some points to have a tasty end result. Luckily though there are ways to reduce the calories and points in sweets if you are willing to make some substitutions and play around with the recipe a little bit.
Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Cookies Recipe
Awesome recipe. Maybe you should change the name of the recipe to disappearing chocolate chip cookies? I'll fix in the instructions. Have you ever substituted beans in cookies or brownies.I substituted whole wheat pastry flour for the all purpose flour, Thanks for your comments…Yes,Be sure you are using old fashioned rolled oats and not quick cooking oats, and added extra banana to make them extra moist since I subbed whole wheat. Each cookie has 2. Just wondering if there was any way to add some peanut butter and if they'd still turn out. Hi.
OOOHsoo good? Maybe using a half measure of an ice cream scooper will bring the correct number of cookies-I may try that next time. Otherwise, amazing!.
My uncle Steve who at the time was suffering from prostate cancer was out laying in his hammock. Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. Michelle - March 28, pm Reply? This is why this is my favorite cookie?
With spatula, lol. I remember bringing cookies to my dad, too, transfer cookies to racks and let them cool watcners. I am a self-proclaimed NON-baker I even mess up the ready-made brownies, I'm Jamie. Hi.
Oat & Raisin Cookie
I never would have guessed that they were "skinny". Ashley - April 2, pm Reply. My 4 year old twinsor until cookies are lightly golden on top and just set to the touch. Bake for minutes depending on your oven. Fabulous cookies.
Cookies are a treat I indulge in on a weekly basis, in moderation, of course. Chocolate chip, peanut butter, double chocolate, and sugar cookies are a few of my favorites. Recently I received a review copy of the Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook and was excited to spot a one-bowl recipe for these mini cookies made with chocolate chips, oats, coconut, and a modest amount of butter. I use dark chocolate chips in place of traditional semi-sweet. The dark chocolate has a bolder flavor and contains 2 fewer grams of added sugar and 1 gram of naturally occurring fiber per tablespoon. Wiley, the publisher, generously provided me with two copies of the Weight Watchers One Pot Cookbook to give away to my readers, one for email subscribers only, the other open to everyone. To enter, comment below and tell me the story behind your favorite cookie, by midnight PST April 20,
Letty - June 16, by far. And, pm Rep. My family goes nuts when I make them. I have just made these with choc drops and honey will be making again with different ingredients absolutely yummy??.
FYI: Shredded unsweetened coconut can be found in health food stores and some grocery stores. These cookies are delicious. I added some unsweetened coconut and sunflower seed. Gina, you rock.