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02 Aug 2011

Oat Surprise Cookies

posted by: Kia

My friend Deb shared a recipe for a cookie/chewy bar that really appealed to me because it’s healthy and VERY easy to make.  What a great combination!  This is also the perfect recipe to make with your kids, in fact my daughter only needed my help with the oven!

What you’ll need:

3 or 4 mashed bananas
2 cups of oats
1/2 cup of raisins
Cinnamon  A dash will do unless you’re like my daughter who feels the more the better!

Directions:

1. Peel and mash bananas
2. Stir in oats
3. Add raisins and sprinkle with cinnamon
4. Roll into balls or fun shapes and spread on baking sheet
5. Bake at 350 for approximately 15 mins

Healthy Treats!

Once they cool get ready to enjoy these tasty treats!!

Happy Healthy Eating
Kia

is a mom and the creator of the Today I Ate A Rainbow kit; a tool that helps parents establish healthy habits by setting the goal of eating a rainbow of fruits and vegetables every day. Kia is passionate about creating tools that help parents raise healthy kids!

 

One Response to “Oat Surprise Cookies”

  1. Heidi says:

    I wanted to thank you for publishing these great recipes. These cookies are a huge hit at our house and Im so grateful that there is a yummy, healthy cookie. Im also happy that I can finally eat raw cookie dough-LOL! Ive also added unsweetened organic coconut to the cookies to give them a little more fat for my little ones. They are yummy!

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