Banana – Oatmeal – 21 Day Fix Approved Cookies


21 Day Fix Approved Banana Oatmeal Cookies

I was craving something sweet and cookie-like. I had never tried these cookies before so I thought I’d give them a try.

They were SUPER simple to make!

1 cup oats
2 ripe bananas
1/4 cup chopped pecans
2 tsp cinnamon

Mash ingredients together and cook at 350 degrees for 10 minutes. Top with 1 tsp. chocolate.

This recipe makes 6 cookies – 2 cookies count as 1 yellow treat (plus 1 tsp if you add the chocolate chips)

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  1. These are my GO TO snacks for the kids…if you take a few seconds to throw in a dash of vanilla and a goooood amount of cinnamon. Ohhhhh what a difference that makes!! And I don’t think that adds calories (if you don’t mind the calories you could also toss in some coconut :D)

    Ps These snacks last much longer (and I think they’re tastier) if kept in the fridge. I make a HUGE batch with like 6 bananas for the kids and put them in the fridge or freezer to last us a few days.

  2. In terms of the 21 day fix, do 2 cookies only count for 1 yellow container? Or 1 yellow and 1 purple container because of all the banana?

  3. I stumbled upon you on Pinterest while searching for “meal planning for breastfeeding moms”. I haven’t tried any of your recipes yet, but was hoping you might have some advice on transitioning into this lifestyle. We eat pretty well overall, here, but I’m trying to eat better foods that will pump up my supply without pumping me up (?)
    Also, meal planning is hard.

    • Hey Kate!
      Yes, meal planning is hard!! My biggest tip is to try and keep it as simple as possible. Make large batches of things and repeat meals. Rotate the same two breakfasts and lunches. Eat meals that only require a few ingredients (If you check out the recipes tab here on my blog, you’ll find that most of my recipes are 5 ingredients or less) And don’t be afraid to fail your way to success.

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