4 Reviews

These should not be considered "cookies". Really, this recipe should be called "build your own energy bar/snack recipe". I'll make this again, but probably as a bar, and with more add ins. As-is, it's very gummy, and a little bland...and I added peanut butter and sugar on top! It's all good as long as you're not expecting this to be a cookie or a dessert. Still, it was easy and fine for my tastes.

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SarahSmiles117 November 11, 2015

Great recipe and so simple to make! Perfect for snacks or breakfast on the go!

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anniesnomsblog August 31, 2015

As a diabetic this recipe really intrigued me. I must say it exceeded my expectations. I like my cookies a little sweeter, so I will add a little Splenda or (pure/organic) honey to sweeten them up. <br/><br/>I give them 4.5 stars, but the real test will come when my grandkids try them.

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irwind_45150_11818432 June 29, 2013

I had to try these! these were honestly pretty good! I did use apple cinnamon instant oatmeal added some chopped pecans. for only having two ingredients these defiantly helped my craving for a cookie...lol without the guilt! I will make these again!

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anniek36 May 10, 2013
2 Ingredient Cookies