Sweet Potato Low-Fat High Fibre Cookies

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

Yummy and low calorie!!


  1. Take ¼ of a sweet potato, strip the skin off, and mash it down on a plate. Toss the sweet potato in a bowl, and poor half of 1/3 a cup of water inside the bowl. Mix the water with the sweet potato. Then, add the cinnamon and splenda in, and mix. Then, put 1-cup of oatmeal in, mix, and add another half of 1/3 a cup of water, and mix well. You can add more water if needed, but be very careful not to make the mixture to soft.
  2. After this, pull out a cookie pan, spray it with Pam, make cookies with the batter using your hand, and place them on the pan. It should come out to about 8 cookies.
  3. Finally, place the pan in the oven for 20 minutes, at 350 degrees. Take the pan out, set the cookies on a plate, let it cool, and eat!
  4. Enjoy!
  5. It tastes pretty good, and is a great switch up from ordinary oatmeal. Also, its very portable, so good to take on trips. The only other thing you would need is some protein.
Most Helpful

5 5

Really delicious!! These went over great in my household! Just made my second batch and will continue to make these all the time. I added in some chopped dried apricots and replaced the splenda with 16drops of liquid stevia. Turned out great!

4 5

yummm. i did discover the sweet potato has to be baked first of it won't mash. i used 1/2 of a sweet potato, 1 cup oatmeal, the cinnamon, 2 packets splenda, and just over the 1/3 cup of water, and it came out perfect :-)

4 5

I actually think these could have used less sugar. They are very good for a health-conscious person, such as myself, but definitely are not the kind of cookie you'd serve to guests. Very quick to make, delicious and nutritious!