The 2 Ingredient Cookie Taste Test

2 Ingredient Cookie TestYesterday, we posted an article about the 2 Ingredient Cookie recipe from The Burlap Bag. The two ingredients are bananas and oats and the recipe is so close to foolproof, I had to make some and test them out on three cookie experts. So I made a batch and in an effort to suck-up to the judges, mixed-in some chocolate chips. Here are the results:

  1. Kid A: Too chewy. I can’t eat the whole thing.
  2. Kid B: It’s not bad. I could eat more but just not now.
  3. Kid C: Don’t like bananas. Not going to try it. (my l’il commie)

Personally, I loved the 2 Ingredient Cookies and I could even do without the chocolate chips. It’s a great, “on-the-go” and healthy snack you can stuff in your pocket as you’re leaving the house. Skip the Snickers/Granola/PowerBar and give the 2 Ingredient Cookies a shot. I may try this recipe with applesauce next time and see how it goes. You’ll be the first to hear about my success or failure.


2 Ingredient Cookies From The Burlap Bag Is Our Awesome Recipe Of The Week.

2 Ingredient CookiesThere is so much to like about the 2 Ingredient Cookie recipe from the folks at Not only are they healthy but the simplicity of the recipe might encourage people to bake when they would normally just do a store-bought cookie run. Here’s the ingredient list:

  1. Oats
  2. Bananas

You can add-in chocolate chips, raisins, cinnamon, nuts or you can stick with the oats and bananas.

Mash two bananas [the riper the better] with one cup of oats. Mix-in the options you want and you’ll have approx. 16 cookies. Use a greased cookie sheet and then bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees and you’ve got your healthy, 2 Ingredient Cookies.

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