Monday, September 29, 2014

Giant banana chocolate chip breakfast cookie

Giant banana chocolate chip breakfast cookie Simply Filling +1pp for the chocolate chips

Warning!!! This makes a huge breakfast cookie so if you're really hungry in the morning great if not find someone to share it with :)

1/2c oatmeal
1 egg beaten
1/2 banana mashed if really small you might need 3/4 of it
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 Tbsp sugar free pancake syrup or sweetener to taste
1/2 tsp baking powder
10 g mini semi sweet chocolate chips

Mix all together and bake in a toaster oven or regular oven for 18-20 minute or until set and starting to brown.

13 comments:

Jenn said...

If baking in my oven, what temp and for how long?

Suzanne said...

I would say the same but check it after 15 minutes.

Jenn said...

What temperature do I set my oven to?
Thank you!

Suzanne said...

Depending on your oven. My tends to be higher than most ovens so I'd cook it at 350. Hey you can also leave it in a couple extra minutes if you have to :)

Jenn said...

Thank you so much! It looks delicious!

L Ealley said...

When you say oatmeal is that cooked oatmeal, instant or regular? Thanks.

Suzanne said...

Uncooked I use quick oats

rabernethy said...

Wouldn't you also need to count points for the uncooked oatmeal used in the recipe? It's not a power food until cooked as breakfast oatmeal (to prevent people from baking with oatmeal as I understand it). That's why uncooked oatmeal doesn't have a triangle by it.

Suzanne said...

I have always counted oatmeal as SF it is baked which means cooked and as long as I'm losing I'll do it that way.

Lenore DeFranco said...

Can this be baked the night before an reheated in the morning??

Suzanne said...

Definitely it can even be eaten cold :)

rabernethy said...

That makes sense. Just thought to point out that WW doesn't consider it SF used this way, for others to consider if they want to count or not. That's why you don't see them use it in SF dessert recipes on their site.

I would probably count it myself, since WW states using it dry for baking is not SF. But clearly it's working for you! :)

Eileen C said...

I love this! I have it for breakfast a couple times a week and it is the only time that I'm not looking for lunch a couple hours later. I can go from 8 til 2 with this. Thanks!

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