Lauryn Evarts bakes a three ingredient cookies for Thanksgiving. Recipe is adapted by Cassey Ho, from Blogilates.

Don’t Binge on Thanksgiving— Bake These THREE Ingredient Cookies!!!

November 20, 2012
by
LAURYN

Lauryn Evarts bakes a three ingredient cookies for Thanksgiving. Recipe is adapted by Cassey Ho, from Blogilates.

Lauryn Evarts bakes a three ingredient cookies for Thanksgiving. Recipe is adapted by Cassey Ho, from Blogilates.

Ummmm….hello three ingredient cookie!

Just because it’s Thanksgiving doesn’t mean you have to shove your face full of shit.

Be smart.

Instead of feeling like beached whale after your linner [ lunch + dinner ],  try these cookies. They’re seriously the easiest little dimes on the planet + they’re delicious/healthy.

Need I say more?

Didn’t think so.

Grab some berries, oats, & two bananas and get your bake on.

Love.L

Three Ingredient Cookies

[ Recipe adapted from Blogilates ]

2 cups quick oats

2 bananas

1 handful of berries [ My pref: cranberries to keep it festive ]

+ Directions: pre-heat over to 350 F. mash together all of the ingredient in a bowl [ I used my hands; I know, ghetto, but it got the job done ]. Use a non-stick cookie sheet, roll your cookie dough into balls, & add to sheet. Throw these babies in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Voilà!

++ For a two ingredient pancake recipe, click here.

Lauryn Evarts bakes a three ingredient cookies for Thanksgiving. Recipe is adapted by Cassey Ho, from Blogilates.

Lauryn Evarts bakes a three ingredient cookies for Thanksgiving. Recipe is adapted by Cassey Ho, from Blogilates.

Lauryn Evarts bakes a three ingredient cookies for Thanksgiving. Recipe is adapted by Cassey Ho, from Blogilates.

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  1. Marikken

    Oh, just made these last night , but with 70% chocolate instead of cranberrys ! They turned out soo delicious ! Soft on the inside and yummy and crispy on the outside ! Sprinkled a little sea salt over them. AMAZING :)

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    1. laurynevarts Post author

      Yum! I have to try chocolate next time. How good does dark chocolate chips sound? Yummmmm!

  2. Megan

    These look amazing!! I made some healthy Paleo cookies to bring my parents to show them everything doesn’t need to clog the arteries over thanksgiving!!
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  5. Sara

    Just made these cookies with strawberries and cherry’. They look and smell amazing and I can’t wait for them to cool off! Your blog is really great. xoxo

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    1. Lauryn Post author

      Yum! I’ll have to try that- sounds delish! Thanks for reading & I’m flattered you love the blog, babe. X.

  6. Nicole

    I just tried these, but instead of berries, added some pumpkin (I’m a pumpkin fanatic, too), nutmeg, cinnamon, and a teeny bit of stevia to the mix – yum! Love your blog!

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