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Two Ingredient Cookies

Yeah you read that title right – cookies with only TWO INGREDIENTS! And no, butter and added sugar are not involved ๐Ÿ˜‰

I love me some chocolate chip cookies, but I’m not the biggest fan of baking. I go through phases with baking. Sometimes I love it, but most times I don’t feel like baking. The reason being? All the measuring and stirring and clean up. Not to mention my serious lack of counter space in my apartment.



But a few years ago Cassie from Blogilates (love her, here’s her website) posted a recipe for two ingredient cookies and since trying that recipe out years ago I’ve been hooked.

I love to make these cookies for an afternoon snack, or even for breakfast cookies. Yeah, they’re so healthy they can be eaten for breakfast. Score!


I usually add in some of my own ingredients though. I love the two ingredients as they are, but sometimes I like to spice them up a bit.

I’ve added cinnamon to these cookies I’m about to show you, but in the past I’ve added in chocolate chips, peanut butter, and a few times raisins. That’s what’s so great about these cookies, you can customize them!


The Cookies


  1. 2 bananas
  2. 1 cup of oats


However, I also added in 1 tsp of cinnamon.

The Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.
  3. Use your hands to form 4 cookies on a cookie sheet
  4. Bake for 15-20 minutes, depending on your oven
  5. Enjoy!


Easiest recipe ever, so it must not taste that great, right?


These are so delicious. I usually start my day every morning with oatmeal with bananas in it anyways, so this is perfect.

Trust me, you’ll love these!

What is your favorite simple cookie recipe?

Would you try these out?

As previously mentioned, I originally found this recipe years ago from Cassie on Blogilates.comย 

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Brooklyn Murtaugh

travel blogger

Hi! Iโ€™m Brooklyn, a Canadian whose aim is to see as much of the world as I can, on my limited vacation days. I work full time, and want to show you how it is possible to do just that, while still making use of those precious vacation days.

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