A slimmed-down version of a favorite childhood cookie, made in single-serve form!
A tasty, all natural little snack
I took out nuts and white chocolate
This is my version of this great snack using a melon baller to make small, bite size, cookie balls. You can have 3 for under 100 calories! They remind me of my favorite chocolate store candy-Haystacks, without all the calories and fat!
Healthified (but still addictive!) cookie dough. Tastes best frozen- chocolately, peanut-buttery, crunchy, doughy and a hint of yummy banana.
The traditional no-bake cookie w/o the chocolate and only half the sugar
These aren't good for you
Sugar-free, single serve version of the chocoate-oatmeal-peanut butter no bake cookies. Microwaves in minutes! Oh, vegan too.
healthy choco cooki... small cookies
THIS REMINDS ME OF NO-BAKE COOKIES
A nicely formed no bake cookie that has both fruit and fiber included.
This turns out a more fudge like texture, unless you store in fridge and eat cold (I recommend)
I always buy this at the health club, but it gets expensive. I made my own version and it's just as good, if not better than the health club's $5.00 version.
perfect for chocolate cravings!
It's fun to get your hands (or your kids hands!) into making this delicious protein-rich snack. A lower-calorie substitute for store-bought cookies that you have the pleasure of knowing you made them yourself! And it was EASY!
This recipe has been in my family for years. I do not know the original source. These are not healthy by any means. These are a comfort food from my childhood that I usually reserve as a birthday treat.
I found a way to take the plain out of my instant oatmeal for breakfast and I can eat the whole recipe for 307 calories!
Recipe from LoveVeggiesandYoga Blog: http://www.loveveggiesandyoga.com/2011/03/no-bake-toffee-chocolate-chip-cookie-dough-bites.html
A delicious, healthy and guilt-free treat.
no bake cookes
You can add protein powder and cranberries to these too!