Healthy Oatmeal Cookies – Simple Ingredients, Simple to Make

 

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Directions. Step 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Soak raisins in hot water and set aside.

Advertisement. Step 2. In large bowl, sift flour with soda, salt and spices. Blend in rolled oats, sugar and nuts. In a separate bowl, beat eggs with fork and Step 3. Bake 10 to 13 minutes.

Serves: 12 cookies. Ingredients: Liquid ingredients: ½ cup olive oil ½ cup all natural honey 1 egg 1 tsp vanilla Dry ingredients 1 cup flour (wheat is healthiest) 1 ½ cups oatmeal 2 tbsp cinnamon (more or less, depending on your tastes-I recommend more!) ½ Tsp baking soda ½ Tsp salt ½ Tsp baking powder ½ Tsp. Preheat oven to 350° and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. In a medium bowl, whisk together oats, flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt.

In a. Healthy oatmeal cookies made with no refined sugar, no flour and no eggs – but packed with flavor! The texture is similar to a granola bar, but softer. All seven ingredients take just minutes to prepare! When my second daughter was born with food allergies in 2013, I sought to create a healthy oatmeal cookie she could eat that had both nutrition and taste but contained no dairy or egg.

Healthy Oatmeal Cookie Recipe | How To Make Healthy Oatmeal Coconut, Raisin & Chocolate Chip Cookies Duration: 2:08. Joe Duff The Diet Chef 47,930 views 2:08. You can use quick cooking or instant oats (they are the same thing as old fashioned, just cut into smaller pieces), though it’ll change the texture a bit. I recommend the old fashioned oats. If you like a simple spiced oatmeal cookie, try adding 2 teaspoons of cinnamon and a 1/4 teaspoon of cloves and nutmeg.

Simply stir together the egg, butter, sugars, and vanilla and stir vigorously to combine (your bicep should be burning). Mix in the dry ingredients, then gently fold in the chocolate chips. Scoop the cookie dough onto a baking sheet and bake for roughly 10 to 13 minutes. In a mixing bowl whisk together flour, cinnamon, baking soda, baking powder and salt for 20 seconds, set aside.

In the bowl of an electric stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment cream together butter, brown sugar, and granulated sugar until combined. Mix in. In a medium bowl, cream together butter, white sugar, and brown sugar. Beat in eggs one at a time, then stir in vanilla.

Combine flour, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon. Ingredients. 1/2 cup chunky peanut butter. 1/2 cup packed brown sugar. 1 large egg.

1-1/4 cups quick-cooking oats. 1/2 teaspoon baking soda.

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Make the cookies: Combine the almond flour, granulated sweetener, oat fiber, cocoa powder, and salt in a food processor; add the coconut oil and egg whites and process into a thick dough.

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Toss 3 cups rolled oats with 2 tablespoons vegetable oil or melted butter on a rimmed baking sheet and spread in a single layer.

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Hearty cookies made with oats, wholemeal flour and less sugar than shop-bought versions.

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Chop 1 small apple* and mix with a 6-ounce cup of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt,* along with 1/4 cup dry raw or toasted rolled oats and 2 tablespoons unsalted raw or dry-roasted walnuts,* or layer the ingredients parfait-style.

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butter, oven In to sugar, a 350°F. separate and golden bowl, stir syrup together together the until flour, pale oats, and baking fluffy, soda, then and salt, then fold into the butter mixture, followed by the raisins and pine nuts or sunflower seeds.

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  • Hi,

    Can I check how to keep the cookies crunchy for days. Here is Singapore the weather is hot and humid. So within 2 days the crunchy of the cookies is gone.

  • hey… four different ways… (different flavors)… ⅓ cup raisins, & walnut, & almond, & 2tsb peanut butter… maybe i should start my own cooking channel….

  • I followed this recipe twice and idk if I creamed the butter too much in the KitchenAid mixer. It tastes great though! I just didn’t get to set them in balls because it was so sticky… But again, it still tasted sooo good! My husband loves it!

  • just tried it, and wowwww. It tastes amazing. It’s chocolaty and I can taste a little bit of the salt (i only put the salt inside the dough). Next time I will try to reduce the amount of the sugar, for me personally it’s too sweet (because my choco chips is the milk choco already)

  • I tried this with rolled oats and left it for 20 mins as suggested, before putting on the tray. After cooking they came out looking like pattied mush with raisins. You can’t see any oat shapes. I hope they taste better than they look! ��
    Update: These don’t taste that good. They’re rubbery. I won’t be making them again. ��

  • 1 cup flour
    1/2 teaspoon baking powder
    Whisk it

    1 half cup of butter
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/3 sugar
    2/3 brown sugar
    Mix
    1 egg
    2 teaspoon vanilla
    Room temp
    Add flour
    1/2 oats
    1 cup of chocolate chips
    375 for 8-10min

  • You should make a teenager workout plan, based on the idea of building mass, endurance, strength etc… it would be perfect if it was thinked for people who has no time, so they can concentrate in studying…

  • Hands down the best cookies I’ve made. It made its way to my recipe book. Also, the tips on fluffing your flour and measuring them came really handy:)

  • i love this channell, my mom breast feeds a baby and the baby is alergic to milk eggs glower and all that jazz so i will bake and make some of these to suprise her❤️��

  • I just pulled my out of the oven. They r great. And they r very sweet from all the natural sugar in the banana. Added bonus, they make awsome dog treats of u keep chocolate out of the mix.

  • Hey everyone I’m symphony!

    So basically I been making these cookies for 3 and a half months and I love them
    So if you think these cookie aren’t good we’ll your wrong!!!! I love these cookies and like yesss try them 😉

  • Great video! I was searching for a recipe like this.
    Will these cookies remain fresh for a week if I store them in an air tight container in a refrigerator?

  • I made these yesterday and they were SO SO GOOD. Although they took 40 minutes in the oven they were super easy, not super sweet and the texture was perfect.

  • Thank you for sharing this recipe. I love oatmeal, but I need new ideas to process it more than just to be a regular bowl of oatmeal “porridge”. This is cool!

  • This oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are really amazing. I love these chocolate chip cookies. Thanks for sharing this recipe with all of us. Even i have a special oatmeal chocolate cookie recipe as well. Check out the recipe here:

  • I added 2 TBL of vanilla instead of 2 teaspoons and they did not come out well. LOL!
    spread real thin, would vanilla mess up cookies like that?
    love your show babe!

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  • I am absalutly going to make this recipe but, I was wondering if light brown sugar was the only brown sugar you can use. Love the channel and, hope you and your family are doing good with everything that is happening in the world.

  • Okay so I’ve made his chewy chocolate chip cookies, and OMFG sis let me tell you!
    You do NOT need to go to the gym to workout, try mixing by hand the cookie dough, tarts a real work out!
    Also, they came out delicious!

  • The cookies look super delicious. The method of preparation is easy too. Can you please tell me vegan replacement for egg. Also, can I use coconut sugar instead of the white and brown sugar.

  • I’m trying to make this cookie, but why my batter it’s runny and not firm like yours? I cut the brown sugar until it’s 100 gr cz I’m on diet. It’s that the problem? I hope refrigerator will solve this problem ��

  • This is my first time watching one of your videos and you are awesome! I love your dry humor and your recipe! I am now a subscriber

  • thanks you
    Today I made it delicious
    Another one here ����
    How to cook Coco Banana Cake?
    https://www.recip.network/2020/05/how-to-cook-coco-banana-cake.html

  • I have your vid saved for like a year or two and I finally,finally made this banana oatmeal cookie today. Hubby and I love this so much. Thank you❤️

  • Yummy! I never have quick oats, don’t like them. Can I mix some steel cut oats or oat bran into the rolled oats? If so, how much? And thanks for educating people that brown bananas aren’t rotten! That’s just sugar causing the spots. I hate when people throw them away. I can’t eat them unless they have some brown spots.

  • These were yummy!!! I made some without chocolate chips and peanut butter instead. I have to say the chocolate chip ones were way better ����

  • Made these yesterday amazing thanks! �� I’m on my weight loss journey so I digging something good and healthy so I came across these and their amazing thank you! Once again (:

  • Tried to be healthy, spent some effort to make this. But… they tasted awful. wondered if i made a mistake so I made another batch with some hazelnuts and more cocoa powder still tasted awful. Ended up throwing whole batch away now I wonder if it’s the way it tastes or my baking skill

  • i made this cookies yesterday for my granny and she couldn’t stop asking for more����but then i saw this video https://miniurl.pw/Iq3Y on youtube absolutely the best also

  • tried these today! I cut the recipe by half and added a teaspoon of vanilla and a dash of cinnamon, smelled super yummy. definitely on the chewier side which I’m usually not a fan of, but they tasted delicious.

  • (120g) 1 cup flour
    (3g) ½ tsp baking soda

    (60g) ½ cup unsalted butter room temp
    (5g) ½ tsp salt
    (65g) ⅓ cup granulated sugar
    (140g) ⅔ cup packed light-brown sugar
    1 room temperature egg
    (10ml) 2 tsp pure vanilla extract
    (135g) 1½ cups old fashion oats
    (150g) 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips

    Note:Cups are not the best on measuring weight

  • Hi John, I made these yesterday and OMG they were A-mazing!!!!! Exactly as you described. Loved the texture and very delicious. I will definitely be trying some of your other recipes. Great videos. Love your personality. ����

  • I made these today and they came out SUPER delicious. Chewy and sweet! I recommend this to everyone. It’s a great, healthy alternative to anything sweet you are craving. TRY THEM!! (I made a 2nd batch and added peanut butter for more flavor!)

  • Am I the only one who finds it odd they have their recipes as Celsius when they’re
    From the us….don’t know why it surprises me haha

  • You must cook the oats to release the vitamins. Cook the oats and eat that is healthy. Those chocolate chips are made with milk which is not healthy. Pasteurized milk raise’s the casin leaves to an unhealthy level. Do your homework. Eating milk chocolate for breakfast is not good. Make muffins with einkorn flour and carrots and raisins and bran.

  • Ohmygod i tried this and it isss deliciouss!! For someone who doesnt like the texture of the oats, i give this an A!!! Thank you for the recipe maam!

  • I followed thr recipe to the T but the cookies turned out too sweet, and by no means are they done baking for 10 mins! I had to bake them for 25 mins. Very disappointed with the proportions shared.

  • I really love this amazing banana cookie recipe. Best banana cookie recipe i have ever tried. Even here i have a special banana cookie recipe. Check out the recipe here:
    https://www.recipespack.com/banana-cookies-the-recipe-critic/

  • Fuck me, you put an egg in that and had the nerve to call it healthy. Those cookies have well over your daily allowance of saturated fat and cholesterol.

  • These look like fantastic! What would you substitute for the nuts in the recipes or could you just omit? We have nut allergies. Thanks!

  • Wondering if they could be dehydrated instead….??????I have made one with Oats, Apples, flax(ground) Hamp (ground) and cranberries, cinnamon and dehydrated them…….

  • How long can you keep them in the freezer for? Do you thaw them before microwaving or just microwave frozen?
    Im on a healthy eating streak and have lost 10kg.. these are finally a treat I can have!! Very excited.

  • Amazing ��thank you for those healthy recipes
    I make my cookies using mashed banana, home made apple sauce, oatmeal, cinnamon, and dark chocolate chips,,
    Delicious ��

  • really great! loving the style of these videos! one comment on the aesthetic-it’d be nice to see your logo at the end of the video or something, just so it doesn’t end so abruptly:)

  • Your chocolate cake post brought me here! Now am a new family member today
    I love making out new recipes as a family cook I am.. thanks for making me know you

  • Love this recipe! It’s perfect in the summer with some yogurt on top. I just stick them in the freezer for a little to firm up the yogurt, and it’s a healthy icing alternative.

  • Its so nice to see the food video! Especially before or after the workout, we can still maintain the health and keep track of the weight by having healthy snacks/meals! Thanks for the video and all the wonderful ideas!:)

  • I advise adding some salt when mixing it with nuts. I also added a tiny bit of honey to make it sweet with natural, healthy sugars.

  • I have tried it yesterday and I really want to say thank you so much for these great cookies. They’re so delicious and I’m so delighted that I found such an amazing recipe ����������

  • So….oatmeal (which turns to sugar) banana (which turns to sugar) and chocolate chips (sugar). Struggling to work out what is healthy about these cookies.

  • Thank you sooo much for this recipe! I made my recipe with a tbsp of cocoa powder and 1/4 cup chocolate chips and it was great. For 12 cookies it is roughly 80 calories a piece

  • Tried this recipe and mine turned out more like oat cakes than cookies, but they actually taste soooo good. My family aren’t ones for healthy alternatives but they loved these cakes, always asking me to bake them! You don’t even need to add chocolate, I add dried cranberries and seed mix and they taste amazing. They’re like homemade little energy balls, love them!

  • Made these last night after getting through one of your kickboxing videos.They taste really good! It’s hard to find a good oatmeal cookie recipe!

  • Was so excited to try this recipe but mine didn’t quite turn out. There seemed to be a lot of olive oil, I could smell it when i was done mixing up everything and thought the taste would bake out, but they tasted very olive oil heavy. Also, mine didn’t quite flatten out and stayed more like balls. I’m not sure if I did something wrong or others have had similar problems.

  • I made this twice and wasn’t disappointed. These were as healthy as you guys:P.. yum yum..I just substituted flour with whole wheat flour and made these exactly as yours. My friends raved abt these and praised nd I just said “Its kelly’s recipe”:)

  • I was out of vanilla but it turned out fine! I added sliced almonds and dried cranberries. So good! Thank you for the recipe and video:)

  • Doing this right now,just wondering if this could go into air tight container instead of freezing? If it is air tight how long can it last? Thank you.

  • Recipe:
    1 cup all-purpose flour 120g

    1/2 tsp baking soda 3g

    1/2 tsp salt 5g

    1/2 cup unsalted butter room temperature, 113g

    1/3 cup granulated sugar 65g

    2/3 cup light-brown sugar 140g, packed

    2 tsp pure vanilla extract 10mL

    1 large egg

    1 1/2 cups rolled oats 135g

    1 cup semisweet chocolate chips 150g

  • These look awesome can’t wait to try them! Can’t believe you guys are almost at 4 mil! (Actually I can you guys are awesome like that) but it’s just so crazy because I’ve been with you guys for 4 years and you have grown and improved and just wow!:) Love what you guys do, thanks for it all ����❤️��

  • Спасибо. Испекла, очень понравилось. Я ещё добавила в тесто отруби, кокосовую стружку, а сначала овсяные хлопья смочила небольшим количеством молока и оставила ненадолго, чтобы стали помягче. Очень вкусно и полезно!

  • I made this cookies today and they are really AMAZING! So simple and easy, but even more than delicious. I think everyone should try these. FB you are great, thank you for this recipe and all your amazing videos! You deserve even more subscribers.

  • I just made this and it’s so delicious. I swapped the cinnamon for cocoa and made a chocolate glaze from coconut oil, cocoa and honey for some double chocolatey experience!

  • These cookies have a wonderful texture. I made them with whole wheat flour and added chocolate chips, dried cranberries, walnuts and hemp seeds. The only change I would make is do not make them with extra virgin olive oil! They had a sort of “off” taste. Use a mild oil such as avocado or one with a pleasant flavor such as walnut oil. Otherwise great recipe!!

  • I made these with organic gluten free rolled oats, 2 organic bananas, organic Saigon cinnamon and Enjoy Life Dark Chocolate morsels and contain only unsweetened dark chocolate and cane sugar.
    ALL of their products are free from gluten & wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, casein, soy, egg, sesame, sulfites, lupin, mustard, shellfish, fish and crustaceans and are Non GMO.
    It only made 11 medium size cookies and I baked them at 350° for 12 minutes and they came out perfect. So yummy!

  • Omg really its perfeeeeeeeect this is so so easy thanks for this vidéo i love cookies but i dont buy baking soda for making cookies but ��

  • Right on time! I’ve been needing a healthy recipe for cookies!! thanks a bunch! And it’s fun to watch these recipe videos… great idea! 😉

  • Wow sounds so healthy, I’ll try it & I think it’s easy to pack for my college, could you upload more videos like this please ������

  • Looking yummy!
    If anyone needs the vegan version: 1 tbsp ground flax seeds/chia seeds + 2.5 tbsp water = 1 egg! Just make sure to let sit for 15min before combining with the rest.
    I’m quite sensitive to gluten so I substitute regular flour with almond flour or oat flour (I just grind oats in the food processor) combined with a banana.
    I’m enjoying these homemade recipes very much! Thank you Kelli and Daniel:)

  • I tried it today and I just can’t call that a cookie, it’s chewy and more like a banana bread, unless you’re desperate to eat something sweet don’t try it

  • This tastes so good �� I don’t like very sweet cookies, but this is the perfect amount of sweetness (placed raisins instead of chocolate).

  • Hey this recipe reminds me of https://youtu.be/Qwl4RCq5DuU
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  • I baked these and followed the recipe in grams and found them too sweet. I would decrease the sugar a little bit if you don’t want them as sweet

  • How long will the cookies with applesauce will stay out and inside the refrigerator, as it looks chewy and not crispy.
    What can be done to make it crisp?

  • I just made the 2nd recipe and they came out pretty descent, except mine was a bit dry but still chewy. I wonder if adding a tbsp or two of applesauce would help with that.

  • Here’s the recipe for the rest of the world:
    187 g oat
    2 banaenaes
    41 g chocolate chips
    Preheat at 175 C and Bake for 12-15

    you’re welcome B)

  • Ingredients

    Banana & Peanut butter Oatmeal cookies:
    2 bananas
    1/3 cup (85g) Peanut butter
    1/2 teaspoon Vanilla extract
    1 cup (150g) Quick oats
    1/4 cup (45g) Chocolate chips

    Chocolate Chip oatmeal cookies:
    1 1/4 cup (100g) Quick oats
    3/4 cup (90g) Flour
    1 1/2 teaspoon Baking powder
    1 teaspoon Cinnamon
    1/4 teaspoin Salt
    1 egg
    1/3 cup (106g) Maple syrup
    1/2 teaspoon Vanilla extract
    2 tablespoons Coconut oil
    1/2 cup (90g) Chocolate chips

    Applesauce oatmeal cookies:
    2 cups (160g) Quick oats
    2 tablespoons Dessicated coconut
    1 teaspoon Cinnamon
    1/4 cup (30g) dried Cranberries
    350 g (12.34 oz) unsweetened Applesauce

  • Thank you so much for this. I’m breastfeeding my little one right now and I found out that rolled oats boost milk production, but I’m so burnt out on overnight oats and still have a big container of oats… so I’m gonna make these instead!

    Confession: I didn’t even know that oatmeal and chocolate chips was a thing. Now that I know, these are probably my favorite kind of cookies. I love chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin separately, but both seem to be missing something… I guess you put the oatmeal with the chocolate and you get the best combo, lol.

  • This is a stupid question but is there a strong banana taste off these cookies? I’m really not a fan of banana but I don’t know what else to substitute it with other than applesauce.

  • Should i store it in the fridge?? Loved the first recipe btw ����. I eat it for breakfast everyday now, tastier plus more convenient than a bowl of porridge.

  • gluten-free, vegan…no shot, but better with organic oats, and raisins…. Unless that chocolate is 100% Cocao, organic oats, these are not healthy at all. Sorry, but oats, chocolate and bananas are all inflammatory aids and will spike your blood insulin through the roof w/ carbohydrates.

  • Hi. Thank you for the recipy but I must to have done something wrong, they didn’t looked anything like yours. Not crunchy at all, witch is characteristic of the oatmeal cookies. Why would that be?

  • If my husband������������ was here I would make a bunch of this snack for us right now. ������To eat warm dipped in milk. ������ Or to eat cool dipped in Milo (cocoa tea) or hot chocolate. ☕☕☕

  • These came out a weird consistency. I used 1 cup of oats but saw on the website it said 1 cup & 1/2? I also added some honey/maple for sweetness but the consistency of these were wet, and a bit to gooey and jelly like, even after being baked. I wonder if the extra oats would soak up that moisture a bit more.

  • I just cooked this!! It’s really delicious. Personally, I don’t really like sweet desserts so it was really good for me. After baking this, I’m going to look for more recipes for Healthy cookie �� Thank u for sharing ur recipes!!!

  • As im typing this im having these cookies right now:D they r super yummy. Love the crunch and the texture. I gave this 11 mins in my oven. 1st time trying ur recipe will def try more:)

  • Just tried the recipe today and it turned out great! I used the banana/oatmeal base and I made some with cacao powder+ peanut butter+protein powder and others with walnuts+raisins+cinnamon+honey.:)

  • Hey expert cooks!:) what could I use instead of the chocolate chips in the first recipe?
    I’m still a totally newbie in the kitchen, so any advices/types are very appreciated haha

  • Did I do something wrong? These were awful! I even measured 80g of quick cook oats. I love banana and was so hoping to find a healthy, delicious cookie as I started my weight loss journey a month ago. Unfortunately, it did not taste good at all. I don’t want to waste more bananas trying (and failing).

  • These would be bland because there’s no vanilla, no cinnamon, no allspice, no nutmeg even….
    You can even replace the 2 bananas with honey.

  • Thank you so much for all of your Amazing recipes! Especially the gluten free ones! I made the Banana recipe into muffins and added walnuts and a dash of cinnamon, delicious!!
    Be well,
    Nina from NJ

  • TheSeriousfitness This is a great quick recipe for cookies with only 4 grams of sugar and great tasting. Awesome work.Thank you for sharing. I still can’t figure out why would anyone have anything to say about whether it is 3 different ways or flavors or anything else. You didn’t charge for this idea.Shared it for free but I guess you’l always have someone say something about it when you have an incredible 734,312 views. �� Thank you once again

  • Looks delicious! I make similar cookies without recipe:) and are delicious but I am going to try this recipe too! because I always I am looking for different kind of options! healthy and delicious are my kind of food:)

  • Somehow I think the maker of this video had some special herbal ingredient in his cookies.
    Its good recipes but its filmed like an instruction video on possible chess moves.

  • Hello, I saw that you used quick oats in the recipe. I wonder if the instant oats will have any differences in the baking process? Thanks in advance!

  • FYI for diabetics use the bananas when still some green in them and leave out the chocolate chips.. make sure if you use cranberries make sure they have no sugar at all. Put in some type of nuts or cacao nibs.. of lots of cinnamon. I made a mistake and didn’t pay attention to the sugar.. my fault not @clean and delicious

  • Hi Lainy

    I just came across this video yesterday, made these cookies today and OMG they are light and guilt-free!!
    I topped each cookie with pecan cuz I just love pecans..
    For ppl looking for feedback: I highly recommend the recipe, give it a try..
    I may try them with dark chocolate chips next time instead of the raisins..

    Love all the way from Saudi Arabia ����

  • Great and simple. Slightly different to my no bake so will give this a try!
    Love your channel! I have subscribed so we can keep up with eat other ����

  • Hey guys. Need help
    I tried this recipe and they are really delicious �� but mine were pretty soft and tender and I wanted to get ones like crisp.??!!

  • I love the additional videos of the healthy food recipes and Kelly’s tales of her lifestyle and journey. I would LOVE to see some more behind the scenes videos of the studio where you film the vids, how you decide to come up with workouts, how you decide whose turn it is to do a workout, etc. You guys are just as interesting to us as your workouts are life-changing. And i’ve got the amazing body to prove it thanks to you!!!

  • on the go tip:
    i saw someone do this and they just microwaved the cookies for 30secs 1min and they still worked. softer, but still delicious

  • Hi. I made too many of it and I don’t want to bake all of it yet. How should I store it in the fridge? Or is it better to bake everything and just put it in the fridge and reheat?

  • I can not smoke marijuana anymore, nor inhale any other smoke due to health problems.

    Do any of you know if I can add marijuana to the batter and then bake.

    This is not a joke.
    I still want to continue marijuana, just not smoking it.

    I live in a state where leaf and edibles are illegal.

    Any help is appreciated

  • Thanks Sistah! I just made these = so easy + delicious!!
    ** Question: How long will they keep at room temperature? I want to take them to work with me.