This month’s Cooking Light magazine had this SDG (so darn good – if you didn’t read my earlier post today) recipe in it for Banana Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies. It’s easy and not too bad with the calories so I thought I’d give it a try. The cookies are moist and tasty with just the right of banana and chocolate flavor. I added some raisins to the mix too. What a treat! Here’s a picture of them.
The reason I said I had a surprise in my earlier post was because this probably was a surprise to my kids. I NEVER baked when they were growing up and never made cookies. The closest we ever came to having homemade cookies were the ones you break apart and bake. So I even surprised myself that I can make cookies! And they really are good and no artificial stuff – all natural ingredients and still low fat and calories – Yay!
Since we had a big lunch and I went to Open Mike Night (it’s always fun to see new talent come along) I had a snackie supper – you know – one that’s just kind of this and that of snack type food which I just call a snackie supper.
Some pretzels, wheat thins, sunchips, Sabra hummus (the best!), and some yogurt french onion dip from Kroger. I also had some of the faux fried squash from lunch that I heated up.
After supper I went back to the pool and did some water aerobics. Such a SDG day!