Guilt-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies



Yesterday I learned that butter and sugar are not the most important factors for a delicious chocolate chip cookie.

This was a very exciting discovery since I’m trying to eat more clean these days. I have to give credit to Curls ‘n’ Chard for the recipe, which I found on this Pintrest board.

Sometimes the healthy version of indulgent foods turns out bland, dry, chalky, etc. But I was so impressed with these cookies! To be honest, they taste like little chocolate chip banana breads, so if you’re not a banana fan you might want to find another substitute.

Speaking of bananas, that’s one of the three recommended ingredients. I also added a dash of cinnamon, a splash of vanilla, and a pinch of salt to the mixture. I suggest mashing and mixing until your arm wants to fall off.

I scooped large spoonfuls of the “dough” onto a cookie tray–these cookies won’t spread out so go ahead and put as many as possible on the tray!–baked at 350 for 18 minutes, then happily stuffed my face.

I first made these cookies for me and Mike Monday night as a Bachelor snack at our Brooklyn apartment. I loved them so much that I made them at home in New Hampshire last night.

You’ll need a big glass of milk for these! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

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