Monday, April 7, 2014

Drool worthy cookies.

Yeah you read that. Let me introduce to you...BANANA BUTTERSCOTCH COOKIES!


Yeah, you're welcome.

All you need are 4 ingredients, and you probably already have them all. I literally can't remember if I've blogged about this recipe before, but you know what? If I have, twice can't hurt. These cookies are insane...and by insane I mean so freaking tasty I can eat 8 of them in like a minute.


All you need;

A box of yellow cake mix (any brand is fine)
Butterscotch chips
2 cups oats (I used whole grain)
3 large, very mushy bananas

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Get out a large bowl and mush the bananas together until they are at a paste-like consistency.

Then, add in the yellow cake mix. Only do a LITTLE AT A TIME, its a little easier to stir that way!

Add in 2 cups of oats (also do a little at a time), and to answer your question, YES its going to get very, very, verrryyyy thick! Like, you'll have a serious arm workout...I much prefer doing it this way so I don't have to spend 30 minutes cleaning out my kitchen aid mixer!



Last, add in your butterscotch chips. Use half the bag, or use the whole bag. Honestly, I use almost ALL of it every time!!


Once you have that all mixed up, place teaspoon sized (or just slightly bigger) portions on a non-stick cookie sheet. 



Bake for ONLY 12-13 minutes. No longer or the butterscotch starts to burn to the pan (trust me). Don't keep them in longer waiting for them to "brown" either, remember these are cake cookies and are supposed to be moist (ugh, that's my least favorite word...but I had too).


Once finished, remove from the cookie sheet and place them on racks to cool for 5-10 minutes! Once they are cool, you'll immediately want to place them in a sealed container to keep them soft!

This makes a ton of little cookies, so be hungry when you make these. Can't wait to see what you guys think!

12 comments:

  1. Yep...I'm going to need to try these out. Yum!!

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  2. Interesting! Any amount of butterscotch chips for me would be "the whole bag minus the ones I just ate by the handful..."

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  3. There are so many recipes I want to make using bananas, including this one now, but every time I try to save bananas, they are gone. I have a banana thief!

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  4. Wow....I never would have guessed this combination, but now I'm curious.

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  5. ok butterscotch i can do but bananas and butterscotch i'm not sure...

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  6. Yum!!! Those sound so good! I can't wait to try them.

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  7. Those look way too good! I think I have all of those ingredients at home too! :) Thanks Kayla!

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  8. I actually can't even believe it. That looks so incredibly tasty that it's not even funny! P.S. you can totally blog about this every day and I wouldn't even be mad!

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  9. Those look so good and easy to make! I love butterscotch chips they are my favorite!!

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  10. Girllllll. Thank you for this - so good!!!

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  11. this look so good and fairly easy to make. thanks for sharing!

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  12. These cookies look amazing! I have some brown mushy bananas right now, looks like I will be making this recipe this weekend! :)

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