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Banana Oat Chocolate Muffin Top Cookies Link Up and Giveaway


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I love making muffins. They are quick and easy and a favorite “quick” breakfast. One of my favorite muffin recipes is for Multigrain Blueberry Muffins. I use this recipe as a base and often change the grains based on what I have around the house. It’s hard to mess this one up and it’s a healthy treat my kids love!

For this month’s Kosher Connection link up, we decided to do a blog swap. We were each anonymously assigned a different blogger and asked to make one of their recipes. I laughed when I was assigned to Lil Miss Cakes, a baking blog mostly showcasing my neighbor and friend, Melissa’s gorgeous cakes. As a Dietitian who likes to bake, I stick to cookies and bundt cakes, I knew that I was not going anywhere near those works of art. But when I stumbled on these muffin top cookies I knew I found my perfect recipe.

The kids couldn't wait

I made a couple of small modifications to her delicious recipe, by choosing whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose flour, adding some dark chocolate chips and skipping the glaze, an extra step (and some extra sugar) I just didn’t need. The results were a hit!!! Keep in mind they are more muffin than cookie and crumble easily. But don’t worry, there won’t be many crumbs left on your plate.

Banana Chocolate Oatmeal Muffin Top Cookies


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About Tamar Genger MA, RD


Tamar lives in New York and is the mother of three amazing children, a Registered Dietitian, professor of Nutrition, and as you can probably guess, a foodie! Tamar loves to travel with her family and visits kosher restaurants wherever she goes. Although she loves the sights, she spends more time talking about the restaurants and food she ate! As a mom and a nutritionist, Tamar tries to balance her passion for healthy cooking with her insatiable desire for chocolate!




14 Responses to Banana Oat Chocolate Muffin Top Cookies Link Up and Giveaway

  1. Moist, soft cookies — they dunk better than the crispy ones. I love these and agree about the glaze.

  2. I have to make this for my class, in the fall. This would go over with them and they will love their new morah.

  3. These looks beyond amazing! Perfect for the cookie craving!

  4. avatar says: Linda

    where can I find the recipe for the cookies, Banana Oat Chocolate Muffin Top. Can’t seem to find them and I don’t have a twitter account and really don’t want to have one. Is there one some where else on here? Help?

  5. Another banana recipe! I have way too many bananas in my freezer. I may make this for my shabbat guests.

  6. I’m printing out this recipe so I can make these cookies asap!

  7. THis is the type of cookie I wouldn’t feel overly guilty about if I brought a whole batch into the office to share. But I’m sure there would have to be multiple batch to fit the demand!

  8. I love dunkable cookies that are not too sweet- these look like they fit the bill perfectly!

  9. avatar says: Sina

    my kids (and I, of course) LOVE oatmeal cookies. I need to try this recipe soon

  10. Muffin tops are the best part! I love the idea of muffin top cookies, and I know my kids would love them too.

  11. I love the combo of banana and oats. My kids would love these too!

  12. You made me so proud! I like your addition of the chocolate chunks, I will have to try that.

  13. Really like the modifications you made to the recipe. Less sugar and more fiber you cannot go wrong with that!

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