Do you ever find yourself craving something sweet but are A: too lazy too make anything, and/or B: Need to watch your waistline?  Well this is just about the story of my life.  Now I wouldn’t call myself lazy when it comes to baking, just because I love doing it, but if I could make something delicious in 10 minutes, I’m doing it!  That is why Rice Krispie Treats and I are friends.  The inspiration for these cookies came from a combination of my love for 90 second cookies which I found on Lauren Conrad’s website, and my love for funfetti cookies.  The LC cookies are easy because cooking in a waffle iron speeds up the baking, and the funfetti because there are 3 ingredients!  Now only if I could combine the two… oh wait! I did!

4 ingredients, 90 seconds.

I am not going to come out and say this is a SUPER healthy cookie.  Cake mix alone is 178 calorie for 1/10  of the box.  This makes about 20 cookies, so around 89 calories from that, an egg is about 90 calories so that is 4.5 calories in a cookie.  Then you can judge how many chocolate chips you want, but I put in a cup which is 320 calories, which is 16 a cookie.  The banana adds about 5 calories to each, so all in all around 115 calories a cookie!

This will be a short blog because all you have to do is mix those ingredients, and scoop into a waffle iron.

Close it up, and about 90 – 100 seconds later….

Easy as that!  Definitely a perfect treat in all ways!  The best part is you  can definitely do variations.  Maybe chocolate cake mix and peanut butter chips?  Add some oats and raisins?  Your call!

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Banana Chocolate Chip Waffle Cookies

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
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Ingredients

  • 1 box Yellow Cake Mix
  • 1 large, ripe Banana
  • 1 large Egg
  • 1/21 cup Chocolate Chips

Instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients together. Spray waffle maker with non-stick spray, then scoop batter on top. Close waffle maker and cook between 90 and 100 seconds or until golden brown.

Nutrition

  • Calories: 115

 

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