Rasberry Freezer Cookies

Posted On September 1, 2010

Filed under Rasberry Freezer Cookies

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1/2 cup oats

1 tsp raspberry sf jello

1 scoop whey protein

sweetener to taste

Pour a slight amount of water over the oats.  Just enough to barely cover them.  Microwave for 1 min (or just pour a little bit of boiling water over them)   Make sure you don’t use too much water. They will be really gooey.

Add rest of ingredients.  Plop on a plate and freeze for about 10 min. 

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12 Responses to “Rasberry Freezer Cookies”

  1. edenseats

    yay pictures!

  2. april

    Yum these sound great! you are so creative! do you eat them right out of the freezer?

    • fitnesscook

      I do! If u wait too long they get mushy :). …and thanks’

      Sent from my iPhone

  3. Mary Beth

    Mine are in the freezer now!! I used lime jello though, it’s all I had.

  4. Mary Beth

    Can’t compare to the berry, since I haven’t tried that yet but the lime were SO refreshing!!! Definitely will make these again!! Thanks 🙂

    • fitnesscook

      You are soooo welcome! I have a few more freezer cookie recipes…might have to add lime to the mix ; Glad you enjoyed them. Something different, right?

      • Mary Beth

        I love the freezer idea. I ALWAYS put my cookies in the fridge or freezer, so these are great!!
        I tried them with a TB of pistachio pudding mix in place of the gelatin tonight and they are SUPER!!! Definitely try that one.

      • fitnesscook

        YUM! Thank for sharing that suggestion!

        Sent from my iPhone

  5. joan

    Yum! I made this last night, Yum!….didn’t add in pp…still a refreshing treat!

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