Yummy 5 Minute Banana Chocolate Protein Cookies

Finally An Easy Protein Recipe!

by ColossusFitness - June 1st, 2015

Today as I’m sure all of y’all are aware, there are protein foods EVERYWHERE. You go on Instagram and you see protein molten cake, protein chips and protein cookies. I’m the kind of guy whose cooking knowledge is very limited to basic meal prep and food to keep myself full. These recipes always had me saying, “well that looks good – too bad I don’t have the expertise or time to make them”. Then I thought what if I could make something quick, simple, macro friendly and tasty?

Here you have it, the easiest best tasting protein cookies you can make at home in 5 minutes. Go to the grocery store, start your clock and get ready to get cooking. You can watch the video for the recipe here.

Hopefully this will help encourage other fitties to leave their comfort zone to get in the kitchen and start cooking! 

Nutritional Facts

Serving Size: 1 Batch of Cookies

  • Calories: 175

  • Protein: 13 grams

  • Carbs: 28 grams

  • Fat: 2 grams

Cooking Instructions


  • 228g Oatmeal (Or 6 packets Quaker protein oatmeal)

  • 4 Brown Bananas

  • 4 Scoops Protein

  • 2 Table Spoons Jam

  • Baking soda

  • 2 Table Spoons Coco

  • dash cinnamon


  1. Throw all your ingredients in the bowl and get ready to mash! Nothing fancy about it.

  2. Now, set your oven to 350 degrees.

  3. Take out a pan and use pam spray or parchment paper to prevent your cookies from sticking.

  4. Divide your batch of cookie dough into 11 even cookies.

  5. Once your oven is preheated, put them in the oven and let them cook for 12 minutes.

  6. Vola! You now have made yourself some awesome protein snacks to have through the day. Show off your ability to eat yummy cookies and meet your fitness goals.

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  • You can add different toppings on top to adjust your macros as you may. If you love nuts and need some fat, throw some almonds on top of your cookies etc. 

  • Use a fork to stir and mash everything.

  • If you bananas aren’t brown you may need to add a touch of milk.

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- Josh Wilkinson

Colossus Fitness “Don’t Compete. Dominate.”

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Made these with pumpkin puree (didn't have cocoa or jam) Added in cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. Not bad for someone who is emphatically not a baker. Right around 100 calories a cookie.

Scott_Herman  Edit  Delete  Close

Sounds delicious! Maybe you could have a new culinary career 😁 


Can you explain the "serving size = 1 batch of cookies". Only 175 cals. I have to question these values.

Scott_Herman  Edit  Delete  Close

It's actually 175 calories for 1 cookie. You can see that in the video tab :-) I will work on getting the article fixed so it shows that the calories are for 1 cookie, not the whole batch..if I could eat a batch of cookies for 175 calories I would! haha.


love this recipe! Got my misses baking me a second batch haha @colossusfitness


Looks like you will be making these for @erica_stibich and I this weekend! haha

ColossusFitness  Edit  Delete  Close

we definitely will! just for you guys haha


I like bananas. I like chocolate. I like this recipe!

JoeHurricane  Edit  Delete  Close

I agree! Nothing like a combo of chocolate and banana to hit the spot...being high in protein makes it even better!