Oatmeal and banana cookies are great for breakfast, a snack or an after-meal snack. No one will be able to resist them and, for sure, they are the yummiest alternative you can find to classic packaged products, which contain far too much sugar, fat and preservatives.
In fact, children will love them but adults will not be outdone either, so much so that after tasting them no one will easily forget them. Thus, there is a very high chance that they will become the favorite snack of the whole family. Then as they do not contain flour, sugar, oil and yeast they prove to be decidedly low-calorie and diet-friendly, thus allowing those who want to keep fit to commit, without too much trouble, a sweet tooth sin.
It is also extremely easy and quick to prepare them, think that it takes only 5 minutes and the use of 3 ingredients, which can be found without going crazy in any supermarket.
Oatmeal, banana and blueberry cookies recipe: I don’t put flour, butter, eggs and milk!
Preparation time: 3 minutes
Baking time: 15 minutes
Total time: 18 minutes
Servings: 12 cookies
Calories: 50 per cookie
2 ripe bananas (weighing 70 g each peeled)
1 cup (by 250 ml) of oats
½ cup (of 60 ml) chopped dried cranberries
- First peel the bananas, break them into a bowl and mash them with a fork so that they are pureed.
- Now add the chopped oats and dried cranberries, after which stir with a spoon to make a soft but at the same time firm mixture.
- Once this is done, line a drip pan with suitable paper (you can also use a silicone baking pan), then spread 12 distinct small spoonfuls of the mixture on it and press them down with the back of a spoon to make 6-centimeter-diameter disks.
- Finally put to bake in a preheated oven for 15 minutes at a temperature of 175°C, when finished wait a moment for the cookies to cool and serve them.