These Healthy Cookies won’t win any awards for being pretty, but you wont believe how easy these cookies are to make or how healthy they are! Only a few simple ingredients and you can whip some of these up for a low sugar school lunchbox treat for the kids!

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Ingredients (makes 6 Large cookies)

  • 2 medium Bananas, mashed
  • 100g Oats
  • 1 TBS Sultanas
  • 1 TBS Dried cranberries
  • Drizzle Vanilla essence
  • Cinnamon powder to taste

Method

  1. Place the 80g of the oats into a food processor or magic bullet, and pulse to make an oat powder. They don’t have to be fine, just broken up a bit.
  2. Place all ingredients (including the remaining 20g of oats) into a bowl and mix to combine.
  3. Place 6 even dollops of mix onto a lined baking tray, and flatten slightly.
  4. Bake in a pre heated 180 degree oven for 15 -20 minutes until firm and just starting to colour around the edges. Remove and cool on the tray for a few minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely

Notes... These Healthy Cookies have a chewy, dense but soft texture and need to be stored in the fridge because of the fresh banana in them. They also need to be eaten with in a day or 2.

  • They look and sound yummy. Will have to try making these for my daughter’s school lunch snack.

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  • I love these… such an easy baking idea. Will definitely try these.

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  • Oh yummy and some healthy ingredients.

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  • These look yummy, thanks for sharing.

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  • My kids love these cookies. We’ve even made them just with banana oats and a bit of cinnamon. I prefer them with a pinch of salt and plenty of raw vanilla powder.

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  • I made these for my kids but they didn’t like them. My mother on the other hand LOVED them. She is diabetic so these were great for her as they don’t contain any added sugar.

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  • These look yummy and contain real ingredients

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  • I really like the idea of turning the oats into a flour – very healthy. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  • What a pity I don’t like bananas because it’s such an easy recipe!!

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  • Super easy to make and a simple ingredient list. My kind of cooking

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  • Will have to double this with six children, love that they are easy to make and healthy too.

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  • nice to see a healthy biscuit recipe – they sound really tasty – I love the addition of dried cranberries :) Thank you for sharing your recipe

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  • Very good and easy recipe nice and healthy my daughter loves eating banana and sultanas so I will definitely give these a go thank you

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  • My toddler has been asking for biscuits lately. This is a great one to make.

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  • A great way to use of bananas too!


    • Bananas turn quickly with this heat – so it is good way to use them with no waste.

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