Friday, September 11, 2015

Oat and Nanner Bites

REPOST: This is adapted from a vegan cookbook. These are uber healthy and tasty. The first day or two they are soft and delicious, they then turn hard and are perfect for teething biscuits because they are dairy, egg, and wheat free (which is what I made them for in the first place).

Ingredients:1 c quick oats
1 c ground oats (grind oats and make a coarse oat flour)
1/4 t salt
1/4 t cinnamon or ginger or cardamom (we do all 3 spices.)
1/4 t nutmeg
1 t baking powder
1 c (~2) overripe bananas, mashed
1 t vanilla extract

3 T oil of choice
1-2 Tbsp pure maple syrup (optional)

Directions:Mix dry, mix wet, add wet to dry. Drop by the spoonful onto parchment paper or greased baking sheet and flatten into desired shape (they will not spread). Bake 12-15 min at 350.


rachaeljanae said...

A big hit at our house! Aaron only got one before the other kids ate them all. I had regular rolled oats right at hand, so I used those and they turned out fine. I ground up the oat flour with my coffee grinder. I used cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. This is a great alternative to banana bread for using up extra bananas.

McClure Family said...

those sound great! i will have to make some..we have a ton of bananas around--as we love smoothies..looks like a perfect cookie..and no guilt in eating they are so healthy!

Frances said...

I haven't made these in ages and made them again today. My bananas weren't as sweet as I would have liked so I added 2 Tbsp pure maple syrup to the mix. Oh my heaven in a cookie. It tasted like my favorite oatmeal in cookie form. So good!

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