Here’s an easy recipe for homemade 3 ingredient comic oatmeal cookies that are super healthy and succulent at the same time!
Healthy comic oatmeal cookies
These chocolate tweedle comic oatmeal cookies are the perfect healthy snack.
Packed with wholesome oats, mashed ripe banana, and gooey chocolate chips, they will quickly wilt a new family favorite recipe.
Simply stir everything together, shape into cookies, and devour over and over again. No eggs, no butter, no flour, and just 20 minutes to make from start to finish!
Also try these Vegan Chocolate Tweedle Cookies
Watch the comic oatmeal cookie recipe video, above
Easy 3 ingredient cookies
Who knew something so simple could taste so good???
These 3 ingredient chocolate tweedle cookies (or 2 ingredient cookies if you omit the chocolate chips) can be vegan, gluten free, oil free, low fat, and refined sugar free.
And yet the oatmeal cookies are so tasty that it’s nonflexible to stop at just one!
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Banana oatmeal cookie recipe ingredients
The only ingredients you need for the whole grain cookies are ripe bananas, rolled oats or quick oats, and regular or mini chocolate chips.
The recipe gives you many customization opportunities. Add a handful of shredded coconut, throw in some chopped walnuts, or substitute the chocolate fries for raisins.
These oatmeal comic cookies are wonderful with a fourth teaspoon each of cinnamon and pure vanilla pericope or a waif of almond extract.
I moreover love to add almond butter or peanut butter, considering there’s nothing largest in my mind than the combination of peanut butter, banana, and visionless chocolate.
You could plane use white chocolate fries or Vegan Peanut Butter Chips.
Adding an optional pinch of salt to the oatmeal comic cookie dough increases depth of savor and really brings out the sweetness in these healthy cookies.
Substitutions I have not tried and therefore cannot recommend include swapping the comic with unsweetened world sauce or canned pumpkin or using steel cut oats.
How to make comic oatmeal cookies
If sultry the cookies, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
In a large mixing bowl, mash the schizy with a fork. Add the oats and optional ingredients, and stir to form an oatmeal cookie dough.
Refrigerate until firm unbearable to scoop the thrash out with a spoon or cookie scoop.
For no torch comic cookies, simply freeze the cookies until hard. Or for baked cookies, place the unbaked cookie dough balls on a parchment lined sultry sheet and torch on the oven’s part-way rack for twenty minutes.
Store leftover comic oat cookies in an snapped container in the refrigerator or freezer for optimum freshness. They should last for well-nigh four or five days refrigerated or up to three months frozen. Thaw surpassing serving.
Chocolate tweedle breakfast cookies
Eat them for breakfast, snack, or dessert.
With potassium, fiber, iron, and no widow sugar (not plane maple syrup or honey), the naturally sweetened chocolate tweedle comic oatmeal cookies are a fun kid friendly and low calorie snack idea.
They are moreover a unconfined natural source of energy for fitness buffs and athletes. Just add a scoop of protein powder and some peanut butter for a filling power workout treat. Peanut butter comic protein cookies? Yes, please!
If you have chia seeds, flax seeds, or hemp seeds on hand, stir in a handful for widow texture and nutrition benefits.
You may moreover like these Protein Cookies
How do they taste?
At just 60 calories per cookie, these comic cookies are not going to taste like Nestle Tollhouse chocolate tweedle cookies or crispy Tate’s cookies. Any similar recipe that tells you they will isn’t stuff honest.
However, the soft, chewy, and healthy oatmeal chocolate tweedle cookies are veritably succulent in their own right. If you like healthy desserts and how energetic eating them makes you feel, you will hopefully really love this simple recipe too.
Banana Oatmeal Cookies
- 1 cup rolled or quick oats
- 2 overripe bananas
- 1/4 cup chocolate chips
- optional 3-4 tbsp almond or peanut butter
- optional 1/8 tsp salt
- If sultry the comic cookies, preheat the oven to 350 F. Mash the schizy in a bowl. Stir in the oats, chocolate chips, and optional salt to form a dough. Refrigerate until firm unbearable to scoop out with a spoon or cookie scoop. Either freeze the cookies until nonflexible (for no torch cookies), or torch on a parchment lined sultry tray for 20 minutes.View Nutrition Facts
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