Home    Subscribe    Contact    Login
Submit your recipes for a share of ad revenue - click 'write for us'

Sugar-Free Banana and Cinnamon Cookies

by Jamie0liversgirl (follow)
Banana (22)      Cookies (9)      Sugar Free (5)     
I love cookies, but to make them healthier for both myself and my niece - who loves cookies, when she's allowed them - I've baked the most delicious, chewy, and moreish banana and cinnamon cookies which turn a frown upside down quicker than you can say 'treat time'.



These cookies are a doddle to whip up, but get your little ones involved, and it will make baking the cookies so much more fun. It might take a little longer, but the joy your son or daughter, niece or nephew, will get from helping you put it all together is unparalleled.

The smile on my niece's little face after getting her hands dusty, and fingers messy from helping me roll the dough, is something I absolutely love. Digging in to the cookies my niece helps me roll and dollop, makes them taste that bit sweeter.

Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 18 minutes
Makes: 8 servings

Ingredients
1 level tsp cinnamon
2 Frozen bananas
50g Spelt flour
Tsp Baking powder
Tblsp Coconut oil
Half Vanilla pod

Requiredingredients


Method
Chop the bananas into chunks and remove the skin.

Place in a food processor and blitz until completely smooth.



Place the blended bananas into a large mixing bowl and set aside.

Blend the honey, coconut oil and vanilla in the food processor.

Once mixed together pour into the same bowl as the bananas.



Add the remaining ingredients, and mix together until fully combined.



Line a baking tray with baking paper and grease with the coconut oil.



It isn't a conventional cookie dough, so don't be alarmed that you don't roll it out.

Using an ice cream scoop, or a tablespoon, scrape out a dollop of cookie and place on the baking tray.



Depending on the size of your baking tray, space the cookie 'dough' equally across the tray, but I usually put six dollops on my medium to large sized tray.

Bake for 20 minutes 160 degrees/gas mark 3.

Remove from the oven and allow to cool for at least 15 minutes.



Lift off from the baking paper and serve.



Garnish with mint for prettiness.



Categories
#Cookies
#Sugar Free
#Banana
I like this Recipe - 4
[ print friendly ]
Share: email  facebook  twitter
More Recipes by Jamie0liversgirl
The saying goes pink makes the boys wink, but I've found my niece and nephew love pink equally, and ...
365 views
Here's a memorable chocolate brownie recipe
173 views
My sister is currently studying at University, and having visited her recently I have to say student...
300 views
A well-made dressing can make all the difference to a salad
186 views
Kids rarely get enough fruit in their diets, and when you're faced with a large bowl of fruit it can...
189 views
I call this the witches noses drink, because the purple carrots in this juice are fondly called 'wit...
189 views
view all recipes by Jamie0liversgirl
Articles by Jamie0liversgirl on Other Hubs
I loved student life whilst at university
4 likes
Cinnamon doesn't immediately come to mind as the cure for bad breath, but you'd be surprised what th...
16 likes
ID: 5403
[ Submit a Comment ]
Sugar-Free Banana and Cinnamon Cookies
How much honey would you use in these cookies. I see it in the pictures and recipe but amount is not actually noted. I would love to make these.
Thank you.
Trending Recipes
Since my discovery that Lilli Pilli fruits (also known as Riberries) are indeed edible, I have b...
by Lucy
11557 views
Why deep fry when you can bake your schnitzel in the oven with excellent results! If you don'...
50081 views
Sometimes your average hot dogs can get a little boring
17870 views
A gorgeous chocolate mud cake with an orange twist
6088 views
This fondant recipe from Michelle Foster is almost fail-proof for the beginner cake decorators like ...
2580 views
This recipe is one of my Nan's - a total childhood favourite! Preparation Time: 10 minutes C...
10949 views
Sometimes the usual spaghetti and pasta dinners can get a little boring
1487 views
Get the kids involved in making dinner or lunch today with these healthy home made sausage rolls
by Lucy
1726 views
Wholemeal apple pikelets are a great lunchbox treat
3467 views
Light and fluffy Milo flavoured cookies that make a perfect for a lunch box treat
4400 views
Categories
Dinner (157)
Lunch (140)
Dessert (130)
Healthy (145)
Easy (142)
Quick (90)
Family (72)
Snack (110)
Baking (86)
Chicken (79)
Treat (74)
Fruit (58)
Vegan (57)
Cake (54)
Salad (53)
Party (44)
Cookie (36)
Raw (36)
Eggs (35)
Kids (34)
Simple (34)
Cheese (32)
Sweet (27)
Toddler (27)
Fish (25)
Pasta (23)
Banana (22)
Biscuit (22)
Lemon (22)
Picnic (20)
Sweets (19)
Apple (18)
Drinks (18)
Snacks (18)
Juice (17)
Egg (17)
Avocado (16)
Soup (15)
Bread (14)
Orange (14)
Slice (14)
Cupcake (14)
Tuna (13)
Jam (12)
Featured on Other Hubs
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version