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Banana Oat Cookies (Sugar free)

What you need: 

2 1/2 cups of oats (preferably the quick kind)
2 tablespoons of flour (I use spelt)
2 bananas (over-ripe are the best, but others are fine)
1 teaspoon of corn starch
2 teaspoons of vanilla extract (I use the cheap imitation, lol)
Few generous dashes of cinnamon
Splash of soy or rice milk..(vanilla/chocolate flavored if you want a bit of sweetness)

What you do: 

Preheat oven to about 350 degrees F.
Mash the bananas and mix all ingredients in a large bowl.. easy!
Form mix into small balls and flatten.. place on a non-stick cookie sheet a couple centimeters apart. With the amounts in this recipe you'll probably have about half a dozen large cookies.
Place in the oven. They cook rather fast (especially with quick oats) so don't leave in too long.. About 15-20 minutes is usually good, but check to make sure they don't burn.
You can also add carob chips and/or raisins for some extra sweetness; but seriously, these cookies are delicious as is (chewy too).. I made them trying to help me overcome my vegan sugar addiction and they definitely satisfy me! Are especially good with some soy milk or tea.
Enjoy!

Preparation Time: 
25 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
2-3
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There were good!

I halved the recipe and made 8 small cookies.  I used wheat flour, because that's what I had.  I added a handful of chocolate chips, which were good but not necessary.  I also spread some peanut butter on them.  Yummm.

There seem more like granola bars than cookies, but are delicious regardless.

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I love these. Very satisfying, and easily incorporated into a weight-loss programme I'm doing.

Going to have one tomorrow as breakfast, and I'll try freezing the others to avoid the mould.

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I'm eating these right now.... and I think they are about as good a sugar less cookie will be! I had to use old fashion oats it was all I had and put some pumpkin pie spice as well as cinn. They came out really good and are perfect for my 10 month old... I made these rather small and put a little agave nectar on mine I cant wait to try with pb and chocolate chips mmm

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These were really yummy. I followed the recipe exactly and added some raisins for some extra sweetness. These have light sweetness to them that's kind of addictive. Thanks for the recipe!:)

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I make a similar cookie, but add more banana and don't put soymilk.  Next time I'll try this version.  If you put the finished cookies in the fridge they will not mold.  I keep them for about a week in the fridge with no sign of mold. 

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Couldnt you roll them into small balls and put into the dehydrator.  Sort of, like raw cookies.

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Very easy. I blended a lot of my oats to make my cookies less chunky. They did mold very quickly, so I am glad I only made a half a batch. I made them a few times.

One night after I made them, I was at an event where a lady was selling dog treats. One of the treats had listed the ingredient as: oats, bananas, applesauce. and I told the lady I had just made cookie things just like her dog treats! she said, well yours probably had sugar added to them, and I was said, no. And she didn't even believe me. These are definitely sweet enough to go with tea without sugar.

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