Banana Oatmeal Cookies

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  • 160 g Instant oatmeal
  • 3 Ripe bananas
  • 30 g Raisins
  • 60 g Walnuts
  • 100 g Dried cranberries
  • 50 g Dried coconut shreds
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  1. Mash the bananas with a tablespoon, adding vanilla extract and salt. Mix well. Chop the walnuts and dried cranberries.
  2. Mix all the other ingredients with the banana mixture. Scoop out on a baking tray lined with a baking paper. Bake in a preheated 165C/330F oven for about 30 minutes until the cookies lightly golden in colour.

Banana Oatmeal Cookies 香蕉燕麦饼
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roxan @ kitchen meditation 28/4/10 18:12

I love how hearty these cookies look. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

Gulmohar 28/4/10 18:32

Delicious cookies...never tried banana in this. got to try

theUngourmet 28/4/10 18:43

I need a couple of these for breakfast. Yum!

Ivy 28/4/10 18:45

These sound delicious. I have all the ingredients except the coconut. I think I will make them tomorrow.

Cool Lassi(e) 28/4/10 18:48

Dear Gifted Angie,
Give me a glass of milk and those plate of cookies. I wouldn't care for any other course.

Heavenly Housewife 28/4/10 18:50

Wonderful cookies! I bet they are yummy.
Congrats on your awards daaaaaahling. You totally deserve them.
*kisses* HH

TasteHongKong 28/4/10 19:02

What a healthy treat!? Nuts and dried fruits but no sugar and butter, great!

Lazaro Cooks! 28/4/10 19:05

Fantastic idea for a banana cookie. Love the flavors at work here. Cheers!

Priya 28/4/10 19:25

Awesome cookies, looks truly fabulous and healthy..

Bo 28/4/10 19:32

These look so delicious...I bet the banana keeps them so I love anything with coconut.

sangeeta 28/4/10 19:53

lovely cookies ...i have to make them soon.
Interestingly , i made a similar looking cookies some time back with entirely different ingredients ...

Preethi Rajeev 28/4/10 21:13

Cookies looks so tempting, love the flavours

sweetlife 28/4/10 21:21

what a great loaded cookie, we love these they are super moist..great recipe

Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi 28/4/10 21:25

Ah! Good old American treat! Thanks for the chewy cookies! They definitely look good with glass of milk!

P.S. I accidentally clicked on "Reject" for your comment on my Rotiboy post! Hahaha! Must have been damn tired now ... at 3.20 a.m.!!! It'd be nice if you can send another feedback once again so that I can publish it! Hope you don't mind. Sorry about it, and I know it sounds funny! Hahaha! Will visit with ya over here later when I'm free!

lisaiscooking 28/4/10 22:04

What a great mix of flavors with the dried fruit, coconut, walnuts, and banana! May I have one for an afternoon snack right now?

MaryMoh 28/4/10 23:51

Wow...such healthy cookies! I love all the ingredients. Would love to try one day.

Sook 29/4/10 00:40

Mmmmm those cookies look so good. I love banana flavored anything. :)

Belinda @zomppa 29/4/10 01:57

I love how you added coconut with the bananas and cranberries and walnuts. It's chock full of good for you stuff, this almost should be a health food! Actually, it is....

Michelle 29/4/10 03:08

I saw a recipe for these cookies a few weeks ago and wondered if they would be nice and chewy. And after seeing your gorgeous photo, I guess so!

Cinnamon-Girl 29/4/10 03:42

These have so many yummy things in them! Everything but the kitchen sink! I bet they are a real treat.

Sweta 29/4/10 03:59

I love the flavor bananas add to baked/cooked dishes -mmmmmmm :)

Ann 29/4/10 04:25

Awesome, Cookies looks scrumptious! love the shredded coconut in it.

Anonymous 29/4/10 04:58

Mmm... these look spectacular! I love the coconut and cranberries here!

Lynda 29/4/10 05:11

I think banana and oatmeal woul be a wonderful combination in a cookie, especially with the raisins and dried cranberries. These look delicious!

My Little Space 29/4/10 05:20

No flour in this recipe! Sounds interesting! Looks like oatmeal bars.

Kitchen Corner 29/4/10 05:36

Thanks for sharing the recipe! With the steps of clear pictures, I feel like want to give this a try as it looks quite simple. Cheers!

Mary 29/4/10 06:24

I can't resist oatmeal cookies and yours look delicious. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

3 hungry tummies 29/4/10 06:33

I can hear the crunch! Love all the goodies you put in it :)

denise @ quickies on the dinner table 29/4/10 07:13

Ai-yai-yai!! I LOOOOOOOVE cookies with coconut in them and I can see the coconut flecks in yours! You make me wanna run out and buy some coconut right now Angie - you're a very, very bad girl!! ;)

noobcook 29/4/10 07:25

This looks really healthy and delicious at the same time!

Cherine 29/4/10 08:35

These look delicious, love the flavors!

Elin 29/4/10 08:48

Angie...this is so yumm yumm. I want to make this . A healthy cookie and great for me. I love anything with oats and fruits. A great combo ! Thanks for sharing this with us :)

Happy Cook 29/4/10 08:52

I have never made cookies with bananas this looks so so good.

Dajana 29/4/10 10:30

So lovely, Angie. I saw a similar recipe the other day, and thought of making them, but my family (everyone except me) are not so into banana flavoured cakes/cookis. I might make these just for myself, because they sound really fantastic, and have some of my favourite ingredients.

Chef E 29/4/10 11:48

These look great, I thing when I get back from fishing I will bake some cookies, its been a while!

Sophie 29/4/10 13:01

Hello Angie!!

What georgous, healthy & ooh so tasty looking cookies!

They really ROCK!! Yeah!!!

Velva 29/4/10 14:06

These are some loaded banana nut cookies cranberries, walnuts, raisins coconut shreds-wow! These would be really good breakfast cookies to enjoy or for a mid-day snack. Let's face it, these cookies would be good all day long. :-)

Biren 29/4/10 14:44

I have never tried putting bananas in a cookie but it sounds like a good idea. The cookies look fantastic!

A Canadian Foodie 29/4/10 15:12

So these are also gluten free: delicious, nutritious, and gluten free. Now that recipe is a keeper and one I will definitely do with my foods students.'
Thank you, Angie

natural selection 29/4/10 16:27

This is one of my favorite combination's of all time! and I can't believe you have done it what a great surprise! for me I hardly ever see these two ingredients together in a cookie reminds me of Grandma delicious!

Thanks Angie!

Cookin' Canuck 29/4/10 16:56

Now these look like they are chockfull of all sorts of delicious ingredients. Great cookies!

Cheah 29/4/10 18:49

Never dreamt of making cookies with bananas, will definitely try this out. Thanks for sharing, Angie!

Dee 29/4/10 21:25

Wow, Angie! I have been craving something sweet & healthy. These look delightful, nothing makes my heart & soul happier than an oatmeal cookie. Great post!

Anonymous 30/4/10 00:36

hello angie, how have u been? i was out of action for a while, now back..scones look crunchy

Fimère 30/4/10 01:44

une magnifique recette de cookies, j'aime beaucoup
bonne journée

tasteofbeirut 30/4/10 03:45

These cookies sound great, especially when one has leftover bananas to use up!

Devaki 30/4/10 06:47

Dear Angie - I will definitely be making these. The combination of bananas and oatmeal is wonderful. Especially using up the brown gooey ones!

You make such wonderful eats as always!

Ciao, Devaki @ weavethoousandflavors

nora@ffr 30/4/10 12:36

That sounds every bit as nice as it looks ! send me over some for breakfast angie!! :D hehe

pigpigscorner 2/5/10 11:22

Love the bananas here! Have to try adding mashed bananas to my cookies next time.

Ana Powell 3/5/10 23:01

Awesome and delicious cookies.
Thanks for sharing x

Bridgett 4/5/10 02:13

I can imagine the banana is spectacular in these. They look so inviting.

faithy, the baker 10/5/10 08:51

You read my mind! I was thinking of whether there is a cookie recipe that i can use up my ripe bananas and i saw this in your blog! Wow! I'm definitely bookmarking this! Thanks for sharing recipe! :D

Kate 15/5/10 07:11

This recipe is so sugar, no flour, no butter, no eggs. Plenty of healthy ingredients. So, has anyone made them and if so, how are they?

Caterina 17/5/10 23:39

Thanks for this wonderful recipe ! I made the cookies this afternoon, and they are delicious ! The riper the bananas, the better of course (maybe if I had waited 2-3 more days, my bananas would have been sweeter, but I couldn't ... :-D). Since I didn't have enough walnuts, I just used more coconuts shreds. Eventually some other dried fruits, like figs or abricots, could be a nice alternative. Wonder if some spices would go well. For example the combination banana - cardamom sounds very tempting, but then maybe I'd have to take away some of the more dominant tasting dried fruits. Anyway... Thanks again for the inspiration !!!

Jamie 10/9/10 20:49

so healthy and these look so delicious!


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