Enjoy these gluten free raisin oatmeal cookies made with wholesome ingredients and no sugar, flour, eggs or milk
Do you have some ripe bananas that you want to use up? Do you like moist chewy cookies? You will love these gluten free oatmeal raisin cookies because they taste great and the cookie is made without any sugar. You don't have to feel guilty eating them or giving them to your kids for snacks. To make them gluten free, just be sure to buy certified gluten free oats, which are available in most health food stores.
This recipe is so fast and easy you can whip it up and bake it in less than 1/2 hour. Whenever I make them, everyone, whether gluten free or not, love them. In addition, the recipe lends itself to many variations, so you can be as creative as you choose. Depending on what you put in it, it can be allergy free having no eggs, wheat, gluten, milk, or nuts.. yet, it is still really fast and simple to make and tastes great.
2 cups certified gluten free rolled oats
4 ripe bananas, mashed
4 TBSP olive oil ( or coconut oil)
2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup add ins of your choice ( raisins, dried cranberries, chocolate chips, walnuts, etc.)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Mix gluten free rolled oats, mashed banana, oil and cinnamon with a spoon in a large bowl. ( batter will be chunky)
Add raisins (or any add- in of your choice), mix with spoon and allow to sit in refrigerator for at least 10 minutes (or up to 8 hours covered)
Drop spoonfuls onto cookie sheet and bake for about 15 minutes at 350 or until tops brown a little.
Step by Step
|Mix mashed banana, rolled oats, olive oil and cinnamon in a large bowl.|
Eat immediately or store in a little baggies.
Made with raisins, these can make a nutritious breakfast as well ( oatmeal, bananas, raisins, cinnamon,) YUM!
How to know if oats are gluten free click to read the article.
Variations: Using the same batter, fill muffin tins 3/4 full and bake for about 15 minutes. Cool and can be kept in a plastic bag for about 3 days. Since the recipe contains no sugar ( unless you use choc chips or sweetened dried fruit) it makes a great convenient breakfast on the run.
Disclaimer: If you are gluten free, check with your doctor before using gluten free oats. Some people may still react. Read my July 2010 post on gluten free oats.
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