The Best Banana Oatmeal Cookies EVER (Vegan Friendly)

So the other day I had an insatiable craving for some oatmeal cookies.  Whenever I’m in the baking mood, I would just look for vegan recipes online and then change it around to my liking.  I’m not a full time vegan however I prefer dairy free foods.  I came across a couple recipes online but found them too fancy and complicated.  I took a little here and there from each recipe and then came up with my very own version. Turns out my version is perfect and delicious!!!  I must say these are the best oatmeal cookies I have ever made.  This was all made while I was watching the Oscars.  I give myself a standing ovation.  I would like to thank the academy….

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Dry ingredients:

1 cup whole wheat or gluten free pastry flour

2 cups oats

1 teaspoon cinnamon

½ teaspoon baking soda

½ teaspoon salt

½ or 1 cup brown sugar (all depends how sweet you like it, the bananas are also naturally sweet; the riper, the sweeter)

Wet ingredients:

2 super ripe banana (mash it to mix)

1 teaspoon vanilla

¼ cup vegetable oil

½ cup raisins (or however much you prefer)

¼ cup walnuts (optional if allergic to nuts)

Preheat oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit. Mix the dry and wet ingredients separately, than mix them together.  Once everything is evenly mixed, place the cookies spaced apart on parchment paper over a tray.  Bake for about 15 minutes if you like them soft and extra 5 if you like them crunchy.  Let them cool and rest while you get out the milk(almond milk for me) and then enjoy.  Yummy!

Hope you enjoy them!!!


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    Yee! This was such a great DIY video. I am going to try this one day. It looks so delicious and makes me actually want to bake some cupcakes too!

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    This looks so cool ! I will give it a try in a near future 😀
    But living in France, Im not used to the cup measurement. Do you think that 250g of butter of each kind will work ? Or should I use more ? Or less ?

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    I like to try this receipe, it sounds great and I’m a big fan of oatmeal cookies!

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    These were absolutely DELICIOUS!! I love your blog and DIYs!! Thanks so much for sharing! 😀

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    4 years Ago

    Hello!! I just whipped up a batch of these and they are soooo good!!! Yum!!! I made mine with just chocolate chips as my add-ins because that’s all I had in my house lol but they came out beautifully just like the amazing photographs you took! Thank you for uploading this recipe, I’m not vegan at all and I used all purpose flour. These seen like a healthier cookie to most and that’s why I went with it. Toddler approved as well 🙂 Thank You!!!

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    4 years Ago

    This recipe looks wonderful!
    also how many cookies does one batch make?

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      Oh geese, I ate them before I counted. lol. I would say a good dozen 🙂

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    TheLe Hong

    4 years Ago

    thank you for sharing <3 i love oatmeal cookies, I will try to make them soon 😀

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    Rayhan Bader

    4 years Ago

    did you put raisins in it ?

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    I used garbanzo bean flour and vegan cane sugar. A lot of brown sugar brands are not vegan. They turned out wonderful! Thanks for the recipe!

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