Banana Oatmeal Cookies

Easy ingredient cookies

Who knew that something so simple could taste so good??

These three-ingredient chocolate chip cookies can be vegan, gluten-free, oil-free, low-fat, and refined sugar-free.

The oatmeal cookies are so delicious that you can’t stop at one!

Banana oatmeal cookie recipe ingredients

To make these cookies, you only need ripe bananas, rolled or quick oats, and regular or miniature chocolate chips.

This recipe allows for many different variations. Add a handful of coconut flakes, chopped walnuts, or chocolate chips instead of raisins.

The oatmeal banana cookies taste great with a teaspoon of pure vanilla or almond extract and a fourth teaspoon of cinnamon.

Peanut butter, bananas, and dark chocolate are my favorite combinations.

Add a pinch of optional salt to the oatmeal-banana cookie dough. This will enhance the flavor and bring out the sweetness of these healthy cookies.

The banana can be substituted with canned pumpkin, unsweetened applesauce, or steel-cut oats.

How to make banana oatmeal cookie

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit if you are baking cookies.

Mash the bananas in a large bowl with a fork. Stir in the optional ingredients and oats to make an oatmeal cookie dough.

The batter should be refrigerated until it is firm enough to be scooped using a spoon or cookie scoop.

To make banana cookies that don’t need to be baked, freeze them until they are hard. For baked cookies, you can place the cookie dough balls unbaked on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake them on the center rack of the oven for 20 minutes.

For maximum freshness, store leftover banana-oat cookies in an airtight container in the fridge or freezer. The cookies should be tbe kept in the refrigerator for four to five days or frozen for for three months. Thaw the frozen food before serving.

Chocolate chip breakfast cookies

Enjoy them as a snack, dessert, or breakfast.

The naturally sweetened banana chocolate oatmeal cookies have potassium, fiber, and iron. They also contain no sugar added (not even honey or maple syrup). These are great low-calorie snacks for kids.

These are also an excellent natural energy source for athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Add a protein powder scoop and peanut butter for a tasty power workout treat. Peanut butter banana protein cookie? Yes, please!

Add chia, flax, or hempseeds to your recipe for added nutrition and texture.

What do they taste like

With only 60 calories per cookie, these banana cookies, will not taste like Nestle Tollhouse cookies or Tate’s crispy cookies. If you find a similar recipe, it’s not being honest.

However, the oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are healthy, delicious, and soft. This recipe is excellent for those who enjoy healthy desserts and the energy they give you.


1 cup quick or rolled oats

Two overripe bananas

1/4 cup chocolate chips

Optional: 3-4 tablespoons almond or peanut butter

Optional 1/8 tsp of salt


In a large bowl, mash the bananas. Add the oats and chocolate chips to form a mixture. Refrigerate until the dough is firm enough to scoop with a spoon or cookie scoop. You can freeze the cookies (for no-bake cookies) or bake them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper for 20 minutes.

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