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Vegan & flourless banana cookies

The best, easiest, and healthiest banana cookies are adapted for everyone regardless of food preferences or intolerances.

Bananas are the critical ingredient that adds sweetness and holds them together without extra added sugars, eggs, or flour. Plus, they are also super easy and fun to do with kids!


  • 2 big or 300 g ripe bananas

  • 1 cup or 100 g dried coconut

  • Chocolate chips

  • Jam (homemade berries or lemon jam) or almonds


  1. Preheat the oven to 180º.

  2. Blend the bananas and put them in a cup.

  3. Add the dried coconut to the banana pureé and stir with a spoon. This is already the main batter to make the cookies, where you can add "surprises" like chocolate chips, raisins, nuts, etc.. I'll give you here my two favorite options!

  4. Jam filling: Place 1 t tbsp of the batter on baking paper, then add 1 or 1/2 tsp of your favorite jam in the middle and cover it with a bit more of the banana batter. Sprinkle with dried coconut for crispiness

  5. Nuts filling: Place 1 tbsp of the batter and hide one almond or walnut in the center. Sprinkle with chocolate chips and dried coconut

  6. Bake them for about 15-20 minutes. If you sprinkle them with dried coconut, you will see that when it becomes golden, they are ready!

  7. Wait for about 10 minutes outside the oven before trying them.

Nutritional value:

Bananas are a great source of natural sugars, potassium, and phosphorus to help your body feel energized, recover after exercise, and even improve sleep. And if you live in a tropical place where bananas are cheap and available during the season, as I do myself, this is a great way to use them and offer them to friends!

Here you can see the nutritional info of only the batter of bananas and dried coconut considering 10 small cookies with the ingredients of this recipe.

The amount of filling you need for each cookie is tiny, so it will not vary too much from this nutritional info.

Simple recipes can be the best ones!


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