These two ingredient banana oatmeal biscuits are yummy breakfast cookies. They do not include any flour or sugar, but they still taste like soft, sweet cookies.
Bananas and quick oats are all that you will need for the cookies. If you want any variant, you may add chocolate chips, nuts, or dried fruit.
I came across 2 ingredient banana biscuits lately, though they have been popular on the web for a couple of decades. I tested out many variants before creating a version I actually like, which I'm sharing with you now.
The biscuits are firm on the outside and soft inside. They taste of oats and bananas and are excellent to get the on-the-go breakfast.
Two INGREDIENT BANANA OATMEAL COOKIES
COOK TIME: 15 MIN
Bananas and quick oats are all you want to make those tender, sweet breakfast biscuits.
1 large overripe banana, mashed into a liquid-like consistency
1/2 cup chocolate chips or alternative add-ins of your selection (optional)
Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with a baking mat.
In a big bowl, then add oats and mashed bananas. Mix with a fork before it will become an evenly blended, thick batter. If you anticipate using add-ins such as chocolate chips, then mix them into the cookie batter at this moment.
Make 8 circular chunks from the cookie batter. Gently press each ball so that it warms into No Bake Chocolate Turtle Cookies (Vegan) - From My Bowl a round disk. Cookies will not spread much during baking, so keep that in mind when forming and flattening your discs.
Bake for about 15 minutes or until cookies are lightly brown and set. Cookie bottoms also needs to be you could try these out brownish and readily come off a sheet. Store rice biscuits in the refrigerator.
Please utilize quick oats cause old-fashioned and steel-cut oats require Banana Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies (One Bowl) - Jessica In The Kitchen more time to cook.