How to Make Sugar Free Chocolate Banana Oatmeal Cookies

How to Make Sugar Free Chocolate Banana Oatmeal Cookies

Cookies for breakfast seems like the diet of an unhealthy person. Although we would all love to eat cookies any time we wanted, we need to limit our intake because of the high sugar and fat content. If only there were a way to make them tasty and healthy? The healthiest cookies are the ones we make ourselves at home. With our oneHOWTO recipe on how to make sugar free chocolate banana oatmeal cookies, you can see for yourself that eating healthily doesn't always have to be a chore. In fact, it can be absolutely delicious.

4 diners Between 15 & 30 minutes low difficulty
Steps to follow:

The first step in making unsweetened chocolate oatmeal banana cookies is picking ripe bananas. We have to use ripe bananas to get their natural sweetness, so if you can't find any, you will have to wait for your bananas to ripen. This is how we make healthier cookies. Otherwise you will have to add some sugar and they will no longer be sugar free.

If you want some related tips on how to get ripe fruit quicker, check out our article on how to ripen an avocado in the microwave.


Preheat the oven to a temperature of 180 ºC/350 ºF. It is important we use an oven so heat can bake the cookies from all sides.


While the oven is heating up, peel and chop the ripe bananas. Mash the pieces with a fork to obtain a banana porridge.


Along with the banana porridge, add the ground almonds, a pinch of salt and the vanilla to a bowl. Mix all the ingredients and add the rolled oats. Stir everything again until it is well integrated into the sugar free cookie dough we need for our batch of cookies.


The next step in the healthy chocolate banana oatmeal cookie recipe is to add the chocolate chips to the dough. Mix again well so the chocolate is well integrated into the dough, but save some chips for the end. These can be used to decorate the cookies at the end. If you want even healthier banana oatmeal cookies, replace the unsweetened chocolate chips with your favorite nut.


Place a sheet of parchment paper on top of the baking sheet. Divide the dough into different portions, shaping them into a cookie (round, square or rectangular, whichever you prefer) and place each portion on the parchment paper. A neat trick is to use an ice cream scoop to get an even amount of cookie down for each cookie.


Get the chocolate chips you had saved in the previous step and distribute them on each cookie to decorate them. This way they will look even more irresistible.

For some related cooking ideas, take a look at our article on how to make fried bananas.


Making some crunchy banana oatmeal cookies is possible if you watch your baking times. Put the tray with the cookies in the center of the oven for 20-25 minutes at 180 ºC/350 ºF. Ideally use a convection oven to get the best bake.


To finish making the sugar-free oatmeal and banana chocolate chip cookies check in on them after 20 minutes. If they are golden brown, you can turn off the oven and remove the cookies from the center.


Transfer the cookies to a wire rack to cool to room temperature. When cool, serve and enjoy your oatmeal, banana and dark chocolate cookies. A perfect breakfast or snack.

If you are looking for some more alternatives when making cookies, you can find out how make cookies without and oven andhow to make cookies without flour or eggs.

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  • If you are only making these for a small number of people, you can measure out less ingredients for he dough. If you use the amounts indicated in the ingredient list for this recipe, you will get between 12 and 15 individual cookies depending on the size you make them.
  • Banana Oatmeal Cookies do not increase in size during baking. Therefore, it is not necessary to leave a lot of space between them on the tray if you want to make more cookies.
  • Bananas are very important in this recipe because they add the sweet flavor to the cookies. They must be overripe and of the best quality.
  • For even healthier oatmeal cookies, choose to substitute chunks of raisins, other dried fruit or nuts for the chocolate chips.