Banana Raisin Cookies

This is a super simple recipe for banana raisin cookies that you can make with toddlers!Banana Raisin Cookies - make them with your toddler!

You’d think that a cookie recipe that didn’t contain sugar, egg, or flour would be low on taste too, but these are so yummy! All the ingredients could be eaten raw too; perfect when making these with young children!

Makes 24

  • 3 ripe bananas
  • 2 cups rolled oats
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened apple sauce
  • ¼ cup almond milk
  • ½ cup raisins

Banana Raisin Cookies
First we mashed the bananas. F had never used the masher before so the bananas didn’t get perfectly smooth, but that didn’t matter at all.Banana Raisin Cookies - make them with your toddler!

Then we added all the other ingredients and F stirred the mixture.Banana Raisin Cookies - make them with your toddler!

F spooned the mixture into a mini muffin pan. Note: We didn’t grease the pan before doing this, and they were slightly tricky to remove after baking – so I’d recommend greasing the pan first!

Banana Raisin Cookies - make them with your toddler!

Banana Raisin Cookies

I baked them in a 350F oven for around 18 minutes. After this point they were starting to get a little crispy on top, but the underneath was still wet. I turned them out onto a silicone mat and gave them another 5 minutes to bake the underside.

Banana Raisin Cookies

The banana and apple sauce make the cookies lovely and soft, and the raisins make them sweet. They are very tasty for healthy cookies!

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Recipe based on this one from Just a Pinch.


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