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Recipe: The Delicious Chocolate Cookies Without Butter, Without Sugars And Without Flour (The Perfect Snack Without Guilt)

Recipe: The Delicious Chocolate Cookies Without Butter, Without Sugars And Without Flour (The Perfect Snack Without Guilt)

Having fun eating cookies, cookies, or cakes always means calories, weight gain, and guilt, which causes all people who want to eat healthy to refrain from those moments of sweetness and pleasure. But good news! Now you can indulge yourself without feeling guilty or gaining weight, thanks to this 100% healthy cookie recipe!

This recipe for cookies is based on 3 very simple ingredients: bananas, oats, and cocoa powder. The rest is to customize at your convenience. It is also recommended to add other ingredients of your choice, such as raisins or nuts for more flavor and texture, but even these 3 ingredients alone are very delicious!

Chocolate oatmeal cookies recipe

Quantity: about 15 cookies


- 2 large ripe bananas

- 1 cup of quick-cooking oats (look for gluten-free oats if you have a gluten allergy because some oatmeal may be contaminated with small traces of wheat.)

- 2 tbsp unsweetened cocoa

Additions of your choice: cocoa nuggets, chopped nuts, cinnamon raisins, coconut flakes, flax seeds, vanilla, diced raspberries, dried cranberries, etc.


1- Preheat your oven to 180 degrees and cover the oven tray with baking paper.

2- In a bowl, crush the 2 ripe bananas, then add the 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder and the quick-cooking cup of oats. Mix all the ingredients until a cookie dough is formed.

3- It should be noted that the amount of oats you need depends on the size of your bananas, so start with 3/4 cup oat flakes and add as needed.

4- The mixture will appear dry at first, but after a few minutes of mixing with a spoon, it will turn into a consistent dough.

2- Stir in any additional ingredients you plan to add to the dough.

6- Make about 15 meatballs from the dough and put them on your baking sheet. 

7- Flatten the meatballs and mold them with your hands to form cookies (Cookies will not change shape when cooked).
Bake at 180 degrees for 10-15 minutes.

Now have fun! Like most cookies, they are best when served hot, at the end of the oven, but you can also keep them in a sealed box or in a food bag.

Advice :
Try putting some coconut oil on your fingers before forming your cookies to prevent them from sticking to your hands.
Benefits of the ingredients:

Banana is rich in soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber tends to slow down digestion and keep you full longer. According to a study conducted by the University of Leeds in the UK, increasing the consumption of high-fiber foods, such as bananas, can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and coronary heart disease.

Banana contains many essential vitamins and minerals such as potassium, calcium, manganese, magnesium, iron, folate, niacin, riboflavin and vitamin B6. All these elements contribute to the proper functioning of the body.

Due to the presence of iron in bananas, they are beneficial for people with anemia, which is a disease characterized by a decrease in the number of red blood cells or hemoglobin in the blood.

Cocoa contains 40 times more antioxidants than blueberries. It has an incredible ORAC index of 98,000 for 100g, compared to only 2400 for blueberries. ORAC indices measure the ability of antioxidants to absorb free radicals from toxins in our environment, which damage cells and tissues and can lead to diseases such as cancer.

Cocoa is the world's highest source of man-made iron, with an impressive 13.9 mg per 100 g. To get the most out of iron, combine it with vitamin C.

Oats contain soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber helps lower cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar. The insoluble fiber in oats contributes to better intestinal transit by reducing constipation and improving intestinal health.

Oats provide several important nutrients such as thiamine, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, selenium and iron.
Chocolate oatmeal cookies recipe