Guilt-free Banana Biscuits

These Guilt-free Banana Biscuits, with no added sugar, are a tasty treat.

Guilt-free Banana Biscuits

When you have a sweet tooth and want to stay on the right track, these Guilt-free Banana Biscuits are a tasty but safe treat.

Ingredients

  • 3 mashed bananas (ripe)
  • 1/3 cup apple sauce
  • 2 cups oats
  • 1/4 cup almond milk
  • 1/2 cup raisins (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon

Method
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until combined. Press golf-ball sized balls of mixture onto a baking pan. Bake at 150°C for 15-20 minutes. Enjoy warm or save them in an airtight container for a guilt-free snack.





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    mbelfer
    3rd Apr 2014
    12:24pm
    Sounds great.....as I am on a low FODMAP diet, apple sauce is a non-no for me. Any ideas for a substitute (peaches pears, apricots, plums likewise out, I miss them !!!)

    melon? paw-paw? pumpkin?
    Rachel Tyler Jones
    3rd Apr 2014
    12:35pm
    Hi mbelfer,
    Since the banana would act as a substitute for egg as a binding agent, I'm guessing the applesauce is being used to replace the oil or butter. Adding oil will increase the calories in these biscuits, but I think if you experiment with using a sunflower oil to replace the applesauce you should find the biscuits still turn out very tasty. Just don't overdo it :)
    Ollie2
    3rd Apr 2014
    1:12pm
    Can I substitute ordinary milk for almond milk?...an allergy
    Greibel
    3rd Apr 2014
    3:31pm
    Have you tried oat milk? I use it all the time and now much prefer it to cow's milk. I've used it in baking and the biscuits / cakes come out perfectly.
    HOLA
    4th Apr 2014
    10:31am
    I have just started using Organic Coconut Oil. It says coconut oil does not raise cholesterol levels but it is quickly metabolised into energy. It is high in Lauric acid. I looked it up on the Internet.


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