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Healthy Banana and Oatmeal Cookies (no butter, sugar, flour or dairy)

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These healthy, banana oatmeal cookies are dairy-free, and depending on your add-ins, gluten, and sugar-free too.  So yummy and healthy, you could serve them for breakfast!

healthy banana oat cookies

(Thanks to Silk for partnering with me on this post!)

healthy banana oatmeal cookies

I just can’t believe a cookie made with so few ingredients can taste so good!

It’s true – all you need to make these healthy banana oatmeal cookies are ripe bananas, quick-cooking oats, Almondmilk and your choice of optional add-ins.  

For today’s cookies, I went with craisins, white chocolate chips and a bit of coconut, though the last time I made these, I used chocolate chips and walnuts.

healthy oatmeal cookies no sugar

Now, keep in mind.  These cookies WILL NOT taste like a normal sugary oatmeal raisin cookie, so If that is what you are expecting, this recipe is not for you, lol.

Healthy Banana Oatmeal Cookies

For the liquid in this recipe, I used Silk Almondmilk.  I’ve personally made the switch to plant-based “milk” products, but anything you choose will work fine. (I love that the unsweetened light Silk Almondmilk has only 30 calories per serving and 50% more calcium than milk AND the Silk brand Almond Milk is non-GMO certified.)

Make these amazing and healthy Banana Oatmeal Cookies (no butter sugar flour or dairy- unless you add it in.)

I can’t begin to tell you how awesome these little banana oat cookies are- you just have to try them to believe it!

Other healthy snacks you might enjoy:

Healthy Banana Oatmeal Cookies.

Tried these no sugar banana oatmeal cookies?

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Make these amazing and healthy Banana Oatmeal Cookies (no butter sugar flour or dairy- unless you add it in.)

Healthy Banana and Oatmeal Cookies (no butter, sugar, flour or dairy)

  • Author: Jamie Sanders
  • Prep Time: 10
  • Cook Time: 20
  • Total Time: 30 minutes


Healthy Banana and Oatmeal Cookies:   These healthy, banana oat cookies are dairy free, and depending on your add-ins, gluten and sugar free too.  So yummy and healthy, you could serve them for breakfast.


  • 4 ripe Bananas
  • 2 cups of quick oats
  • 1/4 cup of Almond Milk (or regular milk if that is all you have.)
  • Add-ins of your choice ( used 1/3 cup of white chocolate chips, Craisins and 1/4 cup of shredded coconut)



  1. Mash the 4 bananas and mix in the quick oats and almond milk. Stir everything together and add in your optional mix-ins.
  2. Spoon Cookie dough onto a very well greased cookie sheet. (I just used my pampered chef scoop and flattened the tops of the cookies out just a bit since they will not spread and I wanted them to cook evenly.)
  3. Cook at 350 for 15 to 20 minutes or until the cookies look done.

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  1. Very good 👍 I did add some flax Seeds and Chi seeds. Turned out great !

  2. I love these! Keep them frozen and when I want a treat, just grab 2, and eat frozen! Delish!

  3. Turned out great! I added dried papaya, coconut, chia seeds and a little bit of coconut oil. The next round will be apple pie inspired. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  4. Are these supposed to be soft or crispy? Mine almost seemed undercooked.

    1. Jamie Sanders says:

      they are soft, but should not be falling apart. Cook them a few minutes longer if you feel they need it.