Making desserts at home is usually a lengthy process. It is much simpler to open a box of cookies from a commercial bakery, and you’re done; however, these kinds of cookies are full of sugar, saturated fats, and virtually zero fiber.
This can be changed quickly and quickly with these easy banana cookies that do not require baking.
How to Make No-Bake Banana Cookies
Follow the steps below to make amazing no-bake banana cookies that are easy to make without baking. More detailed instructions are available in the recipe book. Make sure to go through that too. Enjoy!
Step 1: Gather the ingredients.
Step 2: Mix the milk with grated or shaved chocolate.
A mixing bowl put the milk in a mixing bowl and then the grated chocolate. Stir thoroughly with a spoon until the chocolate is softened.
Step 3: Microwave the milk and chocolate for 10 to 15 seconds.
Put the bowl in the microwave for between ten and 15 seconds while using the defrost mode. If you are melting chocolate using the microwave, you must use this feature to stop melting chocolate from burning.
Take the microwave off and mix with the help of a spoon or whisk. Be sure that the chocolate has fully melted. If the chocolate has not completely melted, you can repeat the microwave for another 10 seconds.
Step 4: Mix the chocolate and sugar with the spices. Stir thoroughly.
Step 5: Mash the banana and add it to the mix and the oatmeal. Mix thoroughly.
Step 6: Place portions of the dough onto the cookie sheet or mold.
I employed a silicone mold to create these cookies, but you can make them using whatever you have. The easiest method is to pour the ingredients in tablespoons on a waxed tray.
Step 7: Put the cookies in the freezer for 2 hours. Enjoy!
Take them out of the freezer, detach and place them in a sealed, dry, clean container. Cookies should be stored within the fridge.
No-Bake Banana Cookies
yield: 16 COOKIES Preparation time: 15 Minutes Additional time: 2 HOUR Total time: 2 12 HOURS
The no-bake banana cookies are perfectly sweet and delicious.
- 1 cup of chocolate grated
- 1 1/2 cups of oats
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/4 cup milk
- Half a banana
- Spices A pinch of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and cloves
Mixing bowl put the milk in a mixing bowl and then the grated chocolate. Mix well with a spoon until all the chocolate is coated.
Depending on the defrost option, the container should be placed in the oven for between 10 and 15 seconds. While melting chocolate, you must use this feature to stop melting chocolate from burning.
Remove the microwave from the heat and mix using a spoon or whisk. Be sure that the chocolate has fully melted. If the chocolate has not completely melted, you can microwave it for another 10 seconds.
Add the chocolate as well as sugar and spices to the mix. Stir thoroughly.
Simply mash the banana using the help of a fork before adding this to your mix. Then, add the oatmeal and mix well.
We use a silicone mold of mini cupcakes for these cookies. It is possible to use any mold that you have available. The most effective method is to pour the ingredients in tablespoons onto a tray lined with wax paper.
After you’ve formed cookies, place them in the refrigerator for a minimum of two hours.
Take them out of the freezer, remove them from mold, and place them in a sealed, dry, clean container. Cookies should be stored at room temperature in your refrigerator.
Ingredients for Banana No-Bake Cookies
The main essential component is the banana. The sweet fruit tastes delicious and is packed with potassium. They are a great way to start the day with a positive beginning.
Then there’s that of chocolaty. In the recipe, we would recommend dark chocolate. Dark chocolate has a significant amount of flavonoids. This aids in improving the functioning of the heart. It also creates a feeling of satisfaction and joy.
One of the main ingredients in the cookie includes oatmeal. We suggest using Oats that are rolled to get the most texture, but you can use whatever is within your kitchen pantry (except steel-cut Oats).
Also, we add sugar, peanut butter as well as vanilla. If you want, you could use Stevia and any other natural sweetener.
Some prefer using Nutellaor coconut butter instead of peanut butter. Both are excellent options. Make sure you use the same ratio explained in this recipe, and you’ll be good to go!
Cookies with no-bake add-ins as well as Substitutions
Although chocolate and bananas have distinct and intense flavors, a delicious dessert has various flavors. The diversity of flavors enlarges the taste and helps an ordinary dessert to be extraordinary.
In this case, you could use the spices you already have at home. The most commonly used choices are vanilla or cinnamon powder and Nutmeg. You can add a little of each to create a distinct taste.
Alternatively, you can make use of it. Alternatively, you can use lime, lemon, or orange zest.
Another method to add volume to desserts is to incorporate different textures. If you want to experiment with something new, you can try adding crushed nuts to the cookies.
This is a recipe that you can prepare without your eyes shut. Whatever combination of ingredients you select, you’ll be able to make a delicious cookie loaded with nutrients and taste.
Simply melt the chocolate, smash the bananas, mix it all thoroughly with the sweetener and put spoonfuls of the mixture on an unbaked tray.
It is recommended to use a silicone mold as well as waxed paper so that you can quickly remove the cookies.
If you don’t own wax paper, you could sprinkle some starch or flour on a tray for cookies to make it easy to remove them.
They are great to serve as a breakfast alternative or as a snack during the afternoon. It is a good idea to bake enough cookies to store them in an airtight container within the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
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