Who wouldn't love salted caramel? Who wouldn’t love cookies?
I'm hooked on vegan oat cookies. I think I could change the name of the blog to The Queen of Cookies. I even have a one whole Pinterest board dedicated just for cookies.
The greatness of cookies lays in their easiness. If you have two bananas and oats at home you only need 30 minutes to enjoy some freshly baked super delicious cookies without added sugar.
I must admit that dates are pretty sugary so don't eat the whole batch by yourself! Have you ever tried to bake cookies for breakfast? If you are more for sweet breakfasts instead of savory bacon and omelette, try oat cookies. They are baked with ingredients that are full of stuff that is good for you, like protein and potassium.
Want to bake more healthy cookies? Check out these recipes:
Do you have a favorite vegan oat cookie recipe? Please share a link in comments and I will give it a try!
Vegan Salted Caramel Cookies
- 10 dates
- 4 tbsp water or almond milk
- ¼ tsp salt flakes
- 2 cups oats gluten free
- ⅓ cup pecans
- 2 bananas
- Preheat oven to 180 Celsius | 370 Fahrenheit.
- Pit the dates and put them in blender or food processor with water (or almond milk). Pulse until a nice paste has formed. Add the salt.
- Measure oats and pecans in the food processor. Run in a flour.
- Peel the bananas and mash them with a fork.
- Mix the oats and pecan flour in the banana mash.
- Swirl the salted caramel in the cookie dough.
- Use two tablespoons to form thick cookies. Press them a little before baking.
- Bake for about 30 minutes.
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