Bananas | CitiClean BlogIce cream is best in the summer, and hot chocolate is a tasty winter treat, but cookies are meant to be eaten all year long. As yummy as freshly baked cookies are, it’s no fun baking in front of the oven when you could be outside enjoying the sun. Instead of spending all day baking cookies, spend 10 minutes mixing up a refreshing batch of no bake frozen cookies.

You’ll need:

  • A large mixing bowl
  • A nonstick baking sheet that fits in the freezer
  • One cup rolled oats
  • Two medium banana, very ripe
  • ¼ cup either chocolate spread, tahini paste, or peanut butter (mixing and matching is delicious)
  • ¼ cup or more of raisins or another dried fruit

Mix all the ingredients together very well, and allow to sit for five minutes (this softens up the oats). Next spoon out the mixture onto the freezer safe, non stick baking sheet. A rubber baking sheet works amazingly for this, but if you don’t have one than any baking sheet, sprayed with oil, will do.

Leave the cookies in the freezer for at least one hour before eating them. The cookies must be kept frozen, but after one hour they can be removed from the baking sheet and stored in a freezer safe container.

This is a super fun, easy and healthy recipe for low calorie, low effort, summer friendly cookies.

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