These 2-Ingredient Healthy Almond Cookies can be made by a toddler! Seriously, these cookies are so easy to make, taste so fresh, healthy, and sweet. I mean seriously, who needs shop-bought cookies, when you can make some yourself in less than 30 minutes….and only 2 ingredients!
I have to say – these cookies have become my favourite cookies. Who knew a 2 ingredient cookie recipe could taste so good?!
These cookies are sweetened with banana, and mixed with almond flour. I optionally added some melted chocolate on top, but that’s not a must.
Just 2 Healthy Ingredients Are Needed To Make These Banana Almond Cookies:
As the title suggests, these cookies are made with just 2 healthy ingredients:
- almond flour
If you are wondering what the heck almond flour is, trust me, it’s nothing complicated, it’s just ground blanched almonds, it can be found in pretty much any store, or ordered online.
More Vegan Cookie Recipes:
1. Vegan Maple Chocolate Cookies (GF Oil-Free)
2. Easy Vegan Soft Pumpkin & Almond Cookies
3. 3-Ingredient Vegan Fresh Fig Cookies
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2-Ingredient Healthy Almond Cookies
- Blender/food processor
- 1 cup//225g or two medium-sized bananas
- 1 cup/120g of ground almond flour
- 3 tbsp Melted Dark chocolate
- Preheat the oven to 170°C/ 340°F /Gas Mark 3, and arrange the oven tray onto the middle shelf.
- Place the bananas and almond flour in a food processor ( a blender should work just fine). (Alternatively, mash the bananas, then fold in the almond flour)
- Mix until combined, about 1 minute. Your cookie dough mixture should be creamy but firm enough to be scooped with an ice cream scoop or a spoon.
- If it's too creamy, add a little more almond flour (start with 1 tbsp, then add another 1 tbsp if necessary).
- Use an ice cream scoop with a spring release or a spoon to drop the cookies onto a baking tray covered with parchment paper.
- Flatten each cookie ball just a tiny bit with the palm of your hand or the back of a spoon.
- Place the baking tray in the oven (on top of the preheated oven tray) and bake for about 20-30 minutes (depending on your oven type), or until they look golden and crunchy on the outside.
- Take the cookies out of the oven, and allow to cool slightly.
- Drizzle some optional melted chocolate if you like, allow the chocolate to set and serve.
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danielle2 July 2021 at 16h05
Could applesauce be substituted for banana (I’m allergic?)
Elena2 July 2021 at 17h15
Yep, you can definitely use banana instead of applesauce!
danielle2 July 2021 at 23h19
Oh, I mean applesauce instead of banana. Does that work?
Elena3 July 2021 at 15h01
Hey yes, definitely although you will need to add a touch more almond flour.