So I'm not going to pretend like these are really healthy. No, lets just keep it real here, these are indulgent chocolate chip oat cookies that are damn tasty. They are real simple to make and take about 20 minutes from mixing to total cooking time (I kid you not). So lets get to it!
Ripe Banana x 2
1/2 Mug of brown sugar (optional)
1 Cup of all purpose flour
1 Cup of oats
60 grams dark chocoalte (75%+)
Cinnamon x 1 Teaspoon
Here's How To Make Them
Heat the oven to 180 - 190 degrees.
In a bowl mash the bannanas until a pulp using a fork. Stir in the sugar and the cinnamon.
Stir in the flour thoroughly, and then finally add the oats. If the consistency is too thick you can add a little coconut milk etc to moisten the mixture.
Break up the chocolate into small pieces and stir into the mixure. If you prefer your chocolate less rugged you can always but dark chocolate drops.
Now take that cookie dough and spoon into small round mounds on a lightly greased tray. Allow 1 - 2 cm between each dollop as it will spread. You may need to shape the cookie dough a little so that it resembles a round shape (or any shape you prefer!).
Place on the top shelf of the oven and cook for 14 - 16 minutes. The cookies should be golden but gooey.
You can chance it now and swipe a few off the tray but remember they are still hot and the chocolate will ooze out and may burn you in the process (I made that school boy error. Do I regeret it? No. No I don't!).
Leave to cool. Serve when you are ready.