3 Ingredient Banana Oatmeal Glazed Pecan Cookies

2 super over ripe bananas, mashed

1 cup uncooked oats

1/4 cup crushed walnuts, or glazed pecans, or almonds..whatever your fancy 😉

Preheat oven to 350

Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray

Mixed the mashed banana with the oats thoroughly. Fold in the crushed nuts.  Drop by tablespoons on the cookie sheet.  Bake for 15 mins, and Enjoy!

12 responses to “3 Ingredient Banana Oatmeal Glazed Pecan Cookies

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  2. I love making my own baked tloritla chips! I hate the overly salted prepackaged kind. My favorite savory snack at the moment (I go through phases) is a Lundberg rice cake topped with sunflower butter and sweet mini peppers. I’ve never seen the pizza hummus I might just have to make some of my own!I just made some roasted chickpeas similar to Mama Pea’s pumpkin spiced ones and they turned out great, but I’m really curious about this crispy version of yours! I’m gonna go check it out!

  3. Kudos to you you’ve successfully goettn me to comment on a blog for the very first time.This was one of the tastiest dishes I’ve had in a long time. My kids weren’t huge fans of the chickpeas so when I make this next (and I will be making it again) I’ll be subbing them out but for what I’m not sure yet Keep on posting. I look forward to stumbling on another gem from you.Heather

  4. What you are talking about is a life style change not a diet. Diets are temporary and do not last. Also neither a vegan or vegetarian diets has more weight loss benefits than the other. Weight loss has to do with metabolism, diet, and exercise. Basically you just need to watch how many calories you are taking in daily. Vegetarians and vegans are definitely not always skinny. Although their limited diets consist of foods that are lower in calories they also deprive the body of important nutrients if care is not taken. I suggest becoming a pescatarian (i.e. essentially a vegetarian that eats fish and seafood). Regardless you do not need to become a vegan ect… to lose weight. Eat lean meat, plenty of fruits and vegtables, whole grain wheat breads, and drink plenty of water. Just limit your consumption. One should never eat until he/she feels "full". Also people who eat throughout the day tend to weigh less. Eat small meals ( lunch example: sandwich(bread,meat, maybe cheese/ a yogurt/ and an apple) and eat a small snack in between to prevent hunger (carrots, celery, or a banana). Most people overeat because of prolonged hunger. And finally make sure you get at least 30min. of exercise daily.

  5. could I ask if there is a substitute for maple syrup, sometimes it’s not readily available n our place c: please answer it I really love to try this c:On a Diet Reply:January 14th, 2009 at 10:10 amHere’s an easy substitute for maple syrup. Ingredients needed:1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed1/2 cup granulated sugar1 teaspoon maple extract (or vanilla extract)1 teaspoon butter1 cup boiling waterPlace the granulated sugar in a heavy skillet. Heat until the sugar melts and turns brown (keep the heat very low so the sugar doesn’t burn). Meanwhile, place the brown sugar into a heavy saucepan. Pour water over the brown sugar and bring to a boil (without stirring). Add the caramelized white sugar to the melted brown sugar in the saucepan. Simmer, stirring often, until the syrup has thickened. Remove from the heat, and whisk in the butter and maple/vanilla extract.This makes about 1 cup.

  6. This is an awesome rcepie!! My new favorite dish. I added red chili flakes to spice it up a bit and some feta cheese on top as a garnish and it was divine! My husband who generally dislikes sweet potatoes can’t wait for me to make it again. On a side note, love your photography and your blog!

  7. could I ask if there is a substitute for maple syrup, smeotimes it’s not readily available n our place c: please answer it I really love to try this c:On a Diet Reply:January 14th, 2009 at 10:10 amHere’s an easy substitute for maple syrup. Ingredients needed:1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed1/2 cup granulated sugar1 teaspoon maple extract (or vanilla extract)1 teaspoon butter1 cup boiling waterPlace the granulated sugar in a heavy skillet. Heat until the sugar melts and turns brown (keep the heat very low so the sugar doesn’t burn). Meanwhile, place the brown sugar into a heavy saucepan. Pour water over the brown sugar and bring to a boil (without stirring). Add the caramelized white sugar to the melted brown sugar in the saucepan. Simmer, stirring often, until the syrup has thickened. Remove from the heat, and whisk in the butter and maple/vanilla extract.This makes about 1 cup.

  8. That’s a slick answer to a challenging question

  9. Thanks for sharing. Your post is a useful contribution.

  10. So much info in so few words. Tolstoy could learn a lot.

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