Homemade biscuits have been and will be a great alternative to shopping cookies, even if it is made as simple as banana oatmeal cookies. To make a delicious addition to tea or coffee, you need a minimum of products, and besides, they are all simple and affordable. Oatmeal can take any. “Quick” oatmeal can simply pour boiling water, and if the oatmeal is “slow”, you have to boil it for a few minutes.
- 1 glass of oatmeal;
- 1 large banana;
- 1 tbsp. l Sahara;
- 3 tbsp. l whole grain flour;
- 1 handful of raisins;
- 1 tbsp. l sesame seeds;
- 1/5 tsp. ground cinnamon;
- 1 tbsp. l vegetable oil;
1. Pour oatmeal into a deep bowl.
2. Pour boiling water over the flakes. And if they need to boil, then they need to fall asleep in boiling water, boil for 5-7 minutes, and then drain the excess water and cool.
3. While the oatmeal cools down, peel a large ripe banana or a couple of small ones, cut it into slices.
4. Send a sliced banana to a bowl of soft oatmeal. You can knead everything well with a spoon, or you can turn it into a pasty mass using an immersion blender.
5. Pour wholegrain flour and mixed, washed, and dried raisins into a bowl.
6. Now sprinkle sesame seeds and ground cinnamon.
7. You need to mix everything thoroughly and then you can lay out the oatmeal mass for baking.
8. Cover the baking sheet with foil, brush with vegetable oil. Spoon lay small portions of oatmeal. Bake cookies at 180 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
9. Allow the finished cookie to cool, then separate it from the foil and try.