So I made these bad boys last night. In celebration of the beginning of October! Whoo hop! My favorite month. Hopefully it won't go by too fast. :)
Anywho moving on to these muffin-y type cookies I made. I am determined to make a quality cookie, without any added sugar. Now, these are really good- Bare with me. But you do have to have an open mind. These are not for you if you like the crazy sweet stuff. I do not. I don't like how I feel afterwards, etc. I made these without any added sugar, and they turned out great!
I'm pretty proud of this- cause I've had a bunch of mistakes in the past :( But this one worked out texture wise!
So here is the recipe! Enjoy! And Happy National Kale Day too!
Dry Ingredients: [mix together]
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour (Any gluten free flour will work too and or pastry)
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
Cinnamon galore! (He he)
1/2 tsp sea salt
Wet ingredients: [Mix together]
1/2 cup apple sauce
1 cup smashed bananas
Flax or Chia Egg = 1 tbsp of Flax Meal + 3 tbsp warm water
1 cup canned organic pumpkin
Preheat Oven to 350.
Mix wet ingredients in 1 bowl and dry in a different bowl.
Then slowly mix together. If necessary add a tbsp of almond milk.
Spoon out whatever size cookie you'd like onto a parchment paper lined pan.
I then added in vegan, 67% cacao chocolate chips in some, and then also walnuts on some.
Cook for about 15 minutes. Until you can put a fork in it and it comes out clean, I like to keep mine a bit soft, so their chewy, but if you like them more crunchy- cooking them for a few minutes longer would do that. Enjoy !!!!
oh, hi !
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