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Simple 2-ingredient Chia Cookies

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If you liked my banana and oats cookies, here are some more ideas. Just replace the oats with chia seeds or sesame seeds, or even mix both types of seeds. I added some shredded coconut and grinded oats as well, but that’s optional.

You don’t need any sweetener, because bananas are sweet enough. What’s even better is that the seeds will give the cookies some crispiness and will take them to the next level!


Why And How To Eat Chia Seeds


Why And How To Eat Flax Seeds

You need

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 cup of seeds



Mash the banana with a fork or another tool and add the seeds.



Mix the ingredients well and form equal balls out of the mixture.



Put greased parchment paper on your tray so your cookies won’t stick.

Put the balls on the paper and flatten them a bit.



Bake in preheated oven for 15-20 minutes on 180°C (350°F).

When they are done, let them cool down completely and then enjoy these delicious, healthy vegan treats!



Bonus tip

Add raisins, cocoa or cacao powder, or cinnamon to spice up your cookies a bit.



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6 thoughts on “Simple 2-ingredient Chia Cookies

  1. Your photos show sesame seeds, coconut, and some flour-ey substance in both the ingredients and the final cookies; can you give the full recipe here?

    1. I am so sorry for the delayed response. The photo shows oat flour, black and regular sesame seeds, chia and desiccated coconut.

    1. Hi Martin! I have never tried freezing them, so I am not sure about that, but I suppose that if you want to freeze them, it’s better to do it after they are baked. It only takes a few minutes to prepare the mixture anyway. Happy weekend! 🙂

  2. this did not work at all… quantities are way off and the recipe must be missing ingredients?

    1. Hi, I am sorry to hear that it didn’t work out for you! The ingredients are correct, although the size of banana can vary indeed. What is it that didn’t work? Keep in mind that with just two ingredients they won’t have the exact texture of regular cookies. Did you manage to get the consistency showed in the photo?

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