Tuesday, 10 September 2019

ZERO BADDIES Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies


Looking at my blog statistics isn't something I do very often (as in...I never do...maybe I should...!), but it has come to my attention recently that my 'zero baddies' recipes seem to be the most popular on the blog!

Maybe that's down to a combination of factors: readers/bakers taking more of an interest in alternative recipes that don't involve refined sugars/modern wheat/dairy etc, summer health kicks OR the recipes just look and sound ruddy yummy! (Here's me hoping it's more of the last one :) )

If I'm being more specific about it, you guys seem to looooove my Zero Baddies PB Chocolate Chunk Cookies! (I'm not surprised because they're my fave too...maybe it translates!)

So this, combined with my summer obsession with strawberries left me with a mini creative craving to conjure up a recipe for you all that feels naughty to nibble on, without any of the cookie guilt!

So purrlleease enjoy and bake to your hearts content these super easy to make, guilt free, refined sugar free, gluten free (using GF oats) and dairy free (using DF chocolate), Strawberry Chocolate Chip Cookies!




What you'll need//

3 medium, very ripe bananas
2 tbsp peanut butter
2 tbsp maple syrup
2 cups oats
1 tsp cinnamon
half tsp baking powder
50g dark choc chunks
50g milk choc chips
6 strawberries (chopped)
(optional: few drops strawberry essence)




What to do//

Preheat your oven to 180 degrees C (fan) and line two baking trays with greaseproof paper.

Mash your banana in a mixing bowl and stir in all of your wet ingredients.

Leaving aside a few chocolate chips and strawberry pieces for the tops of the cookies, add everything else into the mixing bowl and combine.

Using an ice cream scoop of tablespoon, make little cookie size blobs and place them onto your baking trays (don't flatten them out). Place your extra treats on top.

Bake for 15-18 minutes.

Leave to cool (I burnt my tongue through impatience) before devouring, guiltlessly!












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