Sugar-Free Oatmeal Banana Raisin Cookies

"I was searching for something sugar-free to take to a bake sale, and came across a recipe similar to this online. This is my modified version of that recipe. These sold quickly at the bake sale! They have a granola-like appearance and are soft and chewy. A little cinnamon added in might be good, too."
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photo by Teresa C. photo by Teresa C.
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Ready In:
24 cookies




  • Preheat oven to 350°.
  • Mash bananas in a large bowl. Stir in the rest of the ingredients and combine well.
  • Drop by teaspoonfuls onto a cooking sheet sprayed with baking spray.
  • Bake for 15 minutes or until lightly browned.

Questions & Replies

  1. Hi, I am making this recipe right now. I added 1/2 cup wholemeal bread flour to the recipe. How many days can this cookie last in an air tight tin? I wanted to make this for Christmas. Is there anything I should do to keep this cookie from lasting at least 1 week?


  1. Wow! I had only 2 very ripe bananas so I used them and cut the oats to 1 1/2 cups and only used 1/4 cup corn oil. Sprinkled with cinnamon and popped them into the oven. The look more like drops or mounds than cookies since they didn't flatten out like cookies do. My kids loved them but I had to stop them from eating more because I am bringing these to a friend's house tonight! Thanks for a great (and healthy) recipe that was so easy and quick to make!
  2. Great recipe and sugar free makes this a wonderful recipe. I added a sprinkle of cinnamon and coconut flakes, because I didn't have raisins. Easy batter, and they baked in a mound. Here is a pic... can't wait to sample them. Thanks again!
    • Review photo by Teresa C.
  3. I absolutely loved these. Not only were they quick and easy, they tasted amazing. I have a fibromyalgia (so no sugar or potatoes), I also have celiac disease and a bunch of other food allergies (restrictions) so this was a great recipe for me. Thank you so much!
  4. Fantastic! I made these for my sister, who is diabetic, and was thrilled that I loved them too. Thanks for a delicious and very easy-to-make recipe!
  5. These were very good. I'm on a gluten free, wheat free, sugar free lifestyle diet. So this fit the bill perfectly. The bananas have their own natural sweetness to these cookies. The only thing I did differently was add a pinch of cinnamon and subbed the rasins for crasins. Next time I will omit the crasins all together, otherwise I think these are a good light cookie without the guilt. Awesome post!


  1. I have been on a kick with trying to find lighter desserts for the kids to enjoy, and this one was perfect. I subbed 1/2 cup applesauce for the oil and Craisins for the raisins. I then made half sprinkled with cinnamon and the other half with a small dollop of peanut butter on top. They're nothing special, but my 2-year-old went crazy for them! I'll definitely be making them often. Thank you!
  2. Made these, half with raisins and half with choc chips, sprinkled with a little cinnamon before baking. My husband and I found them a little bland but my 16 month old daughter thought the raisin ones were great and is also a good way to get her to eat banana as she normally wont touch it. I would make these again for my little one but will probably try with apple sauce instead of oil and with a little peanut butter next time. Thanks for posting!!
  3. Excellent, naturally sweet, vegan cookie! I used 2 bananas and 1/4 cup applesauce and added 2 tbsp of peanut butter. I also used 3/4 cup chocolate chips instead of the raisins. Yum!
  4. This is one easy, delicious and healthy recipe! I added a little honey for sweetness, and used crunchy peanut butter. A diabetic friend added one pack of natural Stevia. Definitely a keeper!


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