- Servings: 2-3
- Prep Time: 20m
- Cook Time: 15m
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- •Oatmeal 130 gr.
- •Bananas 1 pc.
- •Vegetable oil 45 gr.
- •Sesame 1.5 tbsp
- •Sunflower seeds 1.5 tbsp
- •Ground cinnamon to taste
- •Ginger powder to taste
How to make cookies not burnt?
So that the dough does not burn, you need to put a bowl of water in the oven. It doesn’t matter which test is in question. It can be any dough: fresh, yeast, biscuit, shortbread, custard. If the cookies are slightly burnt, you can rub a bit on the grater with the burned side, and by removing the cinder in this way, both the look and taste will be corrected!
Tips for storing cookies.
After you bake homemade cookies, let it cool well on a baking sheet and only then transfer it to the dishes. It is best to store cookies in a tin, tightly closed jar in a cool place.
Cookies are tasty and nutritious. This recipe is good in that it helps to dispose of seemingly already spoiled bananas, because in order to make this cookie, it is necessary that the bananas are ripened and give sweetness. The step of frying the oatmeal is optional; you can skip it. You can add raisins, dried fruit, berries to the composition, but I refused this practice, because these ingredients burn out a lot during baking.
Overripe sweet bananas need to be peeled and mashed with a fork or potato crusher.
Oatmeal must be dried in a dry frying pan, stirring occasionally. Cool and add to bananas.
You should also add vegetable oil, mix the resulting mass.
Add spices, sesame and seeds.
Stir the “dough” and form flat cookies with a diameter of about 4 cm. Put them on a baking sheet. Cover the baking sheet with parchment paper.
Bake at 180 degrees for about 20 minutes. Cookies should be browned. Now remove the cookies from the pan and cool.