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Oatmeal Cookies - Three Different Ways [Raisin, Chocolate, Pumpkin Pie]


I wanted to share one of my favorite treats I've been enjoying every week while losing over 70 pounds now!


Oatmeal cookies - however, I've made them with very few ingredients which are all wonderful at supporting a healthy weight.


Use any whole grain you have - rolled oats, steel-cut, or even oat groats!


Whole Grain Oats

Bananas

Spices

Add-ins like cocoa powder, pumpkin, raisins


Perfect for that evening treat some of us are looking for (I know I do!) alongside a cup of tea.


They also travel great and you can change up the ingredients so many different ways!


Did I mention we have a gingerbread version, apple, and chocolate mint that I adore?

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Oatmeal Cookies - Three Different Ways 
[Raisin, Chocolate, Pumpkin Pie]
 
By: The Jaroudi Family
 
www.thejaroudifamily.com
www.youtube.com/thejaroudifamily
 
Ingredients:
 
Raisin:
¼ cup raisins (make sure the only ingredient is raisins) 
1 ripe banana mashed 
1 tsp Ceylon cinnamon 
1 serving of cooked whole grain oats cooked(as directed of packaging) 
* Or one serving of raw rolled oats (as directed of packaging) 

Chocolate:
1 tbsp cocoa or cacao
1 ripe banana mashed 
1 tsp date paste (optional)
1 serving of whole grain oats cooked (as directed of packaging)
* Or one serving of raw rolled oats (as directed of packaging) 
 
Pumpkin Pie:
2 tbsp pumpkin puree
1 tbsp pumpkin pie spice
1 ripe banana mashed 
1 tsp date paste (optional) 
1 serving of whole grain oats cooked(as directed of packaging) 
* Or one serving of raw rolled oats (as directed of packaging) 
 
Whole Grain Oats such as steel-cut or oat groats will need to be cooked.

Rolled oats are raw for this recipe.  
 
Directions:
 
In a large bowl, add in all oatmeal cookie ingredients. 
 
Stir/mash well to incorporate all ingredients. 
 
On a baking dish lined with parchment paper, form cookies.
 
Makes 3-5 cookies.
 
Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. 
 
Let rest for 10 minutes after before removing from parchment paper. 
 
Enjoy! 

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Leslea Baugh
Leslea Baugh
Jan 18, 2021

I just made these cookies tonight and they were just what I needed to curb my sweet tooth after dinner. Thank you


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angelv182
Oct 04, 2020

I loved the raisin ones. I could eat those all the time. I have a triple batch of just those in the oven now after making all three recipes. I found a TABLESPOON of pumpkin pie spice or cocoa powder was way too much. I wonder if it was meant to say a TEASPOON?

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tammyg
Oct 03, 2020

Been making these a lot lately, thank you.

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bethborbon
Sep 27, 2020

If you're wondering what "one serving" of oats are, your cookies should turn out great if you go by what your package says one serving is =). I just made these using raw rolled oats, and used 1/2 cup of oats. If you don't have a package, you can do an internet search to see what one standard serving is.

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Kelley Craig
Kelley Craig
Sep 22, 2020

I buy my oat groats in bulk so I don't have package directions. Can I get a cup measurement, it would make it much easier. Thank you

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copeland.barb
May 07, 2021
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If someone pm you could you pls post it here as to cup size, I need to know this also Thankyou

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