- 35g wholemeal flour
- 200g oat flour
- 30g coconut oil
- 200g dates
- 3 flax eggs
- 200 ml unsweetened non dairy milk (oat/soy/coconut/rice/…)
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- 1 tbs cinnamon
- 1 cup blueberries
- Zest of 1/2 lemon optional
Preheat the oven to 200C.
Blend the dates with the milk until smooth, then add all the other ingredients, less the peanuts in a bowl and mix well until combined.
Scoop a tablespoon of dough in a baking tray slightly floured, and place blueberries to taste into the dough. Put the tray in the oven and wait until they begin to turn golden, (+- 15 minutes). Carefully remove the tray from the oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes.
- 35g farinha integral
- 200g farinha de aveia
- 30g óleo de coco
- 200g tâmaras
- 200g leite vegetal sem açúcar (aveia, soja, coco, arroz, etc.)
- 3 ovos de linhaça
- 2 c. chá de fermento p/ bolos
- 1 c. sopa de canela
- 1 caneca de mirtilos
- raspas de casca de meio limão (opcional)
Pré-aquecer o forno a 200°C.
Liquidificar as tâmaras, com o leite até que fique cremoso. Adicionar todos os outros ingredientes numa taça, com excepção dos mirtilos e mexer até que a massa esteja consistente.
Colocar uma colherada de massa num tabuleiro polvilhado de farinha e mirtilos a gosto. Levar ao forno até estarem dourados por +- 15 minutos.
27 thoughts on “Easy & Healthy Blueberry Oat Cookies (bolachas saudáveis de aveia e mirtilos)”
This sounds so much healthier than the standard choc chip cookie recipe.
I can’t say that they are the same, but they are really delicious and healthy ?
These look delicious! I will try these out!
Thanks Sherise, let me know how it goes 😉
Yummy! I will create a gluten free version of this. Thankyou.
brilliant, hope you like them 😉
Im certain I will ?
Another of your recipes to try, had best get cooking & baking. 🙂
Hihi ? thanks
Looks so good ?
Those look delicious! Thanks for sharing, my boys love anything blueberry. I’ll have to make those! 🙂
Hope they like it 😉
Gotta try this ?
Hope you enjoy it 😉
I bought a bunch of blueberries yesterday that will probably end up in my smoothie. But this looks like a tasty recipe recipes to spice up my blueberries. Thanks, Ana!
Hope you enjoy it 😉
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These look delicious. I love using oat flour in cookies, and using dates as a sweetener is a great idea.
Glad you found it a good idea 😉 the dates as a sweetener really works for me, can’t remember when was the last time I baked with refined sugar
First time heard a recipe with coconut oil
It’s a really nice/healthier alternative to other oils and butters