3 Ingredient Oat Cookies

These healthy 3 ingredient oat cookies are perfect for a snack on the go! Suitable for toddlers and babies from 6 months.

3 Ingredient Oat Cookies|3 Ingredient Oat Cookies - recipe for doddl|3 Ingredient Oat Cookies

This yummy cookie recipe is great for getting your little ones involved in the prep!

These healthy 3 ingredient oat cookies are perfect for a snack on the go! They are made with only 3 ingredients, but you can switch up the recipe by using any nut butter you fancy - peanut, cashew and almond butter all work well.


👶🏻Suitable from 6 months

❄️Can be frozen for up to 3 months



-3 large ripe bananas

-200g oats

-2 tbsp nut butter


-Mash the bananas

-Mix in the oats and nut butter until combined

-Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper and spoon the mixture onto it - approx 1-2tbsp per cookie

-Bake at 180c fan for 20 minutes

-Allow to cool before storing in an airtight container

Why not have a go at making these 3 ingredient oat cookies?
Then post a photo of the finished result and tag us on our Instagram @doddl.
Don't forget to check out our other baby and toddler snacks recipes here!
Another simple and tasty recipe made especially for doddl by Jess at babyled_bears.   Find out more about doddl baby and toddler mealtime products by visiting the doddl store or if you're in the US visit us at our US doddl store.

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