Perfectly chewy and surprisingly healthy, these grain, egg, and dairy-free Banana Nut Butter Cookies are just the treat you need!
As a healthy-minded momma, I try to keep my kids’ treat options as healthy as possible. And these Banana Nut Butter Cookies are some of their recent favorites.
They’re free of grain, dairy, and refined sugar, and full of nutritious ingredients like bananas, nut butter, honey, cinnamon, raisins, and one of my all-time favorite flours – buckwheat.
A grain-free alternative.
Yep, they’re grain-free and contain buckwheat flour. If you’re confused, head no over to Intoxicated on Life, where I’m sharing this delicious recipe, and find out how these little buckwheat beauties are grain-free!
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We’re trying to eat fewer grains so these would be perfect for my family! They look delish!
Thanks, Allison! I hope your family enjoys them as much as mine does. 🙂
This looks absolutely delicious and love that they are made with buckwheat flour. I have made banana nut chocolate chip cookies before but those were with regular flour. Would love to try these out!
Buckwheat is one of my favorites, Shumaila! I hope you get a chance to enjoy them!
I love that these are still chewy, despite the lack of typical ingredients and they look absolutely delicious! I also love how you used buckwheat! I am really going to try these soon. Thanks for sharing! Luci’s Morsels | fashion. food. frivolity.
I hope you enjoy them, Luci! I love finding ways to sneak new, healthier ingredients into treats. 🙂
Oh gosh, how yummy do these look, and grain free too!
Thank you, Bintu! 🙂
I’ve never worked with buckwheat flour, but it sounds incredibly interesting to use it in cookies!
Haha, yes, it’s interesting. 😉 Probably not a flour most people would think of to put in cookies, but it’s surprisingly delicious!
Yummy. I am doing yoga right now and eating cookies;)
Haha! Good job. 😉
These look so good Raia! I love that you use buckwheat and you can’t go wrong with those raisins and chocolate in there 🙂
Thanks, Emily! Raisins and chocolate definitely are a plus. 😉
Since these have buckwheat and bananas, I think they’re safe to have for breakfast. 😉 Also? That chewy part is so enticing.
Agreed. 😉 Definitely perfect for breakfast!