My First Attempt At Deliciously Ella’s Healthy Oat Cookies

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After reading some rave reviews and being addicted to her Instagram account I caved and bought the Deliciously Ella book in a bid to find healthier snacks.

The end products all sound lovely yet when you read the ingredients list it shocked me about how you could put dates within chocolate cake, or sweet potato in a brownie. But that’s the point, substitutions are possible and it’s amazing how healthy things can taste.

I decided to make the simple oat cookies to begin because what can go wrong with cookies? Plus the recipe seemed super easy and i’m not the best cook.

Although I didn’t realise how expensive healthy ingredients could be. After plenty of searching I found Boots to be the cheapest for coconut oil at £4.39 for a pot, and Holland and Barrett to be the cheapest for almond butter at £2.99 for a pot (although I doubt this would last more than 3-4 recipes).

oat cookies

The recipe was just 5 ingredients

  • 3 large bananas
  • 1.5 mugs of oats
  • 4 tablespoons of maple syrup
  • 4 tablespoons of almond butter
  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil

After mashing the bananas it was pretty much a case of chucking in the syrup, butter and oil and mixing together then adding in the oats so it was a gooey mess.

As you can see from my photos above the middle process did not look great and I wasn’t sure how it would progress but I battled on.

After they were fully cooked and I had the nerve to try one (i’m really not a banana fan!) I was surprised at how good they tasted.

The cookies were moist and surprisingly filling for something so small, and despite being obviously healthy they curbed my want for a naughty snack. So they did the trick!

deliciously ella oat cookies

I’m pretty excited to try out some more of the recipes within the Deliciously Ella book and I really recommend heading over to her blog to check out some of the recipes she has on offer.

Have you tried any of her recipes? Any idea what I should try next?
May 12, 2015
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  • I love the Deliciously Ella book, these cookies taste great x

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    • They really are great, I was surprised how much I loved them! x

  • I am not familiar with the Deliciously Ella book but these cookies look super delicious and have all the ingredients I love

    • The book is full of so many healthy, veggie recipes. There are just so many amazing ones in there! x

  • woow that looks delicious, I might haveto try this xx

    • Couldn't recommend it enough, they were super filling! x

  • i love cookies I will definitely give this a go



    • I never even thought of adding oats to cookies, and they were dead easy to make! x

  • I am in desperate need of healthy snacks as I have just started a new diet!!! Thanks for sharing x

    • You should definitely grab the book as there are loads of healthy snacks in there :) x

  • ohh these look fab!! love how simple they are to make! thanks for sharing xx

    • I couldn't believe how quick and simple they were to make! x

  • These look scrummy! I haven't tried any of her recipes yet, but I ought to!

    • You really should, the recipes were easy and simple to make and tasted so nice! x

  • I've never tried any of her recipes, but they look very tasty. I am a big fan of banana and almond butter, so I'm sure I would love those cookies! Yum!

  • Rhian! You NEED to cook the sweet potato brownies. It will change your life! You need raw cacao powder but I got some from Amazon. Can even get it in Holland & Barrett I think x

    • I've done the raw brownies but these sound amazing. I have raw cacao powder so making these shouldn't be an issue x

  • Omg that looks so delicious, I have bookmarked this so I can try it xx

  • They do look amazing…. I love cooking with coconut oil, so healthy in moderation, and filling!

    • Totally agree, i've used so much of it since buying it. And it lasts quite a while x

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