Banana Oat Biscuits


Here’s a delicious idea for healthy biscuits. They’re extremely easy to make, full of nutrients and all ingredients can be found organic in most good supermarkets. They can be enjoyed warm or cold and make a tasty snack when on the road and in need of slow-release energy. They’re highly versatile and can be shaped into slender biscuits or nice and thick like buns.

Ingredients (All Organic):


  • Organic Millet Flakes (X 1 cup)
  • Organic Porridge Oats (X 3 cups)
  • Ripe Bananas (X3)
  • Organic Raw Cocoa Paste (add to taste)
  • Raisins (add to taste and preferably ones without oil)
  • Muscavoda Sugar
  • Cinnamon Powder (add to taste)



  1. Preheat oven to 160°C and add greaseproof paper to a baking tray
  2. Add the Oats and Millets Flakes to a mixing bowl
  3. Chop bananas and add to a mixing bowl
  4. Add Raisins, Cinnamon, Sugar and broken up Cocoa chunks
  5. Mix thoroughly with your hands and shape into biscuits (Tip: To avoid burning raisins, submerge them in the mixture in each biscuit)
  6. Place on the baking tray and bake for around 10 minutes
  7. Turn each biscuit and bake for another five minutes (For those of you who are not vegan a drizzle of honey on top before returning them to the oven can serve to sweeten and moisten)


Serving suggestion: Why not present them with sliced Kiwi

Enjoy! Olga


About martin4olga

We're planning to travel as much of the world as possible and as inexpensively and environmentally as possible, with a view to having strong cultural experiences, building connections with native people through conversation and activity, and gaining a greater understanding of the interconnectivity of humanity.
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