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3-Ingredient Banana-Oat Cookies

3-Ingredient Banana-Oat Cookies
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These simple cookies taste a bit like banana bread, but they contain only 5g of sugar per serving and come together quickly. They vary in sweetness depending on how ripe your bananas are—opt for yellow bananas with just a few black specks for the best results. Read the label when buying dried cranberries (aka Craisins). Some are loaded with added sugar. We recommend reduced sugar or apple juice-sweetened varieties.

This is a great option for a no-added-sugar dessert with some whole grains and fruit. Be sure to get certified gluten-free oats if you’re sensitive or allergic to gluten.

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