Who can resist the allure of a deliciously soft and chewy cookie? 

Oats rank among the most nutritionally beneficial whole grains that you can incorporate into your diet. You might already know about oats and have them in your meals regularly. For many people, oats are a go-to breakfast choice, often served as oatmeal with toppings like fruits, nut butters, and seeds. 

What’s interesting is that oats can be used in lots of different ways in cooking, including making baked goods like muffins and cookies. 

So if you feeling sick of your daily oatmeal and want to spice it up a little, Plant-based vegan dietitians are presenting you a simple and quick vegan cookie recipe that’s primarily made with oats.

You might be wondering, why cookies? Well, let’s be honest, who doesn’t enjoy a crispy and chewy cookie, right?

For all you cookie lovers out there, here’s a quick FYI about the history of cookies.

It traces back to the 7th century when bakers used them as test cakes to test oven temperatures. 

Why do we like this vegan air fryer cookies recipe?

These air fryer vegan oatmeal cookies are very simple and require very few ingredients. In addition, the recipe yields only one big cookie or 2 small ones. This makes perfect to satisfy your cravings without overeating. However, you can always make as many cookies as you want and save them for later.  

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Notes on ingredients 

Bananas: Bananas are a good source of fiber, potassium, and vitamin C. They are also tasty and convenient. 

Instant oats: Oats are packed with essential nutrients as whole grains, offering carbohydrates, fiber, and antioxidants. These grains are linked to numerous health advantages, including promoting heart and digestive well-being. 

If you prefer your cookies to have a softer and less chewy texture, you can use blended oats for this recipe.

Chia seeds: Chia seeds are abundant in essential nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, iron, calcium, magnesium, and zinc.

Peanut butter: Peanut butter, a vegan-friendly and nutritious fat source, takes the place of coconut oil or vegan butter in this recipe. This swap enhances the recipe’s content of unsaturated fatty acids, which are beneficial for health.

Dark chocolate chips: Dark chocolate is an excellent choice if you’re looking to savor chocolate while following a vegan diet. Additionally, dark chocolates typically contain less sugar compared to regular milk chocolates.

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