Chewy Sultana Cookies

June 20th, 2015
  • Prep: 5M
  • Cooking: 30M
  • Total: 35M
  • Difficulty: easy

These are my new favourite snack – I really cannot get enough of them. Each cookie is deliciously soft and chewy with sweet hints of banana, apple and honeyΒ and juicy bites of sultanas. They’re really inexpensive to make too, which is awesome – plus they don’t need any fancy equipment like a food processor so they’re accessible to you wherever you are in the world! I’ve been enjoying a couple of these every afternoon to boost my energy and I’m still loving them so much. They’re super portable too so you can take them on the go with you or hide some in your desk draw.


270g of oats

4 ripe bananas (about 500g)

3 tablespoons of honey

150g of sultanas

4 red apples (about 550g)

2 teaspoons of cinnamon


Preheat the oven to 200C

Grate the apples (no need to peel them) and mash the bananas. Drain the excess liquid fromΒ the grated apples using a sieve. Then mix them with all the remaining ingredients in a bowl.

Grease a baking tray with coconut oil.

Scoop a heaped tablespoon of the mix and pat it into flat cookies shape on the tray, do this until all the mixture has been used. Try to get an even amount of sultanas in each cookie as those that are heavier with sultanas are more likely to burn. The mixture should make about 25 cookies.

Then bake the cookies for about 30 minutes until they turn golden brown, at this point take them out the oven and let them cool slightly.