These grain-free, paleo and AIP “Oatmeal” and Raisin cookies hit all the right notes, and you won’t miss the oats. They’re soft, chewy, comforting and so good!
Soft and chewy or crispy? How do you like your cookies? When it comes to oatmeal and raisin cookies, I’m for chewy and cinnamon-y all the way. These AIP Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies meet that mark – without the oats, of course. Trust me, you won’t miss them!
Here’s what you need for these “Oatmeal” and Raisin Cookies:
- tigernut flour – Instead, the tigernut flour in here lends these cookies the perfectly sweet, rich and nutty-like flavour that you get from typical oatmeal and raisin cookies. Tigernuts aren’t actually nuts but tubers. They are naturally gluten free and paleo and have a pretty high protein and fibre content.
- green banana flour – If you’re a reader of this blog you know I’m a big fan of green banana flour. With the addition of green banana flour here (which oddly enough doesn’t really taste like bananas), these cookies also have the added nutrients like potassium and are high in essential minerals and vitamins like zinc and magnesium.
- vanilla extract and cinnamon – central for the flavor of these cookies
- tapioca starch
- maple syrup
- raisins – ensure they’re AIP compliant and don’t contain sunflower or other oils
- coconut oil – you’ll need melted coconut oil for this recipe. If you want to make this coconut-free you can substitute with olive oil!
Happy baking to you ❤️
How can I make these coconut-free?
As noted above, simply replace the coconut oil with olive oil and these will be coconut-free!
Can I substitute any of the flours?
This is the only combination of flours I’d recommend to achieve the soft and light texture in this recipe but if you’re looking for cassava-flour cookies check out my Sugar Cookie recipe or my AIP Speculaas or these Chocolate Plantain-Chip Cookies. You can find green banana flour online – I recommend Shop AIP
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