BY's Recipe: Avocado cookies can be a good snack for kids, vegans, and vegetarians. It's simple to make and requires no cooking experience. Children under ten need adult supervision.
Servings: 12. Prep. Time: 30-35 minutes. Bake Time: 25-30 minutes. Total Cook Time: 55-65 minutes.
What you need
- Oven or Microwave,
- Baking pan,
- 65 minutes.
- A whole large-sized avocado (see photo below),
- 1-2 cups of flour,
- One teaspoon of baking powder.
- 1/4 cup of water,
- Salt or sugar to taste,
- Baking powder,
- Butter or eggs.
“...no one is born a great cook, one learns by doing.” ― Julia Child.
- Open your avocado (see the photo above),
- Use a kitchen blender or use your hands,
- Blend or mash the avocado,
- Set it aside,
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Use a large bowl,
- Add flour, sugar, or salt,
- Add baking powder and mix,
- Add blended avocado and stir until it mixes to your taste,
- Set it aside for about 10 minutes.
- Prepare the baking pan,
- Use a cookie scoop or any spoon in your kitchen,
- Scoop each portion into the pan,
- Design with a spinach leaf or a fork (see photo below),
- Bake for 20-30 minutes,
- Your meal is ready ( see the main photo).
Serve with coffee or soda.
- Use microwave microwave-friendly pan,
- Follow steps 1-2 and the first four lines of step 3,
- Use high heat and bake for about 15 minutes,
- Your dessert or snack is ready.
Avocado cookies can be an enjoyable dessert for vegans and vegetarians.
Cooking is an art.
Be creative and use avocado and flour to create any dish you desire. Or hire a personal chef if you don't have the time to cook or choose not to cook. Feel free to share the recipe.
Raw avocado flesh is 73% water, 15% fat, 9% carbohydrates, and 2% protein (table). In a 100-gram reference amount, avocado supplies 160 calories, and is a rich source (20% or more of the Daily Value, DV) of several B vitamins (such as 28% DV in pantothenic acid) and vitamin K (20% DV), with moderate contents (10–19% DV) of vitamin C, vitamin E, and potassium. Avocados also contain phytosterols and carotenoids, such as lutein and zeaxanthin."