Vegan Coconut Banana Cookies


Vegan Coconut Banana Cookies Featured

I don’t know why, but I am on a cookie kick! And so far, I haven’t had a disaster yet, so I am encouraged now that I may not be such a bad baker after all!

Today’s in-the-moment recipe involves coconut flour! I bought this at Whole Foods a few weeks ago and want to continue experimenting with it. It adds such a nice, sublty sweet essence to whatever you’re making. It’s actually quite comforting!


– 1/2 banana mashed

– 2 TBS coconut flour

– 1/4 cup nondairy milk (you can add more if yours is a bit dry) – I used Almond Breeze Unsweetened Vanilla

– 2 tsp Stevia – I use Stevia in the raw (extract)

– 1/8 tsp baking powder

DIRECTIONS: Mix together and place in oven at 350F for 15-20 min!

VERDICT: Almost tastes like a macaroon! Very good. I made 8 mini cookies. They were not chewy though and just a tad dry. I find that cooking with coconut does this – things taste drier than they normally do, not sure why. Next time, I’d probably add more of the banana…or nondairy milk…or maybe some yogurt…or maybe some egg whites? Not sure. I can’t really complain though – they were very very wonderful!

NUTRITION INFO: (per cookie, makes 8 mini cookies. I ate the whole thing)

Loved it! The whole recipe is only 124.3 calories! Crazy! Tweet me pics @Blogilates if you try this. Let me know what you did to make them more moist.

Have a fab Sunday!

<3 Cassey


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  1. Emma says:

    I tried this with half a TBS of peanut butter and they turned out great though I’m still getting used to this oven so I should have put them at a lower temperature and for longer. Will try them again soon. Great recipe. Delicious!

  2. del says:

    I added a table spoon of peanut butter (trader joe’s unsalted) and the cookies came out super soft. It tasted very good but next time I would add only 1/2 tbs of peanutbutter. Hopefully this would make it less soft.

  3. Kara says:

    Just made these and it was an interesting experiment! I added 1/4 teaspoon each of vanilla and almond extracts, used unsweetened original hemp milk, and omitted any sweeteners because my banana was super ripe and sweet. My dough was super light and fluffy, as was the final product. However, my cookies ended uppancake flat and crumbly. The taste was amazing, and I’m glad I didn’t add any sweetener because they had light, satisfying taste without it. I’m looking forward to playing with this recipe more! Thanks Cassey!!

  4. Estelle Miller says:

    These have such a great taste!! I didn’t have stevia so I used date puree. (Dates soaked in boiling water and blended into a puree.) They’re quite soft and mushy but the flavor is just so great! 🙂

  5. Julius says:

    I love the coconut and banana together. It’s been a long time, so I have to try them again.

  6. Dana says:

    this looks really good! i love coconut so much like coconut oil and i got coconut flour today! i heard coconut flour has alot of benefits and although it’s a saturated fat, it gets absorbed by your body differently so it won’t be stored as fat! score! mine r baking in the oven right now and i cant wait to take them out and eat them 😛

  7. Barbara says:

    I would try adding a little shredded coconut to the mix to add some moisture, or increase the banana. A little coconut oil might not hurt, either.

  8. Virginie says:

    I would Know what app helps you to know how many cals in your recipes ?

    Thanks so much for your motivation and good mood, you help me smile every day, you are my inspiration for a new better Life, you helped me to change m’y bad habits and I love the way you help everybody to be clean (body, eat and head). You’re such an inspiration ! (even if I am Cursing you when i am dying during your vids 🙂 )
    Would love a poppilates meeting in Paris !
    Waiting for your app !!!

  9. Celadon says:

    HOORAY! I’ve got some overripe bananas that would be perfect for this!

  10. Katelyn says:

    I don’t get it. Mine did not turn out that fluffy! Mine were literally flat and did not look like cookies!

    1. Rose says:

      Mine too! And this frustrates me to no end, what could possibly be going wrong with a recipe this easy? I get a batter, not a cookiedough…

      1. helen says:

        I also got a batter. A little thicker, but not cookie type dough. And after baking them for about 23 minutes they still seemed half raw :/ What went wrong with such an easy recipe??

    2. Judith says:

      Try to skip almond milk 🙂

  11. Sarah B. says:

    Looking forward to giving these a try! I love it when recipes add mashed banana! I love the flavor/texture it adds.

  12. Chrissy says:

    OMG Cassey! Once you’re done putting out the DVD and the App you should totally make a recipie book! We would all buy it 🙂 Right Guys 🙂 You could put healthy eating stuff in it and the 90 day diet. It would be so cool!

    1. Vanessa says:

      I like your idea Chrissy, that would be amazing!

  13. Kendall says:

    Weird! I made practically the same recipe of there yesterday afternoon before I saw this post!

  14. Patti says:

    It’s food prep day and I’m totally making these! I found out this summer that my boyfriend will eat WAY more things than I thought he would – including coconut lime cookies! You HAVE to try this combo, especially if you ever crave Fruit Loops – tastes just like them, but you can make them way healthier!

  15. Kirsi says:

    Haha wow I feel dumb, I thought I was on a different website. I have no idea if you have a guacamole recipe, but these do look delicious!

  16. Kirsi says:

    Um I came on here to get your guacamole recipe and now I want to make these too! Delicious!

  17. Amy says:

    For coconut flour, you need less flour more liquid. For 1 cup of flour, you would need 4 eggs. I tend to blend the flours a lot using half coconut and have almond flour.

  18. josie says:

    can’t wait to try! apparently coconut flour absorbs a LOT of moisture! so a lot of recipes using it will add more liquid or more eggs compared to using other flours :]

  19. Elo says:

    I will try this week, but with more banana and more milk. I will try to keep vegan this recipe. As soon as I am finished I will send you pics of those cookies, but I guess you can use coconut milk and make even more tropical taste, or try ananas juice and you have a pina colada cookie 🙂

    1. Adel says:

      I love, love smoothies, but I think my dagethur’s love them even more! Mango smoothies are at the top of the list at my house, but I hadn’t thought about putting unsweetened coconut milk in there! Brilliant idea and most likely give the recipe a great depth of flavor. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Gi says:

    I read on CCK’s blog (she’s a vegetarian too) that cauliflower make everything much much more moist… and u can’t even taste it!
    If I were you, I’d give it a try 😉
    xxx 🙂

    1. Katherine D. says:

      CCK posts some of the most delicious recipes ever 🙂

  21. Carmen says:

    I always read about stuff like coconut flour and almond milk in your recipes and I’m just sitting here in Germany like.. Where do I get these things? 😀 oh well I’ll find them somewhere eventually

    1. Elo says:

      Bei deinem Biomarkt oder bei Edeka, man kann auch online kaufen, aber lohnt sich nicht.

    2. Vatruon says:

      Hi Carmen,
      I’m in Germany too, you can get almond milk at a bio shop.
      Coconut flour I haven’t even searched! Good luck 🙂

    3. Manja says:

      You can get them in any bio-supermarket. Or eco-shop. I know Germany has a lot of them. Don’t know exactly their names…

    4. Leeda says:

      Same here, in the Czech republic… I’d love to bake stuff like this but the ingredients are just nowhere to be found. I mean, if you dig deep enough, you can find them in those little “bio” stores but they’re just so freaking expensive it hurts to even look at the prices… Such a shame :/

    5. Tresa says:

      Mir gehts auch so 😉
      Aber Mandelmilch gibts in Deutschland auch, wird, soweit ich weiß, unter “Mandeldrink” verkauft, zum Beispiel von Alpro..

      1. Josie says:

        genau war heute bei edeka und hab mandeldrink und haselnussdrink gekauft, haselnuss hab ich schon probiert hammerlecker 🙂

        und kokosmehl ist nichts anderes als ganz fein gemahlene kokosnuss, könntest, geraspelte kokosnuss kaufen und die dann in zb ner kaffeemühle zu mehl mahlen, so mach ich es zumindest und elektrische kaffeemühlen gibts zb bei amazon.

        also viel erfolg noch


    6. Zoe says:

      You can get coconut flour in Alnatura.. or make it yourself from soaking cocosraspel, squeezing and keeping the coconut milk, dry it out in the oven on low heat

  22. Kat says:

    How/where do you always make those little nutritional facts thingies? 🙂

  23. Kajsa Ö says:

    Cassey! It sounds amazing. I love baking healthy cookies 🙂
    I’ll try this 🙂

    1. sammyt says:

      I’ve never heard of coconut flour. I’m gonna have to search for it. Whole foods? Someone else made a good comment, I think you should make a recipe book or put this and some other recipes into the 90 day diet. Love it girl!