Tom's Mango Smoothie Cookies

Mango Smoothie Cookies

Hello. I love summer and I love fruit, so I’ve been busy inventing Tom’s Mango Smoothie Cookies to add to my fruit smoothie cookie collection. It’s been inspired by Innocent’s Magnificent Mango Smoothie which mummy loves (and so do I). Just like the drink, my cookies are fruity, smooth, yellow and yummy. Here’s my recipe for you to enjoy my friends. I hope you love it too.

What you need to make Tom’s Mango Smoothie Cookies …

  • 500g gluten free plain flour or rice flour – we love Doves Farm rice flour
  • the juicy flesh of half a ripe mango*
  • half a banana*
  • 2 tablespoons rapeseed oil
  • Organic cold pressed apple juice

How you make Tom’s Mango Smoothie Cookies …

  1. Make a mango and banana puree – mash the juicy yellow mango flesh and banana in a bowl with a fork or a blitz with a hand blender.
  2. Put the flour in a bowl.
  3. Stir in the rapeseed oil.
  4. Add the mango puree and mix in well.
  5. Add enough apple juice to bind the ingredients together to make a stiff cookie dough.
  6. On a floured surface roll out the cookie dough to 5mm thickness.
  7. Cut into shapes with a cookie cutter.
  8. Place on trays lined with greaseproof paper.
  9. Pop into an oven pre-heated to 180.
  10. Bake for 15 minutes or until the cookies are firm to the touch.
  11. When the cookies are firm to the touch, turn off the oven and leave the cookies in the oven to cool and harden. This gives a lovely crunchy cookie.
  12. Put cookies in a cookie jar.
  13. Eat Cookies!

*Tom’s Top Tip

Why not make a mango and banana smoothie with the other half of the mango and banana to enjoy while your cookies are baking? Simply blitz the remaining juicy mango flesh and banana with some milk or Oatly to make a deliciously fruity smoothie. Yum Yum. Or you could buy smoothies from Innocent who inspired my recipe. They make really good smoothies.

Where to enjoy Tom’s Mango Smoothie Cookies …

I think Tom’s Mango Smoothie Cookies are perfect to enjoy on a picnic rug in the garden. You could serve them with Tillie’s Lollies. Tillie invented a mango lolly and put a blueberry on top. I still think they look like the yellow Liquorice Allsorts. Tillie’s lollies are very tasty, so if you didn’t fancy a smoothie, you could make some mango lollies with the leftover mango.

Tillie and Tom on the picnic rug

Tillie and me on the picnic rug in the garden. I am busy learning about nutrition and inventing new recipes. Tillie is busy being lazy.

Yum Yum!

Tom x

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A little note …

We love our homemade dog treats and food because we know exactly what we are eating and there are no additives or preservatives in homemade goodies.

Tillie and Tom have no sensitivities to the ingredients used in this recipe and we only use ingredients that our humans eat too. The flours and oats we use are gluten free.

We recommend that cookies and other treats are eaten in moderation.

Tom

Dreaming of owning a bakery shop where everybody buys cookies. For me.

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