Plate of Fitness Chocolate Granola cookies with raspberry jam centre


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Leave your personal mark on these delicious cookie treats and fill it with chia berry goodness

Preparation Time
25 min
Cooking Time
15 min
Skill Level
Serving Size


150 g FITNESS® Granola Oats & Chocolate
1 Banana
1 tablespoon Milk
1 tablespoon Olive oil
100 g Raspberries
1 tablespoon Chia seeds
1 tablespoon Honey (optional)


  • Preheat your oven at 150°c.
  • Coarsely mix the FITNESS® Granola Oats & Chocolate in a blender.
  • Mix separately the banana, the milk and the olive oil.
  • Add this paste to the mixed FITNESS® Granola Oats & Chocolate.
  • Roll the mixture to create around ten balls, and place them on a board covered with greaseproof paper.
  • Gently press into the center of each ball to create a small hole.  
  • Put the balls in the oven for 15 min at 150°C. Once done, fill the holes with jam.  

Raspberry chia jam preparation:  

  • If you are using frozen raspberries, please ensure to defrost them first.
  • Mash the raspberries into a puree. Add the chia seeds, the honey, and mix well.
  • Place in the freezer for about one hour and your jam will be ready!


Per serving

Typical Values


343.11 kJ/81.45 kcal


of which Saturates

2.66 g

0.54 g


of which Sugars

12.49 g

6.07 g


1.54 g


2.31 g


15.7 mg

Vitamins & Minerals



65.3 mg

sodium content is equivalent to: salt ÷ 2,5

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