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"These cookies received rave reviews from my husband's friends, who dropped by as the cookies were coming out of the oven. They loved the spices. I made a few tweaks to the recipe. I used freshly ground soft white wheat for the flour. I, also, used a whole egg instead of the white. Because I live at 7,800 ft., I used 1/4 cup shortening and 1/2 cup butter, instead of margarine. Next time, I plan to add nuts. Walnuts, pecans or even sunflower seeds would be great."- spinster
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Preheat oven at 375. Prepare a baking sheet with cooking spray. In a mixing bowl, combine margarine, bananas, egg white, and vanilla. In another mixing bowl, combine sugars, flour, salt, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, baking powder, and rolled oats. Drop by tablespoons 2" apart onto prepared baking sheet. Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until golden. NOTES : These are a soft cake like cookie. Recipe by: The Banana Lovers Cookbook Posted to T.nt (sdm-marked) - Prodigys Recipe Exchange Newsletter by Catherine
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Jackiechan042003 2 weeks agoIt has its pros and cons. I added peanut butter and chocolate chips which was good. Very soft cake-like cookie. Something seemed to be missing though. Can't put my finger on it, all in all good recipe.
MaggzD 2 weeks agoI substituted applesauce for the fat... The result was an excellent cake-like cookie with fewer calories.
Samantha512 8 months agoAdded a few more oats and was soooo yummy!
Binx13 9 months ago
bindi13 1 year agoYum! It was a rainy day and we had some over ripe bananas - so made this with my 3 year old. They are a huge hit! Added some dates and sultanas we had in the cupboard which was nice :))
debbieferriday 1 year agoFab, will make again, better a lots of small cookies rather than fewer large ones.
tamsimnew 1 year agoI think these are simple and great! I amped up the vanilla and cinnamon (because I always do) and used one banana and half a cup of applesauce. These are wonderfully addictive!
csunshine7313 1 year agoI'm sorry but I thought these were not good at all. No one in my family liked them. I ended up throwing them away. What a shame they sounded really good.
MarleneV 2 years agothese are great cake like cookies, family approved!!
Reneespasta 2 years agoWe loved them! Easy to make too.
kablamo 2 years agoVery awesome. Next time I want to add an extra banana, and more oats. I really like the nutmeg and cloves.
Amberlea 2 years agoJust made some the are looking very good...an taste very good!!
jieshihtzu 2 years agoExcellent and very soft cookies.
brettnleosmom 2 years agoThese cookies are very good. They are crispy on the edges and cake-like in the middle. I added a half cup of milk chocolate chips to the recipe.
Amberlrit 2 years agoThese were very yummy. I added chocolate chip cookies to give it a little more sweetness to the recipe.
Leeani 2 years agoLove it, love oatmeal cookies, first time i have it with banana, never thought it would be this yummy, i am going to bring this to our cookie exchange on sat, hope they'll like it.
anniefilipp 2 years agoMy son, Paul and I made these today. I think next time I will add butterscotch chips. After cookies cooled off we drizzled maple icing. Wonderful!!!!! Thank you
Nikkinoodle1 2 years agoVery yummy! I think next time I will add a little peanut butter or peanut butter chips maybe a little more salt and extra oatmeal. But thanks for the great recipe!! : )
Kaishasmom 2 years agoThese were very moist and yummy. I added mini chocolate chips and pecans and turned out great. The only reason I didn't give it 5 star Is I like a crispier cookie. But very good
Katharinarush 2 years agoSo yummy! I added peanut butter chips and chocolate chips. A good alternative to use up bananas instead of banana bread all the time! :)