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"So simple and lends itself to modification pretty well. I substituted 3/4c of oatmeal flour (I made my own with old fashioned oats in the food processor like Dad used to) to make them more chewy instead of all fluff. I think they are best without the chocolate chips and I'm going to try some dehydrated strawberry bits next!
Update: Strawberry bits are amazing!"
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Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Lightly grease cookie sheets. Peel banana and place in small bowl. Mash enough banana with fork to measure 1/2 cup. Set aside. Place flour, baking powder and salt in small bowl; stir to combine. Beat butter, granulated sugar and brown sugar in large bowl with electric mixer at medium speed until light and fluffy, scraping down side of bowl once. Beat in banana, egg and vanilla, scraping down side of bowl once. Add flour mixture. Beat at low speed until well blended, scraping down side of bowl once. Stir in chips and walnuts with mixing spoon. (Dough will be soft) Drop rounded teaspoonfuls of dough 2 inches apart onto prepared cookie sheets. Bake 9 to 11 minutes or until edges are golden brown. Let cool. Recipe by: Unknown Posted to recipelu-digest Volume 01 Number 311 by Yummi357@aol.com on Nov 26, 1997
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Saintgemmaprayforus 4 months agoLOVE IT!!!!!! SO GOOD!!!! AMAZING !!!!! ;)
jcart3213 10 months agoGreat cookie although my husband said it was more like a muffin top. I put extra banana in there but not much. I also took another reviewers advice and put some cinnamon in the dough.
susieq_64 1 year agoI just made these cookies and the flavour was nice. I added cinnamon , like I do to anything I bake, which really brought out the banana flavour . My only downfall to these cookies is that they are more cake like than thin & crispy. I only got 30 cookies but next time I will make them smaller.B-)
Vermz85 1 year agoSo simple and lends itself to modification pretty well. I substituted 3/4c of oatmeal flour (I made my own with old fashioned oats in the food processor like Dad used to) to make them more chewy instead of all fluff. I think they are best without the chocolate chips and I'm going to try some dehydrated strawberry bits next! Update: Strawberry bits are amazing!
Gambe 1 year agoMade these today with my kids. Everyone loved them and I even made some without chips (never bake with nuts bc of the kids) for my 9- month old who devoured them. Definitely will make again. FYI-9 minutes cook time was too long. I cut it by a minute.
MSJenkins 1 year agoMade these today and they were devoured by my kids. I had to hide the last two do my husband could try them. I used 1 cup whole wheat flour & used Splenda Brown Sugar instead of light brown sugar.
yumikofricke 1 year agoMy 4year old loved them! Easy to make, easier to serve than banana cake. Like eating only best part of banana cake!
skim101 2 years agoEasy to make and delicious!
Chapstick 2 years agoI made these cookies and they turned out quite nice. I used 1/2 cup whole wheat flour along with all-purpose and I used 2 medium bananas.
vspink24 3 years agoDelicious, the banana flavor is both subtle and refreshing. However these cookies were more cake like than chewy.