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Delicious! I used wholemeal flour, coconut oil and coconut sugar to replace flour, butter and sugar to make them a bit healthier and they are so yummy! I also left out the walnuts since I'm not a nut fan.
Not bad! I halved the recipe but still used one egg, and I omitted the chocolate chips and walnuts. The bars weren't as chewy as blondies, but they were chewier than banana bread. They still tasted good, though!
Heavenly! I agree with OrangeOctober that this wonderful recipe yields a light, fluffy, perfectly sweet banana bread-chocolate chip cookie bar hybrid. I used a mix of milk and white chocolate chips in lieu of the semi-sweet. I wouldn't change a thing! Thanks Redsie! -Kari
Amazing! I made this for company and it turned out so well they immediately wanted the recipe. The mixture of Banana makes the dish.
This came out as a cross between banana bread & chocolate chip cookies. I used 2 eggs instead of 1, tho. Since I love any banana/chocolate combo this is a wonderful recipe! Thanks
These are really delicious, though perhaps a little sweeter than I would like. I'll use less sugar next time (maybe 1/2 cup each type). I made them with freshly shelled pecans instead of walnuts. I used half as many choc chips as the recipe stated (2 cups seemed a HUGE amount) and substituted white choc chips instead of the brown, which I think really suited the "blond" nature and flavours of this recipe. The blondies are very moist and cakey in texture - I was expecting something much denser, especially with only one egg - but I guess that is the moistness of the bananas. Thanks for sharing - DH loves them. This is a keeper.