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Excellent. I used 2 cups of regular oats + 1/8 cup of Steel-cut Oats... gave it a nice crunchy texture. We gave up chocolate for Lent so I didn't use chocolate chips but I added coconut and used crunchy peanut butter. Baked in 9x13 pan to make them more like granola bars. My kids gobbled them up!!
I just made this again. Really popular with my co-workers! They like that it is gluten free and low in fat, but mostly they like the combination of flavors.<br/>I double the recipe, bake 40 minutes in 9x13 pan.
Wow! These are GREAT!! I did substitute 1/2 c of Nutella for the chocolate chips (seems I was out), Splenda Brown Sugar in place of regular brown sugar and Splenda Blend in place of regular sugar. Moist and delish! Thanks for sharing!!
Delicious!! Made it as written, absolutely loved it!
Yum! Made as directed, except recipe doubled, and baked for 40 min. So yummy, nice and moist. Great flavor.
And the batter is sooo good and dangerously addictive!
these were AWESOME!!!! soooo rich and satisfying!
I really liked these! I made some modifications: applesauce instead of oil, light peanut butter and Splenda instead of white sugar and the bars still turned out wonderfully. The flavour is a nice blend of bananna, peanut butter and chocolate and the bars are very moist. Thanks for sharing!
Yummy!!!! These are perfect to make when you have very ripe bananas on hand, but your tired of banana bread. I used 3/4 cup of brown sugar and did'nt use any white sugar in this recipe. I baked it in a 9 by 9 inch pan, and they turned out perfectly. They taste so good. Thanks for the great recipe!!!