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This was just the recipe I was looking for as a late night snack! They came out really yummy with a nice light banana aroma and flavor! I decided to add 2 tablespoons of honey instead of the chocolate chips and they came out just to my liking! Thank you for sharing :)
Simple and tasty! I used coconut oil and chopped dark chocolate. My 3 year old and my 33 year old loved them!
yum! i tried it with just a bit of cinnamon and walnuts. The recipe is very versatile and i'm sure you could add all sorts of things. I agree with the other reviewer that the texture of walnuts is nice because it's a super soft cookie. So easy to make! Not sure i'd bring them to a party, but i would definitely make them for my friends that enjoy healthy treats. thanks for sharing!
Just made these & had to put a review in, they are DELICIOUS! I added raisins & chocolate chips. Going to make them again & try dried cranberries, coconut or yogurt covered raisins... or all of them, I'll be baking these often! Thank you for sharing this recipe.
I have just made these I added some flax & crushed almonds I also did have the batch with choc chips they were all very tasty.
Love how quick and easy this was! Trying to find school snacks that are healthy and filling without nuts, so I added 1/3 cup of ground flaxseed, and for a flavor boost, I also added a pinch of salt and sprinkled with Turbinado sugar. Kids gave them 4 stars!
Absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing! I used coconut oil instead of the canola oil too. I also added a half cup of walnuts (all I had on hand). Great recipe on its own, but we are also looking forward to trying different ingredient combinations in the future. This makes a very soft cookie, so the nuts added a bit of crunch.