By Veggie_Girl on November 25, 2008
"I love this recipe! I've been making it forever and finally have taken time to post it. It's nice to have another option for using up those over-ripe bananas. If I don't have time to actually make the cookies, I'll mash the bananas up in a tupperware and throw them in the freezer for later. ** Updated to be a vegan recipe. Also, I'd recommend replacing the cloves with cardamom for a twist on the original recipe! (3 July 09) **"
Serving Size: 1 (1311 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"These are so good! I used honey and semi-sweet chips since I'm not vegan myself. But I loved the healthiness of these (I used white wheat flour). The kids loved them too, which is always a bit of a challenge with stuff that is not loaded with butter. Thanks!"
"Made this recipe as written & used some homemade applesauce in it! Makes for VERY, VERY NICE TASTING COOKIES! Most of them went off with my other half to share at his work, but I managed to keep hold of 10 or so just for myself! Thanks for sharing a great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick A Chef]"
"Yummy, I loved it. I used only a touch of agave because my bananas were so ripe and sweet. Also used 1 egg and blended the oatmeal to a oat flour. But I used organic all purpose flour instead of whole wheat. Also used regular old toll house chocolate chips. Baked in a stoneware 10 1/2 by 15 shallow pan, like a cookie bar, but they turned out very cake-like and chewy. I gave some to my kid's teacher and she claimed to like them too. I think when you leave out the oil, it's going to taste more cake-like than cookie like. DH was disappointed because I told him I was making choc. chip cookies and he didn't like the chewy, cake like texture."