Banana Cookies

"I had some left over ripe bananas and I am getting tired of making banana bread. Wanted a change and found this recipe. It really wasn't something that I would normally try, but I am glad that I did. These are wonderful, although next time I would skip the raisins and add chocolate chips instead. A real cakey cookie. I can't remember how many cookies I got out of a mix, so I will guess."
 
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Ready In:
22mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
4 dozen
Serves:
24
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ingredients

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directions

  • Sift 1st four ingredients together.
  • Mix next 4 ingredients thoroughly.
  • Add dry ingredients.
  • Blend well.
  • Dough will be sticky.
  • Stir in chips or raisins and bananas.
  • Drop by teaspoonful onto greased cookie sheet.
  • Bake at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes. This is a soft cakey cookie.

Questions & Replies

  1. how many carbs in one of the banana cookies?
     
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Reviews

  1. Yum! 12 minutes at 400 in my oven was just right. After reading the "bland" reviews, I added cinnamon and coconut. Delicious!
     
  2. Soft cake like cookies. I had one very ripe banana that I wanted to get rid of before it fell apart. I made half a recipe, using butter and raisins, adding a quarter teaspoon of banana flavoring in addition to the vanilla. Some people like these straight out the oven (kind of bland) still good, but I prefer them after they have cooled (sweeter and a little more flavorful).
     
  3. These were very good! I had 2 bananas to use up that had gotten all mushy and I didn't feel like making banana bread. These were quick, easy and a yummy way to use up those bananas! I used semi-sweet chocolate chips and some white chocolate chips I had on hand. My 21 month old daughter really seemed to enjoy them so, I'm glad there was some nutritious fruit in them! She's a very picky eater! Thanks for sharing! Will definitely make these again and look forward to some variations!
     
  4. These are a family favorite!! I get cheers every time I make them :) Thanks for posting!!
     
  5. I was searching for something a little different to make and I came across this recipe. These cookies came out great! I added peanut butter chips to mine. Thanks! I will definitely be making these again. :D
     
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Tweaks

  1. The first batch cooked at 400 was a bit dark on the bottom for my taste, i cooked the next batch at 350 for 8 min and put the cookie sheet closer to the top of the oven, and they turned out perfect. (I made small cookies). Also i used banana extract instead of vanilla.j
     
    • Review photo by Danielle F.

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