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Easy Banana Bread Cookies

Updated: Jun 30, 2020


Our banana bread cookies is one of my favorite travel treats. They stay soft for days and are so incredible fast to whip up. Anytime we travel I make a batch of these.

If you are a fan of banana bread you will go b-a-n-a-n-a-s for this recipe!


Also this recipe freezes great and you can switch up the optional ingredients to make this recipe different every time.

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Easy Banana Bread Cookies

[Makes 12-13 cookies]

Ingredients

2 cups oat flour

½ tsp baking soda

1 tsp cinnamon

½ cup date paste

1 cup of mashed banana

¼ tsp vanilla extract

1 tbsp aquafaba (Liquid from chickpea can!)


Optional Add-ins:

1/2 cup of dark chocolate chips,

1/2 cup chopped walnuts,

1/2 cup raisins


Directions:

+ Preheat the oven to 350 F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper

+ Add the dry ingredients into a large bowl

+ Mix in the mashed banana, date paste, vanilla extract, and aquafaba

+ Fold in the optional ingredients

+ Place a small scoop of the cookie mixture onto the parchment paper leaving about 1 inch apart per cookie

+Bake for 10 minutes and transfer to a cooking rack


Enjoy!!

I hope you'll give this recipe a try, and let us know if you liked it!


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Valerie Bailey
Valerie Bailey
16 de ago. de 2023

Hi Britt! Made these tonight & mixed in a few chopped walnuts. They are so yummy and can’t wait to have one with my morning coffee tomorrow ☕️💕

Tysm for sharing🎁

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amal55
28 de nov. de 2020

What can we use instead of Aquafaba?

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marolivia96
25 de fev. de 2022
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You can make an eggy substance using 1 tbsp of chia seeds per 1 tbsp of water, let it sit a while to thicken. I'm not sure if it will actually be as good as the aquafaba though

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teresathom1
10 de jul. de 2020

Is anyone else having problems pinning the recipe to Pinterest? It keeps saying that the image is broken.

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M * L * A
M * L * A
28 de fev. de 2020

FYI - in the video, you call for 1 1/2 t. baking soda; here you have just 1/2 t. (I made with 1/2 t. They were delicious!)

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Christine Dougherty
06 de fev. de 2020

I made these today. I didn’t have date paste (and was too lazy to make some) so I used date syrup. The batter was too loose so I added rolled oats until it was thicker. They came out really good! I got 24 cookies because of the extra oats. I did some with add ins and some plain - I think the plain ones were the best!

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