воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Not Your Ordinary Banana Bread

Not Your Ordinary Banana Bread

Not Your Ordinary Banana Bread

Looks so good!

Do you use ripe bananas like in regular banana bread?

Yes, you do! I’ll make sure I change that in the directions.

Thank you for getting back to me! I can’t wait to try this!

Your cookies look so puffy and light! I have all the ingredients hanging around my house too, which makes them even more tempting… Your comment about choosing the baby had me laughing!

Yum! I will eat banana bread in ANY form and this sounds awesome

Love this idea! I have brown bananas waiting on my counter, too!

All I can say is, ‘WHAT a great idea!” I cant wait to try these! Thank you for sharing the recipe!

I love banana bread – these look perfect!!

Yum! I hope your electronics get fixed soon.

This settles it. I cannot read your blog anymore. I came here to look for a dinner recipe and ended up with ten open Word documents, all for tonight’s dinner. How to choose…. And these cookies?? Oh my gosh. Hub loves LOVES banana bread–the best of both worlds here. Will be making them tonight.

Obviously I intend to return to your blog every time I need dinner, dessert, appetizers….you get the idea. : )

Usually blogs I visit have recipes where at least a few are things I’d never be interested in. You don’t have one recipe I wouldn’t eat. And the eclair cake next to this comment box is calling my name. LOL!!! Plus, ever since I showed my family your ham slider with the poppy seeds, I get, “Are you making the sliders today?” very often. I just have to get all the ingredients from the store. Actually, it’d be a good Sunday dinner item when we don’t want to cook a lot. (my son cooks up a storm at 23)

Enough chit-chat here. Off to make cookies. : ) Thank you for all your efforts in putting this blog together. It takes a lot of time and I know all of your readers are delighted you’re sharing your recipes and your life.



Thank you so much! You made my day! In the same breath I’m sorry So glad we have the same taste buds…

hi, I would like to know , can u make these cookies and freeze the dough and take it out as needed? Thanks for a wonderful web page love it

I’ve never tried to so I’m not sure. I will let you know next time I make them.

I have no sour cream or apple sauce, what else can I substitute, or can I make without it

I used 1/2 c of yogurt & 1/2 tsp baking soda since I did not have sour cream. They turned out great! Just took a little longer to bake

loving the idea of a banana bread cookie.. they look delicious. definitely curious to know what they taste like!

These were great! And at kinda high altitude (~6000ft). Texture was so nice and soft!! But held together on the outside. I’ll definitely make these again

I need a crash course on high altitude cooking!

I have to say- I never comment on blogs- but I just made these and, WOW. Soooo delicious, these will definitely frequent my oven

I know, right?! They’re awesome.

These are delicious! If anyone’s wondering, full fat greek yogurt works well as a substitute for sour cream in these.

I definitely think you could get away with that.:)

Made these today. Didn’t have sour cream so subbed in applesauce. They are amazing!

Interesting! The sour cream helps with moistness but I’m sure applesauce works too!

I am beyond impressed with this recipe! Just made them and have already eaten three!! Sooo good! This might be my cookie for cookie exchange this year! Have you ever tried freezing?

I haven’t tried freezing but I think with the texture they would freeze great.

These Banana Bread Cookies are soft, moist, and full of banana flavor. You can add mini chocolate chips and nuts if you like. Just like any banana bread, these are almost better the second day!

We are spoiled. Modern technologies are soooo taken for granted. Our fridge just died. It’s only a year old and the motherboard is shot. The technician had to order a new one and as of tomorrow my fridge will have been without power for 4 days. It’s kind of a big deal. Granted, I’m a food blogger and probably have WAY more food than the average person in their fridge. I immediately started a mental list of what food I absolutely had to save and what I could bear to let go.

It’s like choosing your favorite kid. Easy. It’s always my baby. Hello! It’s a baby. C’mon. You all have a favorite too.

Before I started filling coolers with food, I started cooking up a storm with ingredients in my fridge. These Banana Bread Cookies are amazing. This picture was right after they came out of the oven and doesn’t do them justice. Just like banana bread, these are even better after they sit for a while. Sour cream helps make the cookies super moist. They have a soft bread like texture. I added mini chocolate chips and chopped walnuts to the batter but you could definitely leave them out if you wanted. Make these!

This one handed photography thing is not my greatest strength.

Do like banana bread? Try these other favorites:

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Original article and pictures take http://www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com/2014/08/banana-bread-cookies.html?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=banana-bread-cookies site

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