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Have a nice day everyone! Today I want to show you a recipe for an incredibly tasty banana cookie. I thought for a long time how to use a banana in baking and came up with an excellent idea to bake a banana cookie. This recipe is very simple and consists of the usual ingredients that you can find at home.

I advise you to use overripe bananas, so the cookies will be even more tastier and softer. Also, I added chopped chocolate to the cookies, so it seems to me that the cookie looks more interesting.

Banana cookies are a convenient and quick recipe. From this cookie will be delighted who loves the sweet.

Ingredients:

Banana -2 pcs.

Brown sugar - 0,5 cups

Vegetable oil -3 tbsp.

Flour - 120 g

Soda - 0,5 tsp.

Chocolate - 100 g

Preparation:

In the beginning, you need to grind a banana in a puree with a blender. Then add brown sugar and vegetable oil and mix well. Add flour and soda and mix everything until smooth. Then add chopped chocolate and mix again.

Put one tablespoon of dough on a baking sheet pre-covered with parchment paper. Bake the biscuits at a temperature of 180 degrees for about 15-20 minutes.

Ready cookies should be allowed to cool slightly and then it can be served to a table with warm milk.

Try to cook a banana cookie at home. You will definitely like this cookies! :)

Bon Appetit!

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Thanks for the recipe. I'm going to try this one within the next day or two. :)

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Thank you :), I think you will definitely like this cookie!

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Thanks for sharing.They look so good! I will try to make it when I have time this weekend!

looks delicious

Thank you!! )

Oh they look delicious! Do you think I could leave out the sugar and keep enough sweetness from the bananas? Or does the sugar have another function?

Thank you @playfulfoodie:). Yes of course you can do without sugar, the cookies will also remain sweet and sugar-free, only slightly less

I made them and they are delicious! I think my boyfriend has told me they are delicious about twenty times by now. I did use a little bit of sugar though, because my banana's weren't so ripe yet, so they weren't sweet enough.

Banana and chocolate. .what a great combo! ! They look delicious. ..I must make them. Thank you for sharing the recipe :)

Thanks for the kind words:)

I love banana very much. Nice recipe.l must try it in my home . Thank you for shearing. Have a nice day

Thank you so much:-)

OMG

I'm hungry!

Its nice, will try it someday

Thank you!! )

😍😍😍

I love cookies, I love bananas. So I love the banana cookie. Thank you

Thank you so much:) !!

Awesomeness!

Thank you!! :-)

Omg they look delicious, I have to try some... Great post!

Thank you so much:)

Mila, you've done a very good job. You're so creative. Well done. Keep it up. God bless you. I'm GreatSam. You can follow me too. Thanks

Thank you very much for your kind words, I'm happy! :-)

Looks so delicious!!!!!

Thank you !! )

Mon dieu que cela a l'air si bon..merci pour la recette ! !!

Thanks for sharing this! I just upvoted you

Thank you!! )

as always amazing cooking skills & photos! well done @milaoz

Thank you very much @rouketas ;-)

They sound delicious. Although i may have to try them without chocolate. But I will be resteeming this wonderful sounding recipe.

Thank you :) and without chocolate it will turn out very tasty !!

I could use some of those delicious cookies!

Wow, those are some delicious looking cookies and the photos are really nice and clear. Thank you for sharing the recipe with us, I will sure try this one some time soon. Have a good day ahead

Thank you very much for your kind words and have a wonderful day! :-)

amazing

Thank you!! :))

  ·  2 years ago (edited)

A great publication. Well done. Greetings. Happy day. Please support me The food is wonderful

Thank you! :)

Thanks for sharing this! I just upvoted you

Amazing @milaoz now i feel hungry after watching it....:)

Thank you very much!! )

Banana is my staple fruit, i can say...
Thanks for sharing this recipe 👌☺️
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Yummy

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Lovely! Very good!

Thank you:-)

@milaoz How talented are you! Can I take you home on my birthday and I make some cookies? Hahaha...the smell of banana that envelopes the crunchy cookies is so mouth-watering!

Thank you very much, I could help you if I lived next to you :-))

Such lovely cookies. Awesome work.
As they are banana cookies, will it go bad if we keep it for long @milaoz ?

I think the cookie can be stored for several days if it is not eaten during this time :-)

I'll have this for my 3 little ladies for snack tomorrow. Thank you

Thank you very much, you will definitely like this cookie!

Yummy yummy!!! <3 Ideal with the coffee. Thank you for the recipe. :)

Thank you very much! )

Omg! That sounds delightful!

These look so good and they are easy to make! Thanks for sharing!

wow that really looks tasty ; yam yam , it looks similar to the baka-bana we prepare here in my country , that's baked banana preparation:
we slice the banana in thin slices and dipped them in a bowl that have flower mixed whit water and sugar, after dipping them ,we bake the banana untill it is nice brown, and serve that warm whit peanut sous , tasty ;)

this is the baka-bana :

Look excellent, but I'm on diet.

They look amazing and I love your pictures. How do you take pictures like that? Also I wanted to ask you why you use soda (I've always wondered that, since I've seen many pastry recipes that use it but I don't know what for). Thanks!

  ·  2 years ago (edited)

Well, these indeed look appealing. The oven cooking temperature - 180 degrees - was a new one for me.

As I generally bake cookies at 350 degrees or 375 degrees. But I guess there's a reason for this...