- 1 bananas
- 3/4 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut
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|Calories80Calories from Fat35|
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|Calories from Fat35|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Christine McElreavy 14 hours ago
I little chewy but really yummy. If you have a sweet tooth, I recommend eating with ice cream .
Claire Spicer 4 days ago
So easy to make holds together nicely! Yumm
Marlon Acevedo 24 days ago
Great great food nice
Alves 12 Oct
Easy and delicious !! 😋😋
Sanchez 1 Sep
Simple and delicious. Mixed up the batch by adding blueberries to a few and pecan bits to a handful as well. They’re like mini banana bread cookies but after a few bites became too sweet for me. I may try a different type of banana or it’s level of ripeness next time. Overall a great recipe to have in your back pocket when you’re looking for an easy to make treat with only handful of ingredients in your pantry.
jirislav 23 May
Compare the effort to the result, and you have to admit, this is a great recipe :) But be aware that the taste of the cookie is determined by the taste of the banana, so prefer to use sweet bananas.
Cynthia Rahem 21 May
Not bad at all!! Tastes yummy especially if you want something not too sweet. But in my opinion I found it a little bit dry.
Julie 14 Mar
We love these! We always add chocolate chips and pecans to the top! Yum!
Meg 7 Mar
Turned out as expected, not amazing - but a good snack food. I sandwiched a tablespoon of Almond Butter between two of them to add a little more protein. They bake as shaped :)
Courtjizzle C. 25 Feb
These were pretty good for how simple they are and my 4 year old loved them. I used sweetened coconut flakes and added a little cinnamon and almonds.
Tanya Kodenski 22 Feb
mine were not as pretty as the picture and the banana started to brown on day 2, but delicious nonetheless
Mrs.Roi 15 Jan
Should add choc chips next time but honestly not too bad
Heather G. 11 Jan
They were ok. I used ripe bananas that had quite a few polka dots. I'm not crazy about ripe bananas and the flavor intensified during cooking. I will try a much less ripe (still slightly green on the ends) so I wont get that pungent flavor of the center of the banana that grosses me out.
Navage 10 Dec 2017
Yummy!!! Added a few nuts
Hall 30 Nov 2017
Great Amazing recipe that requires no effort
Winona 25 Nov 2017
Delicious I will make again
Le 21 Nov 2017
Tastes like banana bread! Very good!
qwerty machado 20 Nov 2017
Very good, maybe not the best It you like crunchy cookies but I’m sure you could adjust the recipe until you get what you want
Gabriela L. 13 Nov 2017
The cookies were delicious! I added a teaspoon of coconut oil for texture. They were perfect.
Hey Marina! 28 Oct 2017
So simple and tasty, a great snack to have when you are trying to be healthy!
Rasa Estee 19 Oct 2017
I needed to add some coconut oil to make the mix solid enough to handle and shape without breaking. I added some extra topping, too, like cinnamon and ginger powder and almonds. My family is loving it! Thank you! 🤗
Sally B. 18 Oct 2017
Mine were still almost raw after 25 minutes. 350F seems too low. Didn't crisp up even when cool.
Noor 10 Oct 2017
Super easy and delightfully tasty
Aurora Lama 8 Oct 2017
It turned out really good! I thought they were going to be crunchy, which they are not. They are so good, though. So easy to make, I will definetely make it again!
Mitchell 4 Oct 2017
Did them with half rolled oats, half shredded coconut. YUM
Sarah Pelhan 3 Oct 2017
Surprise of the month, my husband liked them and asked me to make more! He has a serious sweet tooth and I was worried he wouldn't enjoy them due to their non traditional nature. They turned out great and more chewy than expected, which is an added bonus. Try them.
Maria Alejandra Hong Beirute 14 Sep 2017
Loved it, yield is low, so I'd definitely do twice the batch, or 3 times. The consistency is a not exactly cookie like; but I think I need to make them flatter and cook them longer. For me it's a great way of getting rid of bananas when they all matured at the exact same time
Lisa DeFeo 11 Sep 2017
Maybe I did something different than previous reviewers, but these were disappointing. If you like banana and coconut (which I do), just mash some up and eat it. Seriously, save yourself time and effort, baking these did nothing to enhance the enjoyment of these little cookies.
Sylvie La Chapelle 11 Sep 2017
Very good - added a little lemon in there and kept in the oven 5 min longer. Must like coconuts
Kathleen 24 Jul 2017
Simple, easy, tasty.