- 3 bananas (large ripe)
- 1/2 cup cocoa powder
- 1 cup crunchy almond butter
- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
PER SERVING *
|Calories130Calories from Fat90|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat90|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Zac Fields 19 hours ago
Very bitter and gross.
GourmetLineCook 4 days ago
Poorly, the cocoa powder was not my favorite!
Kmason 4 days ago
Pretty good! I subbed almond butter for crunchy Peanut Butter , which kind of gave the “brownies” a banana nut taste. I will make again... but will probably do more cocoa for a more chocolate taste! * if you cook them a few minutes extra they turn out a little gooey :(
tortoise 6 days ago
Didn’t think it would work out at all but some how they came out amazing added 1 tsp of stevia to make it a bit sweet
Alexandra Stanulis 13 days ago
Added some honey and they were perfect!
ProSousChef 17 days ago
came out good the first time. The second time I added a small banana and 1/4 cup splenda for baking. 2x's better! if you do not want artificial sweetener's in your brownie leave it out but if i'm cooking brownies i want them to taste sweeter like the original...
Oscar Hewitt 26 days ago
I'm sure they would've been lovely had we not presumed you could swap the almond butter for regular butter, causing all of the butter to be completely separate from the 'brownies' 😂
Michaela 28 days ago
It was super easy to make, prehaps needed more cocoa powder, i would maybe add either less butter or put smooth butter in. but thats just a personal taste.
Ferguson 14 Aug
it ddnt taste very good i used everything except fr crunchy almond butter
Larissa B. 10 Aug
it tasted great! it looked and tasted like dark chocolate flavoured brownies! however i made 12 batches and each brownie is approximately 218 cals not 130 cals (well, it depends on the ingredients used)
Patrick Gilmartin 27 Jul
Yung Ultra## 26 Jul
It was good but a bit to bitter for me.
Julia Glazebnik 18 Jul
They were yummy!I substituted the almond butter for creamy peanut butter and they baked nicely!Lovely!
ChefCamz 10 Jul
Super easy to make. I made half the suggested serving and refrigerated over night. You can eat alone or serve with fresh fruit and a dab of whip cream!
Maeve Lichtenberg 4 Jul
Not sweet enough for my taste and a little doughy after cooking for a few extra minutes.
Britta Garrett 2 Jul
Came out good , I added some walnuts , dates ( shredded in a blender ) and a little coconut flour.
Erica 26 Jun
It was tasty. Reducing my sugar intake so thought it was a nice alternative treat. Very moist and I substituted almond for peanut butter. Also, sprinkled a few dark chocolate chips on top. Will make again!
Ali W 19 Feb
a little bit bitter but really nice overall