- 3 bananas (very ripe, mashed or pureed until smooth, about 1 1/2 cups puree)
- almond butter
- 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
- 1/2 cup cocoa powder (good quality)
- sea salt (Small handful of course, for garnish)
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Martin Perrin 29 Oct
very yummy and so easy to prepare.
Connelly 18 Oct
Yummy! Will be making again
maryam p. 7 Oct
Extremely delicious and perfect
Christine 15 Sep
I was really happy with these! I love the richness of cacao, and the banana added the right amount of sweetness to make them palatable. I found they really curbed my cravings for something sugary! I'll definitely be making these again next week.
Megan Mayer 7 Sep
1 cookie kills the chocolate and baked goods cravings! If you like really dark chocolate(70-80%) with sea salt, then you'll like these. I used Himalayan Pink Salt. Yum! The recipe yielded 20 cookies which breaks down to 62 calories per cookie. I have a gas oven, used parchment paper and baked for 10 minutes. They're still soft allover and fudgy in the middle.
Brandi 26 Jun
These are great! They are better once fully cooled, just like regular peanut butter cookies. I would advise leaving the batter to sit for a moment before dropping onto the baking sheets, for some reason they didn’t spread as much after the batter had been out a while. The batter is so good by itself that I would probably prefer to eat it without baking it as a kind of mousse, so there are lots of possibilities with this base recipe.
LoriLee Marshall 12 May
Texture and consistency is good but a bit bitter, I think it needs some stevia or something else to sweeten it a bit but I’d definitely make them again and adapt, easy to do in food processor and you can amend ingredients. Great low carb treat, and really filling!
Angeline 22 Mar
Really good and delish! The almond butter I used is an extremely bitter kind, so I added 1/4 cup of honey, a tsp of vanilla and some cinnamon and they turned out great!
Trish Layne 19 Mar
after reading reviews prior to making, i added sugar free syrup. second batch i added raisins to add sweetness. next time ill add nuts as well. great base to work from. so simple to make!
Irene Boz 15 Mar
Very nice (but I have to admit I added some sugar as well)
Cherie Heath 3 Mar
They were nice and cake like but not sweet enough to quench that sweet craving will alter it next time to see if I can make something tasty and sweet
Joleen Quisberg 30 Jan
Super good! I was skeptical based on some of the reviews, but was pleasantly surprised! I will make again!!
Lacy Nelson 15 Jan
Perfect base recipe to add extras like chocolate chips, nuts/seeds, or coconut! I will definitely make these again!
kathryn 12 Dec 2017
Tasted awful. Definitely needs some sugar or something... even as a healthy cookie tastes really bad
Nicole 2 Nov 2017
I’m terrible at cooking and baking but this recipe is so easy and delicious! I will definitely use it again
L 30 Sep 2017
Pretty good! They turned out more fudgy than I expected. Could use a little more flavor but overall a good quick and easy recipe.
Cheila Morales 29 Sep 2017
Really good! I would make it again and I didn't add anything.
Julia Gallegos 28 Sep 2017
I liked them!The kids...not so much🤷🏼♀️
S 19 Aug 2017
This recipe has so much potential! I gave it a 3 because these cookies are almost tasteless, lack the flavor you'd expect when eating a cookie. Because I am not following any paleo/ vegan diet, I decided to try another batch however this time with a couple extra ingredients. I added a few pinches of superfine sugar and a small handful of milk chocolate chips to the mix. Voíla!! They came out delicious and I love the chewy texture. Next time, I'm adding toasted coconut.
Kelsey N. 10 May 2017
Amazing! I make them all the time. They are a great snack or dessert for a few people. They are so fudgey I forget that they are actually good for me!
Brittany S. 25 Apr 2017
Tasty....used my blender for a perfect smooth texture. My husband said it could use a little pop, so next time we'll throw in some dark chocolate chips. They carbed my sweet tooth cravings😍
Brian G. 13 Sep 2016
Made with sunbutter instead of peanut butter, and used defrosted frozen bananas rather than fresh overripe bananas. Had to add some extra cocoa powder. Forgot the salt too. My very picky eater loved them. Would definitely make again.
Makenna L. 4 Sep 2016
Delicious! Would one hundred percent make them again. My roommate said 'if heaven has a smell it would smell like those cookies.'
gloria m. 18 Aug 2016
i made these twice now and they r delish. i am on a all plant based program n some of ur recipies contain ingred i cant have, but i make them anyway and leave out what i cannot have or subsitute for another ingred.so far i really enjoy what i make. these cookies are to die for. and they fill my heavy craving for chocolate. and they freeze really well.thank u so much for such wonderful recipies.
Maxime Lagacé 29 Jul 2016
Excellent and super easy to make! I added even more superfoods :) coconut oil cinnamon dash of cayenne pepper nutmeg sunflower seeds sesame seeds chia flax
carol g. 22 Jul 2016
I didn't like them with the salt on top. Sprinkled a little sugar instead & they were really good-like brownies
Peggy B. 21 Jul 2016
Delicious! And, so easy to make. Nice to have another way to use up those over ripe bananas. The whole family liked them so I will definitely make them again.
Joanne G. 21 Jul 2016
Fantastic, especially with pinch of sea salt on top. Never would have thought it would hold together, but it did! REally chocalatety, without the sugar. Will definitely recommend to my gluten free friends.
Rick W. 17 Jul 2016
Well It was easy to make I used dark chocolate coca powder instead of regular chocolate powder. I did mine in a pie container made it like a bar cookie. Baking time was a little longer but they turned out alright. didn't use the salt. The taste wasn't what I thought it would be. I like my chocolate a bit sweeter. They are alright but I wouldn't make them a lot. I'll stick to my chocolate banana fudge.
Julia L. 16 Jul 2016
The best no added sugar sweets I've tried! They taste decadent, and I suppose they are somewhat calorically rich, but I can't feel too wrong about sticking a couple bites of banana, unsweetened natural peanut butter, and cocoa powder in my mouth. (I did add the salt, but I don't think it's absolutely necessary and may try going without next time.) I made 1/3 batch, and because they're so packed with flavor, I think they'll last at least 3 days just covering my personal chocolate cravings. It's funny these were dreamt up post holiday season because I think they'd make the perfect gift for a loved one with a sweet tooth when presented in a cute tin or box. I just started eating clean again myself, and these cookies have definitely warded off the unhealthy baked goods and ice cream fantasies I've been dodging. Thank you! P.S. I dropped the somewhat wet (resembled other drop cookies') dough onto my sheet, and it did require some flattening. I noticed when they were almost finished baking and did what I had to do. Things turned out great, but I would have had truffles if I hadn't noticed before the exterior had set.