- 1/4 cup unsalted butter
- 4 ounces white chocolate
- 2 mashed banana (Medium)
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1 eggs
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
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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.
Leanne A day ago
Great just got out of the oven, have now taste tested- yum!
Madison Hardy 7 days ago
wonderful! love this recipe! my mom who doesnt really like sweets found these delicious!
Kristin 11 days ago
Really delicious much more of a bread/cake than brownie
Sébastien Ratté 12 days ago
Tried it yesterday! Was Great, a little bit more cakey than a regular brownie but very good
Dakota Nelesen 13 days ago
Pretty good. Maybe a little less flour would make them not so dense and heavy.
Holly S. 14 days ago
This is a Caribbean dish that they have been making forever just in pancake form and not brownie form. This is not an original recipe
Maria 15 days ago
Love it and delicious
Jennah 16 days ago
Good but so incredibly dense, and gooey, maybe because I used almond flower?
Destiny Wilk 18 days ago
Very tasty. Like a dense banana bread. I doubled the amount of white chocolate
Candice McGee 19 days ago
Almost like a dense and much sweeter banana bread. Tasted delicious, can’t have too much though 😜 even my husband, who isn’t a big fan of these type of things, commented how good they were.
Ali Brunner 20 days ago
This wasn’t the worst thing I’ve made however, it wasn’t the best. It really just tasted like banana bread- hard to taste the white chocolate. Like a previous rating suggested, I think this would taste better doubling up the chocolate. Also, I had to bake the brownies for about 25 min but I think they were still underdone. 30 min might be better.
Jessica Lamarre 21 days ago
If you’re looking for a fast and easy way to use your ripped bananas it is the best recipe you can do! Mixed everything in the same bowl, made two batches in a row! At taste it really is banana bread, the texture is somewhere between a really moist and dense banana bread and a less heavy brownie! Will for sure make this again and again :) Oh and I doubled the white chocolate for the second batch, it is a must!
Peret 22 days ago
Great! I added walnuts.
Trish 23 days ago
Delicious! I would make it again.
Jen 27 days ago
It tasted delicious 😋
David 27 days ago
Simple and delicious! My three kids (4,3,1) loved making this dessert as a surprise for mama. We all loved it!
Ivan Žic 28 days ago
Great!! I will make it again.
Camille Genus 30 days ago
Amazing! I doubled the recipe, added slightly more white chocolate, added some eggnog and rum to the batter, and then added white chocolate chips to the top right before baking. These are so moist, dense, and addicting!
Brittani Lavergne 23 Dec 2018
My husband and son loved this!!
Robert Hersey 22 Dec 2018
Grand slam. I increased the white chocolate slightly on the 2nd batch. Glad that I did.
Linda W. 19 Dec 2018
First time making these banana brownies and love them! So easy to make and so so yummy to eat ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Nadene Fowler 12 Dec 2018
Great and tasty ! Surely make it again!
Shams Omar 10 Dec 2018
It tasted great 👌🏼💜
Jos 10 Dec 2018
OK, definitely worth doing, simply lovely.
Cindy 10 Dec 2018
Quick and easy and delicious!
Joanna Athanassov 9 Dec 2018
tastes good, a little dry but i think that's because I cooked it too long. i added 3 bananas instead of 2 and liked it. i added apple cinnamon drizzle on the top.
Melanie Torrens 29 Nov 2018
the recipe taste like banana bread...tried a twist with peanutbutter chips in a different batch instead of white chocolate..do not recommend the peanutbutter
Esther 12 Nov 2018
Just like dense banana bread. It needed to bake 30-35 minutes though, vs the 15-20 minutes in the directions.
Peggy M. 11 Nov 2018
yummy these turned out awesome I added extra bananas for more flavor.
Ellen 10 Nov 2018
Brownies turned out great.. I’m going to try adding almond flour for part of the flour and see what happens.