- 3 bananas (overripe)
- 2 cups oats (old fashioned or quick work fine)
- 1/4 cup coconut oil (melted)
- 8 ounces pitted dates (chopped)
- 3 tablespoons unsweetened flaked coconut (plus additional for topping)
- 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
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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.
Staci Bracken 29 Jun 2018
very good i chopped up some walnuts also
Cathy 14 May 2018
really good! used 4 bananas, added half cup of chopped almonds, tsp of cinnamon, pinch cardamon and pinch of sea salt!
Jinx Aurora 1 Apr 2018
yummy! i added some chocolate chip with it
Christine 23 Mar 2018
So good. I added dark chocolate chips and coconut on top
Anett 6 Jul 2017
Like them a lot but would add cinnamon.
Bethany C. 10 Aug 2016
These provided a healthy, ready-to-go snack, but they did not have enough flavor for me. I think next time I will add some cinnamon or allspice. I also changed the recipe a little, substituting raisens for the dates and adding a fourth of a cup of almonds. I also took out about a fourth of the raisens. I think next time I will also put in the whole amount of raisens, though it adds more calories, and I think I might use almond pieces or half next time. My sister said that putting some of it oatmeal was good.
louise gray 19 Jul 2016
I had three bananas that were getting dark; so I froze them and those were what I used. I like to have a healthy quick bite for breakfast. These were easy to make; although I made them larger and only made 15. I would have liked them to have little crunch to them and perhaps, should have baked them a little longer. Also I might have added chopped almonds to improve the texture.