- 2 bananas (small very ripe)
- 1 cup old fashioned oats
- 1/4 cup natural peanut butter (crunchy or creamy)
|Calories590Calories from Fat190|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat190|
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Katie A. 3 months ago
Very great choice when your son is allergic to eggs and dairy! Next time I’ll be adding some chocolate chips
René Hitz 4 months ago
My client for whom I made these said, “They’re good! A+” For sure will make these again.
John Buller 5 months ago
They were a delicious healthy start to the day.
A Noury 8 months ago
I took some ideas feom others and added vanilla extract, cinnamon, and coconut flakes. SO good!
Jim a year ago
Delicious! Easy, quick, and healthy. It's a winner! I just ate several great tasting "burritos", each consisting solely of a warm corn tortilla wrapped around the unbaked cookie mixture. Tasted great.
Ridings a year ago
Pretty good. Very simple flavor.
Billy a year ago
Kids loved them I added coconut flour for extra flavor Very easy to make
bcubed a year ago
Second time I've made these, I added dark chocolate chips, walnuts and just a teaspoon of Vanilla extract. Yummy, makes a great breakfast for the golf course. Updated: I added a TBS of Organic Maple Syrup instead of the Vanilla Extract :)
Hello, Maggie😍 a year ago
This recipe was amazing! I added a few chocolate chips because I’m a chocoholic at heart, and it made this recipe delicious! 2 thumbs up!
Lynde a year ago
Made with chocolate PB2... delicious!
Cheyanne Mumphrey a year ago
Not a sweet treat, but a good snack. I added a little cinnamon to spruce up the flavor. Next time I might add more fruits in the mix. Tasty.
Ascending To Aries a year ago
It was easy and super fun...I stayed true to the recipe nothing added, they were simply delicious love that peanut taste and the crisp was right on...great fun easy quick snack
Becca 2 years ago
Kind of bland, but good enough for a quick snack.
Liz Cherne 2 years ago
Not a lot of flavor... we added vanilla... should have added mini chocolate chips or something. We made them into bars... cooked twice as long. Consistency is good. Just a bit boring.
MsPhali 2 years ago
I loved the taste , just not sure whether the texture was ideal..Not soft and not hard..Just the Fibre intake one needed for the day..Quite a quick one , loved it - within 30mins one was indulging..
savana baldwin 2 years ago
Pretty good, although I think I'll add some sweetener next time.
erin 2 years ago
I found these super simple, which is good because I'm lazy, lol. They're good, but i do agree they would be better with extra ingredients. i plan on making them again, but adding some dark chocolate and walnuts. That would add the extra sweetness that I like.
Patrice B. 2 years ago
I added about a 1/4 cup of Nutella to these because I couldn't resist, but doing so added a little flavor that was probably needed. I also used regular PB, which didn't help the health factor of these cookies. I was pleasantly surprised, as they weren't as bad as other similar recipes I've tried. In the future, I'll try some dried cranberries to make them a bit more interesting.
Sammi DiBiase 2 years ago
it was good even before baking it!
Jason Clemens 2 years ago
It turned out alright but I feel it's too bland. You can barely taste anything, which surprised me since I personally love all 3 ingredients. If you make this recipe I think you need to add something to improve the yum factor.
Tam 2 years ago
It was good. Almost sweet enough for me, not the kids. Will try again because this is a new way of eating for me.
Erick Nathan 2 years ago
Pretty good. A little bland if you're a sweet tooth like me. but will be good for a grab and go breakfast.
Osama 2 years ago
Ultimate go to. Delicious
Angela 2 years ago
This was a pretty good recipe. I liked that it's simple and filling. I added some brown sugar, flax seeds, cinnamon (which many other users suggested) and some vegan chocolate. I think that with a little more tweaking of the recipe and a little less banana for my taste. All in all a good recipe.
Sadie M. 2 years ago
I didn't like them, I tried adding some Nutella to them to help with sweetness (a spoonful for the entire batch) but it didn't do them any justice. I am going to say that it's probably because they taste mainly of peanut butter and banana (as one would expect) and I'm not a huge fan of peanut butter and sometimes I don't like banana. I'll just stick with a smoothie for my breakfast :D
Chantal D. 2 years ago
Added a sprinkle of cinnamon and some chocolate chips. My three year old loves them! Next time, I might add some nuts for an extra punch of protein.
Jalen K. 2 years ago
These delicious treats couldn't be easier to make and they please a sweet-tooth like mine! I added dark chocolate chips and just a dash of cinnamon to mine. So yummy!
Steven 2 years ago
Oh my goodness! These are the best things ever. I'm a huge fan of oatmeal cookies and these are up there. I added some cinnamon which I definitely recommend. These are a great replacement for the expensive protein bars I have bought.
Cynthia 2 years ago
The cookie was a little runny, not hard but I suspect that's because I didn't use enough peanut butter.
Laurie C. 2 years ago
here you go David Ingredients 2 small very ripe bananas 1 cup old fashioned oats 1/4 cup natural peanut butter crunchy or creamy Instructions Preheat oven to 350°F. Mash the bananas in a bowl. Add the oats and peanut butter. Mix. Roll, then flatten 10-12 cookies and place on a baking sheet. Bake at 350°F for about 12 minutes or until the cookies are golden brown, as shown. Recipe Notes The cookies will keep for a few days in a sealed container. Enjoy them warm from a toaster oven or at room temperature for a quick fiber-filled breakfast!