Easy Kids' Recipe for Fluffy Banana Cookies Recipe
For a quick sweet treat, this quick and easy kids' recipe for fluffy banana cookies tastes just like banana bread but is even easier to bake.
I made these cookies with my grandkids. They were so easy to make and came out great! Very fluffy and soft. We added chocolate chips and red and green sugar on top for Christmas! They’re a hit with the whole family!!
Was a fast and easy cookie with tasty results - however, I did make changes, so i couldn't honestly critique based on the original recipe, but the base ingredients were just what i was looking for: easy, not too much sugar or butter. My recipe: (all the base recipe ingredients) minus the nuts. I added a splash of vanilla, so maybe one teaspoon. added 1 cup of quick oats to thicken the batter. Added mini chocolate chips on top for additional, optional flavor. Still baked them at 325 degrees, but dropped 1 rounded tablespoon on an insulated cookie sheet, on parchment, for 15 minutes. When taken out of the oven, I left them on the cookie sheet for an additional 10 minutes before removing to a rack for cooling. These were incredibly moist, soft and fluffy. I will definitely be making these again (possibly in lieu of an actual banana bread!)
i made it exactly as written and it came out as a massive hit in my family..lol. Im going to get more bananas so I can't make these again! Nice to have something to do with my last "aging" bananas. Everyone really did gobble them up:) Thanks for sharing this.
Delicious! I added vanilla and few chocolate chips and they were amazing! Seems like a versatile recipe that you could easier sub many things... I’m already thinking of what my next batch will include! Thanks for the recipe!
Delicious! My 5 and 3 year olds loved helping mix all the ingredients. We cut sugar in half, added pecans and chocolate chips and the texture was still great!
These were VERY “wet” and molded quickly. They had a good flavor, but I don’t like my cookies wet.
I added 1 tsp of vanilla
This recipe has been handed down in my family for generations. It's a good way to use overripe bananas. It's also a moist cookie that travels well either in the mail or car.