I’m heading to Boston next week for a 5 day holiday. I actually cannot wait! I’ll be going to my good friends from Australia; we’ve held in close contact over the years and try and visit every so often.
Boston has great climate this time around of year, too! I’m excited to look at some restaurants and explore a little so definitely let me know when you have any suggestions!
I also have a fresh obsession to share: Banana loaf of bread breakfast time cookies. Normally I would state regular cookies, but since these taste like banana loaf of bread AND oatmeal, I’m actually quite in like. And when chocolate chips are thrown in the mix? OMG!
Plus they just take a quarter-hour to create and clock in at around 60 calorie consumption per cookie. YES!
This really isn’t a good recipe. It’s me telling you to mix a couple of things together for sweet satisfaction that you don’t have to experience guilty about.
For reals. No odd processed ingredients from a container. Just all-natural stuff.
Dairy free of charge. Gluten Free of charge (make use of GF oats). Nut free of charge. Vegan. Vegetarian. I think they’re an excellent breakfast (or healthful treat!) for whoever you might be. That’s unless you’re allergic to bananas or oats. Sorry!
The possibilities are endless with these little bites! Try adding in a few of the next to make it your very own:
Hope you enjoy a cookie or two for breakfast! xoxo
5.0 from 5 reviews
If desired you can include in a few of the next:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Place oats in blender or meals processor and blend until oats end up being the persistence of flour; it’s alright if it’s not really perfectly ground.
In large bowl combined mashed banana with oats until even. Add 1/2 glass of your favorite add in; I used dark chocolate chips along menudo with pigs feet recipe a teaspoon of vanilla draw out.
Spray baking sheet with nonstick squirt. Drop dough by huge tablespoons onto cookie sheet; flatten a little with a silicone spatula. Bake for 9-12 a few minutes or until cookies are established. Remove from oven and great on wire rack. Cookies will keep inside a covered container for a couple days, or they can be frozen and reheated. Makes about 16 cookies.
1. Puritan & Company (Inman Sq in Cambridge)
2. Casa B (Union Square in Somerville – no T end but worth a visit)
3. Windsor Dim Sum (Chinatown)
4. Catalyst (Kendall Rectangular in Cambridge)
5. Bronwyn (Union Rectangular in Somerville)
6. Trina’s Starlite Lounge (Inman Square in Cambridge)
For brunch, I’ve long been partial to the North Road Grille within the North End (on North St – move fig). Masa within the South End on Tremont has a great brunch as well.
Enjoy your trip!!!
Can’t wait around to try making these!
We 2nd the DUCK tour. I understand it sounds corny but you get a great place of the land and some great history all while having lots of fun trigger the drivers are excellent! You’ll be able to go back and do the neighborhoods you want to see even more of. You can also get the DUCK on the mall alongside the Prudential building.
The Barking Crab” was a great dinner. Picnic furniture all initiated under a roofing on the water – meet lots of great people.
Eating any old thing in Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall is a superb people watcher.
For a few laughs, get tickets towards the Improv Asylum in the North End – so fun!
We also added hemp hearts and chia ðŸ˜›
Mine proved too dry. Maybe bananas should have been even more ripe. They were thicker too. I may add a pinch of salt. Something was lacking. My add ins were coconut flakes, delicious chocolate chips, honey, peanut butter vanilla extract – very little of each.
Truthfully my 17 year old said these were rubbery. I believe I need to try again.
I’m pretty past due upon this but I made them this past weekend! They weren’t perfect, I have to play around using the measurements more. My mistake was that I didn’t start to see the component where you blend the oats initial to make a flour, therefore i just put directly oats in there. I made a huge batch because my bananas were about to spoil (5 of these) therefore i did 5 moderate bananas, 2 mugs of oats and then some oat flour (I had developed both at home) merely to get the uniformity right. I mixed that jointly and got virtually the same uniformity as making chocolate chip cookies (the ‘real’ way).
Then I added in chopped dark chocolate (didn’t have chips, but I had fashioned a bakers bar), chia seeds, and some handfuls of chopped pecans. I baked them lengthy enough to get them crispy but it never occurred – they came out chewy, probably due to the oats. They flavor great though, they sense just like a dessert so it is preventing me from having richer sweets because I know I’ve these at home. ðŸ‚ I simply wish I possibly could get them to crisp up. I’ll try using the oat flour next time rather than oats and see if it makes a difference. When you have any suggestions besides that to get them crispy, I’d love to know!
I so wanted this formula to work folks. My husband cannot have gluten, most grains, eggs, dairy, nuts, and much more. I am a big baking fan, and have been missing baking. So, I am trying to consider recipes that he can possess (no fun in cooking a thing that he can’t possess too), which is, I have discovered, hard.
Hence my high hopes for this recipe that was recommended to us. Well, it didn’t just work at all for all of us.
My bananas were very ripe, I used 3 moderate, rather than the 2 large ones indicated within the recipe. Added handful of sugar, and vanilla. And do half of a batch with raisins, half with chocolates potato chips.
They were extremely dry out. Quite bland. Such a shame. I wonder what went incorrect.
(If anybody has recipes that match my husband’s restrictions above, please do share!)