I used almond butter this time. It needed to be used up soon. I also used not so overripe bananas and they taste better.
I did add an egg for more protein. No one here is allergic to eggs.
I used the zzuzher to mix because it was out and the cold almond butter was too stiff for my hand mixer which is having issues right now--popping the breaker at the least excuse. The mixture was very liquid because of the egg, so I added coconut flour to thicken and add flavor.
Now unto the pan with a paper liner because they will stick due to the low amount of fat.
I forgot to smash them down (above). They were thicker than I thought. They were starting to brown too much so I took them out of the oven at 13 minutes, but they are not quite done in the center.
2 ripe bananas
2 large spoons of nut butter (2/3 to 3/4 C)
(peanut butter, almond or cashew butter)
2 C old fashioned oats (reg oatmeal)
1 large egg
1/4 C coconut butter
nuts, chocolate chips, coconut--whatever
Mix together. Scoop onto a lg cookie sheet
lined with parchment paper, or spray well using
a large cookie scoop, flattening down dough
(will not spread).
Bake 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes. Makes 26.
These are good snacks that won't add a lot of sugar or fat to your diet with good carbs and protein. Add other ingredient at your own pleasure.