Banana Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies are a nice change from the chocolate chips you’re used to making. These cookies are one of the tastiest ways to utilize overripe bananas when you’re tired of making banana bread or muffins with them. The sweet bananas in the recipe enable you to use less sugar. And, the peanut butter and chopped peanuts add a bit of protein usually missing from cookies. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at www.ezgf.blogspot.com All photographs in this video were taken be me. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use my photographs. The music used in this video is royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license. incompetech.com Ingredients list • ¾ cup brown sugar • 5 tbsp butter, well softened • ½ cup peanut butter • 1 tsp vanilla extract • 1 ripe banana, well mashed • 1 egg • 1 ½ cups gluten free Bisquick • 1 cup semisweet chocolate chips • 2/3 cup peanuts, chopped For additional free healthy dessert recipes, cooking tips and tutorials go to www.FaveHealthyRecipes.com To find this recipe at FaveHealthyRecipes go to www.favehealthyrecipes.com
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Haha her reaction was pretty? funny.
I could just see your daughters reaction, that is too funny! ? What a great mix of flavors in this 🙂
I’ve seen your cookies and they’re beautiful.? One of the first recipes I ever saw you do was those little heart shaped orange dust cookies. They looked even better than a bakery.
those look perfect Anne! they all are the same size and also are really nice and round, lol I have made tons of cookies but not of them looked that? perfect!!! I think my husband will love this one! 😀
They’re sorta like part cookie part? muffin. Initially my daughter threw a hissy fit because they looked like regular chocolate chips but tasted like banana. In the long she like them too.
What a different recipe.? Very unique!! I can not wait to try these.
Thanks for stopping? by.
Looks & sounds great!?
Thanks for stopping by Glen. Hope you? have an awesome weekend.
Awe thanks Angie. Hope you have an awesome weekend my? friend.
These cookies? look outstanding! Great job.
YUM! You always have the? best pairings!
Thank you, I often seem to have overripe bananas around here so I’m always looking for new ways to make use? of them. I’ll be making these again.
OHH I like how that sounds!! 😉 I am so picky when it comes to eating Bananas LOL!!! …once they start to speckle I don’t like the taste of the to just EAT! LOL! SO I end up with so many banana breads or chop and freeze them for smoothies,, I like this idea! 🙂 Just looking at your? thumbprint pic makes me crave 3-4 of them! LOL!!
Your right about that and I did attack the cookie jar. hahaha
Thanks? so much for stopping by Garnett.
Thanks Brenda, these were really good if you’re not? expecting them to taste like regular chocolate chips like my daughter was. These taste like a cross between a cookie and a banana muffin. I ate way too many. 🙂
What a wonderful idea to use up older Bananas! Another terrific? Recipe! I can almost smell them baking! YUM!! 😉
Sorry for your inconvenience. I try? to keep the recipes simple and affordable and use the bisquick to cut down on the ingredients. If I didn’t have access to GF Bisquick I’d look for a self rising gluten free flour that contains xanthan gum. If you can’t find that then for a similar mix to the GF Bisquick I’d substitute (2/3 cup of rice flour, 1/3 cup of potato starch, 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp baking soda, 1/2 tsp xanthan gum & 1/4 tsp salt) for each 1 cup measure in the recipe.
Can`t -stop – at – just – one -? Oh thats it — ATTACK THE COOKIE JAR .
every recipe on here is done with bizquick but in australia we dont have it .do u know what is? in bisquick or another flour i could use ?.