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My boys love banana desserts and Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies are their all time favorite. This recipe is a quick and easy way to use those ripe bananas sitting on your counter. While these are a treat in my house, the added banana brings a little healthy element to chocolate chip cookies. These Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies will turn out soft with a crispy edge that is sure to please your entire family.
*Time Saving Tip
If you are taking the time to bake cookies, then make a double batch of the recipe. I take half the baked cooled cookies, put them in a ziplock bag, and throw them in the freezer to save for another day. When you are ready just put the bag of frozen cookies on the counter to thaw for a couple hours. Voila! Cookies without baking!
The recipe I use comes from my favorite cookbook author Lucinda Scala Quinn. She is an amazing chef whose recipes focus on feeding your family with delicious yet simple meals. I own and love all three of Lucinda’s cookbooks: Mad Hungry Feeding Men & Boys, Mad Hungry Cravings, and Mad Hungry Family. They are available on Amazon. I have lots of favorite recipes from her books that I make all the time.
The Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe comes from the cookbook Mad Hungry Cravings on page 285 or from Lucinda’s website Mad Hungry.com. I follow the recipe exactly and often double the recipe to make extra cookies. Click here for the link to Mad Hungry’s recipe for Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies.
These Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies are a favorite in my house! Have you ever made a Mad Hungry recipe? Which one is your favorite?