Banana Drop Cookies
So who doesn’t like cookies? The room goes silent because we all know that everyone loves cookies. These are easy healthy cookies that can be made even healthier by your own way to change this or that. These cookies can also be included in your holiday cookie recipes repertoire and made into tasty snacks. Cookies are and have always been the best way to get your kids to do something they might not truly want to. The next time you ask them to clean up there room you will now have some tasty snacks to tempt them with. Holiday cookie recipes can be hard and long drawn cooking affairs but this recipe from Mary is quite easy to make.
Yes easy healthy cookies can be made and all it takes is a little change here and there in any recipe you decide to make. There are many recipes that are already healthy ones but even if you think one might not
be always remember that the recipe is yours to rule over and not the other way around.Bananas are one of the best ways to get natural potassium into your body and the fact they taste great is an added bonus. The fact that you can use them in desserts and even in savory meals is the beauty of these yellow dream fruits. They are grown in many different locations but the majority come from hot and steamy environments. You can get the regular larger size ones as well as mini sized ones that will give the little ones something they can have fun with. You can also find plantains that are almost exact duplicates of bananas but are much more dense and need to be cooked to get them palatable. Many people who have been sent out on a mission to the supermarket have come back with plantains when regular bananas were called for.
You find them in ice cream treats like banana splits and they are also a great addition to smoothies. They can be dipped in melted chocolate and have nuts and sprinkles added then frozen. This is a great way to get them to be eaten by kids and finicky adults. Yes they are even in the realm of famous people and their favorite desserts. The King himself Mr. Elvis Presley loved them. He had a recipe for them that is actually quite good. Bananas fried in butter then added to toasted bread and peanut butter. That’s a really great treat. There are many ways to get banana in to your recipes and never forget that even on their own they make a great tasty snack that is also very healthy for you. The next time that cookies are on your mind and you have some bananas that are too ripe for anyone to pick up and eat then you will find a home for them in this great recipe from Mary. Thanks to Mary of Love Foodies Blog for this yummy Banana Drop Cookies Recipe and bon apetit.**
Nutrition Facts of Banana Drop Cookies from Love Foodies
Ingredients: Sugar, butter, vanilla, bananas, eggs, flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 50 servings *Per Serving: Calories 31, Calories from Fat 23, Total Fat 2.6g (4%), Saturated Fat 1.6g (8%), Cholesterol 13mg (4%), Sodium 20mg (1%), Potassium 35mg (1%), Carbohydrates 1.9g (1%), Dietary Fiber 0.1g (0%), Sugars 1.4g, Protein 0.3g, Vitamin A 2% · Vitamin C 0%, Calcium 1%, Iron 1%.
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