These easy banana bars are SO good! A GO TO dessert at our house!

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These brown butter banana chocolate chip bars can be enjoyed as a healthy breakfast bar or added to lunch boxes for the perfect lunch time snack. These easy banana bars are made with brown butter and chocolate chips. The bars are full of flavor and a great way to use up ripe bananas that you might have. These bars are always a welcome dessert. Brown butter is used in this dessert recipe, which brings out the best flavor in the bananas. There is nothing too fancy about these banana bars, but the flavors are great Theses bars are sure to surprise you. Once you make this easy dessert recipe, you will want to make over and over again. These bars are easy to whip up for a weeknight dessert recipe, or a midnight sweet craving. The bars do have a bit of a cakey texture, but that's what makes them so good. These bars will remind you of banana bread, cake, and blondies all in one easy dessert. The brown butter and the chocolate chips in this easy banana bars recipe are what makes it so good. For this banana bars dessert recipe you will need unsalted butter, brown sugar, egg, mashed banana, vanilla extract, baking powder, baking soda, sea salt, all-purpose flour and semi-sweet chocolate chips. For the full step by step recipe for these banana bars, you'll want to take a look at the Two Peas and Their Pod site.

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You will find this dessert recipe on the Two Peas & Their Pod site. On the site, you will find dessert recipes, healthy breakfast bars, frozen dessert recipes, main dish recipes, side dish recipes, pasta recipes, pancakes and so much more. **

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