How often do you have a few bananas on your countertop that are too ripe for snacking, or too many bananas in your freezer for smoothies? Well, here’s an option: Make chewy banana bomb cookies.
The inspiration for this recipe comes from a grocery store in San Francisco where I attended a prepared foods conference. A version of this cookie was served for a mid-morning snack; it was the perfect snack to energize us during the seminars and to hold us over until lunch.
This isn’t your usual cookie dough batter. There’s no flour, no egg, no dairy and no leavening agent. But like most drop cookie recipes, this one is easy to make and kid-friendly.