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  1. Delicious! My families new favourite. Did use slightly more butter and less agave though. Maybe I’ll try using maple syrup in place of Agave to make it more Canadian:)

    1. Thanks for letting me know! It’s fun to hear all of the ways folks switch up this recipe. I LOVE the maple syrup idea–haha, and making it Canadadian! πŸ™‚ aloha!

  2. They were a big hit with my family! I like the idea of adding peanut butter, as suggested above. Next time. Mahalo!

    1. So glad!! Yes, I’m trying it w/ peanut butter next time too! πŸ™‚
      Aloha!

  3. These were absolutely divine! .. Even if I did forget to blend the sugar and butter separately first πŸ˜‰ Thanks for a quick and easy treat.

  4. I’m in love! I omitted the butter and brown sugar, added a small extra squeeze of agave nectar, and they are delicious! AND I don’t have to feel any guilt!

    1. Kari–So glad you loved them. Great changes–maybe I’ll try that next time too! Thanks for commenting!

  5. YUM! But wait – is there a potential substitute for agave nectar?

    1. Thank you Jenna! Yes, you could really use any sweetener you like. I think agave is quite sweet, so you might want to adjust amounts. I would suggest honey, but if you want to use sugar, I am sure they would come out great that way too. πŸ™‚ Let me know how it goes!

  6. I think i would end up subbing dried cranberries for the chocolate chips. They would go fabulous with Hawaii 5-0. I should make them Monday so that I have some for next week. As long as I don’t need the kleenix like I did after this last episode last week.

    1. Sounds like a wise choice. πŸ˜‰
      Oh really–? Hawaii 5-O was a tear-jerker this week? Uh oh, I better wait for the right moment to watch it (Recorded and waiting for me :))
      aloha!

  7. I just baked these (well, I made some modifications…) and WOW! Amazing! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe. Now I know what I’ll be doing with our too-ripe bananas. πŸ™‚

    1. Yay! I’m so glad you liked it. I’m curious what modifications you made? Let me know! I’d love to keep playing with the recipe! aloha!

      1. Nothing major. I used coconut palm sugar instead of brown sugar, coconut oil instead of butter, added a few tablespoons of peanut butter and left out the chocolate chips since I didn’t have any.

  8. I think you’re doing pretty good with the photography (or is it Josiah?). Those cookies look good enough to eat–even for me who doesn’t like bananas!!

    1. Thanks Mom. You just like pictures with your little grandson in them! πŸ™‚
      I think you need to convert and try some silly bananas…But either way–thank you!