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3-ingredient Coconut Cookies

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3-ingredient Coconut Cookies

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  • 1 banana (VERY ripe, the peeling should be almost completely dark; more than the one shown above)
  • 2/3 cup shredded unsweetened coconut (finely, measured after shredding)
  • vanilla extract (1/4 teasp., or just a small splash)
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    Calories90Calories from Fat35
    Total Fat4g6%
    Saturated Fat3.5g18%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat35
    Total Carbohydrate14g5%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A0%
    Vitamin C4%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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    Carole 8 months ago
    Still one more minute in oven, but fam all agree it’s like a warm banasplit as we wait. I added a pinch of allspice, stevia crystals, nuts, stevia chocolate chips
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    Iro Nic 2 years ago
    These were really good. I'm a huge coconut fan and these really satisfied me without all of the excess sugar. I will definitely make these again. I added chopped walnuts and my bananas were not as ripe as the one in the picture yet they still came out yummy! The only problem that I had is that I was hoping they would have turned out more firm than they actually did.
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    Derek Wall 2 years ago
    Tasty but added a little cinnamon to make even better!
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    Hannah Smith 2 years ago
    i personally wasn’t a fan! the texture wasn’t great neither was the flavour, too much banana for me!
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    Thai Machado 2 years ago
    I recently discovered my egg, dairy and gluten allergies so i’m pretty glad this recipe worked and tasted great, my whole family loved these cookies
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    Cortney 2 years ago
    tasted similar to macaroons, definitely adding chocolate with them next time
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    Vera Slyk 2 years ago
    Not great tast and was chewy.
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    Megan 3 years ago
    Made as recipe calls. Next time I'll be sure to add some spices and dairy free chocolate chips. As well as double the batch.
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    Ketsman 3 years ago
    Good, simple cookie Made it as the receipt says, would make it again
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    Jill Coe 3 years ago
    Delicious. Next time I’ll add a few vegan chocolate chips to switch it up a little
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    Ruth Jack 3 years ago
    had to persevere with the cooking times but these turned out great! expected a dairy, sugar and gluten free cookie to be disgusting, however, i could eat these all day!
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    Sara Maglione 3 years ago
    Wow, amazing cookies! I definitely did not heed the warning; "keep the oven door cracked and watch the cookies while broiling" they definitely go from fine to burned in no time! Definitely make a double batch, even if it's your first time making them. You will probably end up eating half 😊
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    Elizabeth 4 years ago
    Wonderful! I made macaroons instead by just leaving the scoop untouched it took a bit longer to bake but the broiling tip was great
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    Gee 6 years ago
    Made these for a good friend who is breast feeding, but can't eat refined sugar, eggs, dairy or wheat, because the baby was having allergic reactions to something she was eating, this helped satisfy her sugar craving completely I put a pinch of cinnamon in one batch, and a pinch of unsweetened cocoa in another, they turned out great