Chewy sweet carob cookie with more than a hint of banana flavor. For the banana flour: Blend as many ripe bananas as your blender will handle until completely smooth. Pour onto non-stick dehydrator sheets and dry overnight. The next morning, remove from sheets, flip over, and dry another 8-12 hours or until very...

Recipe Directions

1. Mix the first five ingredients together in a large bowl.

2. Place the banana, agave, and vanilla in your blender and blend until smooth.

3. Add wet ingredients to the bowl and mix it all together with a large spoon. This should give a very stiff batter.

4. Spoon out a heaping tablespoon for each cookie onto non-stick dehydrator sheets (flattening each cookie a little with dampened hands).

5. Dry overnight at 104 F.

6. The next day, move the cookies directly onto dehydrator screens and dry another 8 hours, or until desired firmness. These keep well in the fridge, where they will firm up a little bit more.

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By Territa

Chewy sweet carob cookie with more than a hint of banana flavor.

For the banana flour:

Blend as many ripe bananas as your blender will handle until completely smooth. Pour onto non-stick dehydrator sheets and dry overnight.

The next morning, remove from sheets, flip over, and dry another 8-12 hours or until very stiff. Break into large piece and store in the fridge until ready for use.

When you're ready, break this crispy banana fruit leather into pieces which fit into a dry, high speed blender and blend until you have a powder.

Voila! Banana flour!

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I like the idea of the banana flour, Ive never thought about doing that!

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i have an idea for a chocolateplaintain biscotti

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i have an idea for a chocolateplaintain biscotti

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I like the idea of the banana flour, Ive never thought about doing that!

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