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1 c Mashed bananas
1 c Prune puree (or prune
1 1/2 c Brown sugar
1 1/2 c Sugar
1/2 c Skim milk soured (1 T.lemon
Juice, add milk to 1/2c.)
2 tb Egg replacer + 1/2c. water
2 ts Vanilla
1 ts Salt (I omit)
2 ts Baking soda
4 c Flour
5 c Quick oats
2 c Raisins
1 c Chocolate or carob chipa
1 c Chopped nuts (optional)
Cream bananas, prune mixture, and sugars. Add egg replacer/water and
beat thoroughly. Add in vanilla, salt, baking soda, flour, and oats,
beating at medium speed after eaach addition. Stir in other
ingredients. Spray baking sheets lightly. Drop heaped soup spoonfuls
onto sheets. Bake at 400 degrees F. for 15-25 min. (depends on
altitude) until slightly brown and slightly crisp on the outside.
NOTE: I’ve been making these at 7200 feet altitude. I cut the baking
soda to 1 1/2 tsp. You may want to cut the liquids some at lower
Adding the soured milk. I usually beat it in with the egg
I cut the sugar, replaced half the bananas with prune puree, and added
soured milk to make a softer cooky. This makes a very large amount.
Use your largest bowl for mixing them. I usually bake some and
refrigerate the remainder of the dough until the next week.