Banana Snickerdoodle Cookies

September 13, 2009

Banana Snickerdoodles

Banana Snickerdoodles

What to do with overripe bananas?  That’s the age-old question, isn’t it?  And it seems like I ask it every time I buy a few, since bananas go from green to overripe in about 2 days here in our Texas summer.  I can’t stand to eat them after they get the first freckles, and I’m not a big fan of banana bread.

So, where does that leave me? Looking for new recipes, and I think I found a good one!  Lisa is Cooking recently posted on Noble Pig’s Banana Snickerdoodle recipe that was adapted from Going Berserk.  Get all that?  No worries; all you need to know is that these cookies are fabulous!  Just follow the links to the recipes.

I only changed one little thing.  The recipe called for baking the doodles at 400 degrees for 9 minutes.  I did that for the first batch but they were a touch too toasty for me.  I  lowered the temp down to 375 and the cooking time to 8 minutes for the rest of the batches, and they were perfect.  This recipe made a whopping delicious 4 dozen Banana Snickerdoodles.

Stack o' Snickerdoodles

Stack o' Snickerdoodles

~BigSis

8 Comments so far

  1. Posted by LilSis

    September 13, 20099:34 am

    Those look awesome! I can’t stand bananas either once they start to freckle, but I do like banana bread, just don’t make it too often.

  2. Posted by BigSis

    September 13, 20096:01 pm

    These were really easy too, LilSis. Maybe you could get HayHay to help roll the balls!

  3. Posted by grace

    September 13, 20099:45 am

    great, now i want my own stack o’ snickerdoodles. right now. i’ve seen these popping up everywhere, and i have to say that i’m afraid the banana would overwhelm my beloved cinnamon. i’d give em a taste though. a taste, or perhaps 25. :)
    .-= grace´s last blog post … a misnomer =-.

  4. Posted by BigSis

    September 13, 20095:59 pm

    Hey, Grace. I know what you mean about the cinnamon (btw, do you use Penzeys awesome cinnamon?), but the banana flavor isn’t strong at all. It adds a little something that’s hard to identify. I think you’d like these!

  5. Posted by noble pig

    September 13, 200912:41 pm

    Yeah! Glad you loved them!!
    .-= noble pig´s last blog post … Bevy of Beauties =-.

  6. Posted by BigSis

    September 13, 20095:58 pm

    Yep, not only did I love them, Noble Pig, but my whole office loved them. Thanks for the recipe!

  7. Posted by lisaiscooking

    September 14, 20097:13 am

    Thanks for the mention! This is one incredible cookie. The banana and cinnamon made great friends in these.
    .-= lisaiscooking´s last blog post … Plum and Port Crostata =-.

  8. Posted by BigSis

    September 14, 20094:32 pm

    You’re welcome, Lisa! I agree; it’s a winner Thanks for posting it so I could steal borrow the recipe!

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