Butterscotch Banana Drops
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 15 min./batch
These were easy and so tasty. I did use some of the changes made by menkens (reviewed here) also because of what I had on hand. I used Craisins, extra butterscotch chips, white baking chips, and about 1/2 C leftover pumpkin spice flavored chips. I used my small cookie scoop which is larger than 1 tsp, but slightly smaller than 1 Tbsp, and ended up with 125 cookies. It is much easier to use either parchment or silicone baking mats instead of greasing the cookie sheets. And less to wash!
Well -- made a couple of changes because of what I had on hand! Used entire bag of chips (2 cups) don't like left-over chips; substituted 1-1/2 cup craisins for nuts & dates. Self-rising flour and regular oaks... baked 12 minutes -- oh, and an overflowing cup of banana because did not want to throw away that last little bit! Used parchment paper instead of spraying cookie sheets. We really like nice & moist cookies which they were right out of the oven; so now need to see how they store! Got about 8 dozen plus a few.... thanks for the recipe! My cookie sheets are very heavy and dark so they continue cooking after removing from the oven while cooling.
These are very good but a little too sweet for me. Next time I'll leave out the butterscotch chips.
what a great cookie. It has lots of flavor with the bannans, pecans, dates, oatmeal, It is like you have layers of flavor.
I'll make these cookies again. I substituted butterscotch chips for the dates and they were delicious.
Very tasty!!! I used old-fashioned rolled oats instead of quick-cooking oats, and they were still great! This is a moist cookie with a lot of flavor.
I love this recipe but there is no way I'd ever get 11 doz. unless I drop them from a baby spoon. Is there instructions for high altitude?
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Excellent cookie and works well with a sugar substitute, also.