I recently got this recipe from Back For Second's blog, and I wanted to share it here on Instructables.

These yummy little squares taste a bit like banana bread, but have a sweet, rich flavor from the white chocolate.

Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter

  • 4 oz white chocolate

  • 1/4 teaspoon of salt

  • 1 egg

  • 120 grams of flour

  • 2 medium ripe bananas

  • 1/2 cup white sugar

  • 1 tsp anilla extract

Also, preheat your oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit.

Step 2: Melt It!

Put the butter and chocolate in a medium sized metal bowl and heat over low or medium low heat until melted.

If you are a bit squeamish about putting a metal mixing bowl on your stove, don't worry! You can easily melt this in your microwave using a glass bowl in 30 second bursts.

Step 3: Mash and Mix

In a smaller mixing bowl, mash the bananas using a wooden spoon or potato masher.

Add the sugar to the melted butter and chocolate, stirring thoroughly.

Add the mashed bananas to the butter/sugar/chocolate mixture.

Stir in the egg,

and the salt,

and the vanilla extract.

Finally, add the flour and mix completely.

Step 4: Pan Up and Bake

Move this mixture to an 8 inch square pan that you have pre-lubed with baking spray.

Park it in your 350 degree oven for 15-20 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out (mostly) clean.

Cool for 15 minutes.

Step 5: Cut and Serve

To cut these brownies (bananies?) i inverted the pan over a plate (Running a knife around the perimeter will help this). Then, cut into 16 lovely little cubes.

If you were going to garnish these, a bit of powdered sugar compliments the pale yellow color quite nicely!

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very good
<p>Thank you!! </p>
<p>I made these brownies and they where a huge hit with my family!!! nom nom nom!!!</p>
<p>Since I come from a country that uses different measures for ingredients, I have calculated the approximate differences. You may want to add or extract a bit from the numbers. :)<br><br>50g butter</p><p>100g white chocolate</p><p>1/4 tsp salt (if you use salted butter, forget this ingredient)</p><p>1 egg</p><p>120g flour</p><p>2 ripe bananas</p><p>60g sugger</p><p>1 tsp vanilia extract</p><p>preheat oven to 175 degrees celsius.</p><p>I hope it helps! :)</p>
<p>Made these for our game of Twilight Imperium tomorrow. Rock on! Not enough banana treats out there if you ask me.</p>
Yummy! Thank you so much!
<p>Amazing! Awesome because the taste of the bananas and white chocolate stay very distinct. I cut the sugar by 25%. Thank you for sharing.</p>
Thank you very much!
Hello... Any replacement for egg?
If ur trying to limit the fat &amp; cholesterol from the eggs, you can omit the egg yolk &amp; use 2 egg whites instead. Applesauce is a 1 for 1 substitute for fats such as butter, margarine &amp; lard.
You might get away with using 1/4 cup of apple sauce... If you try it let me know how it turns out!
I think cocoa would fit better than powdered sugar for decoration...<br>I'd also suggest trying some additional melted white chocolate, when the whole has gotten cold...
I like the cocoa idea a lot!!
<p>white chocolate does not exist</p>
true, but everyone knows what it is.
You meant vanilla extract not something else like almond right? 120 grams equals 4 ozs or 1/2 cup right? Just making sure.
These look really good and i will give them a try. It is slightky vexing that you have used 3 different units of measurement, g, oz and cups. Any chance you could make this more consistant and just use one eg g. Thanks.
I see how that could be confusing. I usually only use grams and cups, but the chocolate bar was exactly 4 ounces.
<p>I have not stopped salivating since clicking on the link. I never really think of Instructables for recipes, but am definitely glad that you posted this!</p>
<p>This I've got to try.</p>
<p>ooo I bet a bit of dark chocolate or banana drizzle over the top and some walnuts would be amazing..</p>
That would be delicious, and make it look cool!
Great little recipe, I think I'll give this a go in the coming days as I have just been inundated with bananas! One thing though, you forgot to add the flour in your write up. Otherwise great instructions :)
thanks for catching that! I just fixed it :)
You should use a bain marie (saucepan of hot water with bowl over the top). This helps regulate the heat gently &amp; not burn choc when meeting it.
<p>These sound amazing. Do they have a similar consistency to traditional chocolate brownies?</p>

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