Banana Bread Chocolate Chunk Cookies at Keepin’ It Kind

Today you’ll find me over at Keepin’ It Kind, talking about nostalgia, the holidays, and my recipe for Banana Bread Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Kristy’s blog is one of my favorites with her funny and poignant stories, gorgeous photography, and mouthwatering food. She brings life and heart to every post. From now until mid-December, Kristy is creating a virtual cookie exchange featuring bloggers from across the blogosphere with their own cookie recipes to share.

As for me? Well, let me ask you this… What’s better than sliced bread? Bread that doesn’t need to be sliced, because it’s actually a cookie with chunks of roughly chopped dark chocolate. This time of year when nothing sounds better than a hot cup of English breakfast tea and a nibble to go with it, my Banana Bread Chocolate Chunk Cookies are at your service. Meet me at Keepin’ It Kind, and I’ll tell you all about it!

16 thoughts on “Banana Bread Chocolate Chunk Cookies at Keepin’ It Kind

    • Thank you! I’m so in love with it too. I won it on a Strawesome giveaway, but I had a couple other straws from them already. It’s a pretty little piece of art to enjoy every morning! :)

    • You’re so welcome! I only wish that this was a real-life cookie swap. I’m loving all of the cookies that everyone is bringing to the party!

  1. Cadry, you genius! Banana bread cookies! Just look at those huge chocolate chunks! They put measly chocolate chips to absolute shame! I too wish this was all real! I imagine we’d all be screaming like little girls over meeting each other and about the cookies! :)

    • Yes, we’d be so thrilled to finally meet, it would be like, “Cookies? What cookies?” ;) Speaking of meeting up, are you going or have you thought about going to Vida Vegan Con? It’s a vegan bloggers conference, and they’re having their second one this May in Portland. So many fun people are going, including me and Kristy. You should go!

  2. I use vegan carob chips instead of the chocolate chips as they are much more healthier and no caffeine. Non-addictive in that way.

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    • I agree! Plus, I almost always have a bar or two of dark chocolate in the cupboard. It doesn’t take much work to roughly chop one for cookie-making purposes.

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