Easy banana brownie (toddler friendly!)

This super fudgy banana brownie is perfect for little mouths. It’s squishy, easy to eat, and most importantly, it’s delicious!

Sweetened with very ripe banana, they have a yummy chocolate taste with a subtle peanut flavour.

Make sure you cool for a full 30 minutes in the fridge after baking, to allow it to set. I leave mine on the counter for 5 minutes, then pop a folded teatowel down in the fridge and place it on top (for 30 minutes).

Enjoy!

Easy banana brownie (toddler friendly!)

4.8 from 2 votes

With just 5 staple pantry ingredients, this simple, healthy banana brownie is perfect to whip up when you're short on time. Sweetened with very ripe bananas, they're a great healthy treat for your toddler and make for a great lunchbox addition. They have a subtle nutty flavour thanks to the almond meal and peanut butter. Just make sure you cool in the fridge for the full 30 minutes to allow them to set!

Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 30 mins Rest Time 30 mins Total Time 1 hr 5 mins Difficulty: Beginner Cooking Temp: 180  °C Servings: 8

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Mash banana and add ingredients

    Mash your banana in a small baking dish and add remaining ingredients. Stir, then flattern out with a spatula.

  2. Bake and cool

    Bake for 30 minutes at 180C fan-forced, cool for 5 minutes on the bench, then cool for 30 minutes in the fridge (place it on a folded teatowel). This will set the brownie. Then you can cut into it, and enjoy!

Keywords: healthy brownie, toddler brownie, banana brownie
Ash

Ash

A passionate foodie and mum!

4 Comments

  1. Isla

    Miss 3 and 4 loved this brownie, very easy to make with their ‘help’ too. I did find I needed an extra banana as my mix didn’t look as gooey as your Insta video

    Reply
    • cookwithwenty

      I may have used bigger bananas! Thanks so much for your feedback and so glad your little ones loved it. Thanks again for leaving a comment! Hope you enjoy more recipes x

      Reply
  2. Sara

    Can I use wheat flour instead?

    Reply
    • cookwithwenty

      Yes absolutely. Plain/all-purpose or wheat flour is fine. Thanks!

      Reply

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