Grain-Free Banana Everything Bars are my go-to recipe when I only have one banana left. They are healthy, easy to make, and taste amazing fresh out of the oven. I often find myself with a random assortment of ingredients. The best thing about these bars, you can make them anyway you like.
This post first went live in November of 2014. It’s one of my most popular recipes. I refreshed it and re-posted it. Enjoy!
Have you ever wanted to bake something but only had a little of each ingredient? Yesterday I had one banana left, a little almond flour, a smidgen of almond butter, some left over coconut shreds … you get the point.
The good thing about having a small amount of various ingredients is that you can experiment and make it into something delicious.
These bars are made from a little bit of everything (hence the name) and are nutritious to boot. You start with the base ingredients and add in one to three other ingredients to make your preferred banana everything bars. These bars are a hit with kids, they travel well, and make a great breakfast or a healthy snack.
My girls like split the batter into two, so they can add there own ingredients. When they do this, I fill half the pan with one girls batter, and the other half with the rest of the batter. Sometimes I use two small pans, depending on the ingredients, because my youngest daughter daughter is intolerant to peanuts and my oldest daughters just loves peanut butter.
Interested in another recipe that uses only one banana? How about Gluten-Free Dark Chocolate Banana Brownies? They’re scrumptious.