A friend posted the link to this recipe (find it here) and I had one of those "I have to make this" moments. Unfortunately, when she posted it I only had one overripe banana. Earlier this week I had four black bananas so got all excited.
I had just turned on the oven when my mum called. As it was my first Monday of the holidays (yay!) I wasn't pressed for time, and turned off the oven. Later in our phone call, mum asked if I was 'procrastibaking' - snaps to mum for knowing that term! I explained it was the 'I have 4 black bananas what am I going to do with them' baking. It seems there has been a lot of that this year.
Naturally, I didn't quite follow the recipe... For unsweetened apple sauce, I used some of the stewed apple I had in the freezer. I realised it was not quite the 2/3 cup required at about the same time I realised my bananas couldn't really be classified as 'large' - so I used 4 medium bananas instead. I also didn't really read the instructions properly before I began (really, who does?!) so I added my oats and pecans to the banana mix instead of the other way around. I figured, it's all getting mushed up together anyway... So I'm not sure if that had any bearing on the result. Which is rather yummy, if I do say so myself. Two pieces never seems like it's enough.