Crockpot banana chocolate chip brownies are ooey, gooey, dense and intense!! Filled with ripe bananas and chocolate chips, these goodies will instantly satisfy your sweet cravings.
Looking for an easy, "off the charts" delicious way to use up extra bananas before they go bad? Look no further! This recipe is decadent. No other word does it justice.
Sweet, intense and gooey, this easy brownie recipe is worthy of serving to guests, selling at bake sales and, of course, hoarding all for yourself
How To Make Crockpot Banana Brownies
To make this delicious crockpot dessert, you will need:
- non-fat Greek yogurt
- baking soda
- and lots of chocolate chips!
Once your ingredients are gathered, cream together the butter and sugar. Next, mash the bananas and mix them in with your butter/sugar mixture. Stir in yogurt, eggs, vanilla, baking soda, salt and flour and mix well. Lastly add in your chocolate chips. Dump this whole mixture in your slow cooker and go read a book while your crockpot works it's magic!
Serving This Awesome Slow Cooker Dessert
When brownies are finished cooking, remove slow cooker vessel from heating element. Allow to fully cool and set prior to cutting into brownie sized squares (for me a "brownie sized" serving = jumbo!). If you can't wait that long, spoon out warm brownies servings into bowls and top with vanilla ice cream!
Yummy Brownie Hints and Hacks
- Any chocolate chips will do, but milk chocolate chips are especially decadent!
- Chocolate chips will sink to the bottom during cooking...yum!
- This is a great way to use up over ripe bananas. If you still have some brown bananas left after you make this awesome treat, Boozy Banana Topping is another great way to use them up!
- you will know your dish is done with you can insert a toothpick into the center and it comes out clean.
- If your slow cooker cooks unevenly (as some of mine do) lifting your slow cooker pot out of the heating element and rotating it 180 degrees before putting it back in will help to even things out. I try to do this about half way through the cooking time. Just beware that the pot will be HOT! Pot holders are a must!
- Although any vanilla extract will work, there is just something about the flavor of pure vanilla extract and the amazing flavor it adds. Here is a great one
- I always recommend the use of a slow cooker liner. This is, of course, an optional step. I like to purchase my liners in bulk for a less expensive per-piece price. Here are the liners I buy.
- In the market for a new slow cooker? Here is the one I am currently lusting after.
Lazy Banana Chocolate Chip Brownies
- 6 qt oval or casserole slow cooker
- potato masher or whisk
- mixing bowl
- measuring cup and spoons
- 4 small (or three large) very ripe banana mashed
- 1½ cups sugar
- ½ cup butter
- 1 cup plain Greek yogurt fat free works well
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- ⅔ teaspoon salt
- 2 cups flour
- 2 cups chocolate chips
- mash bananas,
- cream together sugar and butter
- add eggs, bananas, yogurt, vanilla, baking soda and salt and mix
- add in flour and mix in well until a batter is formed
- add in chocolate chips and stir to mix
- if using, place slow cooker liner in slow cooker
- spray liner (or slow cooker vessel) with non-stick spray
- pour batter into slow cooker
- place lid on slow cooker and cook on high 3-4 hours or until a toothpick can be inserted into the middle and come out clean
- allow to cool fully before serving if you plan to cut it into pieces. Also delicious spooned out warm and served with ice cream!
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These we so good and easy to make. Highly recommend!
These were so good and easy to make. Highly recommend!
Could you use parchment paper to line the crockpot instead of a liner ? It would make it easier to remove once cooked and then you could cut it out of the crockpot
I made these tonight and so far they have been on high for 4 1/2 hours and not done. Still very gooey in the middle. Anyone else have this problem?
The Lazy Slow Cooker says
I have not had that issue. However, very ripe bananas can be extra gooey and take longer to cook. How long did it ultimately take you to finish them?