Wow, I had no idea it would work! I will file that away to remember.
So yeah, whereas it's usually not good to omit ingredients while baking, I guess sometimes the universe can surprise you and it'll work!
EDIT: So I did some further online research. Apparently sugar is chemically more important for baked goods involving yeast. However, it looks like you can omit sugar from non-yeasty baked goods and it'll mostly effect the flavor rather than the texture. Looks like the overripe bananas can indeed compensate.
Edited by: IHAVEADUMBNAME1 at: 11/13/2013 (17:07)
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