Recipe: Baked Bananas

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What do you do with bananas that are just a bit too ripe to eat? Well, the usual go to recipe is to make banana bread but I decided to make something a little different.

Baked bananas are so easy, and naturally gluten free.

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It was years ago that I had them at a friend’s house.

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A recipe was found online, so easy and with ingredients that you probably already have in your cupboard. Thanks for the recipe which I save to my Paprika recipe app.

Peel and slice the bananas. Mine were a bit spotty on the outside, but after trimming off the mushy ends they were just fine.

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They were sliced and put in a baking dish and then coated with the melted butter, honey and a bit of cinnamon.

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Bake for 15 minutes in a 350 degree over and then serve warm. You could add chocolate chips and whipped cream if you wish. The honey made them sweet enough for me and there was no whipped cream to be had in the house. Maybe some chopped nuts next time.

Warm and delicious, perfect for a chilly day.

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2 Responses

  1. Linda

    What a good idea, the last banana usually gets thrown away in fact I have a very ripe banana in the bowl right now, I’m thinking a drizzle of honey and some chopped nuts, I’ve got a little bit of carnation milk left in the tin that will just finish it off nicely. xx

  2. Debbie- Dabble

    This looks really good!! Thanks for sharing and thanks for stopping by!! We are supposedly to have high temps. close to 70 for the next few days into the weekend so i am going to take advantage of that and take down Fall/Halloween and decorate the front of the house for Christmas before the weather changes drastically!!
    Hope you are having a great week!

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