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- March 12, 2007 at 6:17 pm #251216Guest
You can make banana bread in canning jars
You can make banana fritters, you can slice them and saute them lightly in butter and serve as a side with chicken or even scrambled eggs. You can cut them up and put them in pancake or waffle batter and you can make banana puddings or banana cream pies….there is a website allllll about bananas and the various recipes…i think I just put Banana recipes in the search engine…good luck, have fun !
wrote: Take the banana out of the peel, mush it, then freeze it. Then, you
can pop it out, thaw it, and use it in bread recipes. In the peel,
they don’t freeze right.
Maybe try cutting the “bunch” back by 1 banana when you buy it, to
see if you have less left over?
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> Other than banana bread and smoothies (both of which my family
is quickly tiring), what can I do with the excess ripe bananas that
I end up with week in and week out?
> I’ve tried freezing the extra bananas (in the peel, of course),
but really don’t
like the juiciness when I use them later.
> My DH requires numerous fresh bananas in his diet due to a
potassium deficiency problem, but sometimes doesn’t eat enough of
them as fast as they ripen on the counter.
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