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Bannana recipes

Postby brooksidepoultry » 27 Sep 2012, 21:08

Does anyone know any good Bannana recipies preferably for baking which aren't bannana bread or cakey things but are very healthy? many thanks ann x
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby Henwife » 28 Sep 2012, 07:13

On the basis that if you don't eat you die, all food is healthy.
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby MrsMopp » 28 Sep 2012, 08:40

Just eat a banana? Full of potassium. I sometimes chop a ripe one up and add to a glass of milk and a dollop of natural yogurt and any suspect soft fruit which needs using up, whizz it about with a stick blender - makes a lovely smoothie, particularly if you can't face breakfast. I suspect you don't want to know that a) banana sandwiches are lovely and b) my favourite pudding as a child was mashed up banana with top of the milk :grin:
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby brooksidepoultry » 28 Sep 2012, 10:33

No sorry basically I'm trying to be healthier & use up a load of old bannanas & Henwife if I eat another bannana on its own I will be sick of them! xx
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby crazypianolady » 28 Sep 2012, 11:14

Chickens love ripe bananas............... :grin:
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby CP » 28 Sep 2012, 12:51

I know you said not cake or bread but this one IS low calorie...

http://www.bakingmad.com/recipes/cake-r ... ana-bread-

Or these perhaps? :-

http://www.bakingmad.com/recipes/puddin ... ed-bananas
http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/banan ... cken_90129
http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/bananacrumble_89057
http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/banan ... ridg_78750

I'm sure you could leave out the cream for the porridge one.

Think I might try the banana stuffed chicken...different!
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby kated » 28 Sep 2012, 16:33

We have smoothies every day to get the five a day down us. One banana, plus any other ripe fruit to hand - kiwi fruit, strawberries, tangerines, plums whatever (not apples unless cooked first). Chop roughly into a jug or liquidiser. Add dollop of honey and another of plain yoghurt. Zap till smooth, drink with gusto!
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby Henwife » 29 Sep 2012, 07:24

Ah well, over-the-top bananas are pretty yuk so the only thing to do is chop them up and eat with plain yoghurt and demerara sugar if you don't want them for the chcken or compost.
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby CP » 29 Sep 2012, 17:19

BBQ bananas are nice. Cook over the BBQ until the skins go black then split them to eat on their own or drizzled with something of your choice. ;)
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Re: Bannana recipes

Postby brooksidepoultry » 30 Sep 2012, 21:42

Ooh I like the bannanas & rum, crumble & chicken ideas & the BBQ one but its a bit late in the season -Although I could probs do a similar 1 in the oven :grin: & Kated we do already have a lot of smoothies :grin: I'd be lost without my blender for that & soups xx
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