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What are the best ways to eat a banana?

Are there any certain foods that taste good with a banana? I am trying to think of a party dish. If you have any other party food let me know.

13 Responses to What are the best ways to eat a banana?

  • czerny says:

    Well you can make….
    1. Banana Bites
    Cut bananas into thick slices. Using a toothpick, dip each banana slice into melted chocolate. Tap lightly to allow excess chocolate to drip off. Dip the chocolate-covered banana slice into orange sprinkles to cover. Allow to chill before serving.

    Pumpkin Jack-O-Lantern Cookies
    ½ cup butter
    1½ cups packed brown sugar
    2 large eggs
    1 cup cooked or canned pumpkin
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1 teaspoon lemon juice
    2½ cups sifted flour
    3 teaspoons baking powder
    1 teaspoon salt
    1½ teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
    ¼ teaspoon ginger
    Butter cream frosting
    Orange food coloring
    Candy corn pieces
    Cream butter and sugar together until fluffy. Beat in eggs one at a time. Stir in pumpkin, vanilla and lemon juice. Sift flour with baking powder, salt and spices. Blend into butter mixture. Drop by heaping teaspoonfuls onto lightly greased baking sheets, about 2 inches apart. Bake at 375 degrees for 12-14 minutes. To decorate, spread cookies with your favorite butter cream frosting to which you’ve added orange food coloring. Place candy corn pieces on top of frosted cookies to make jack-o-lantern faces.

    (I KNOW this is recipe is especially made for Halloween…but you can always sustitute the designs/colors wherever possible)

    2. Banana Boats
    Ingredients:

    1 banana per child
    Ice cream
    Mini marshmallows
    Chocolate chips
    Whip cream

    Instructions:
    1. Slit each banana open lengthwise
    2. Put ice cream, mini marshmallows and chocolate chips in the slit
    3. Add whip cream to the top
    4. Enjoy!

    3. Choc-o-bananas
    With no stove-top cooking or chopping required, this frozen banana recipe is truly for children. RECIPE INGREDIENTS:
    3 bananas
    Ice-cream sticks
    2 chocolate bars, weighing about 1 1/2 ounces each
    1 tablespoon nut topping, crispy rice cereal, granola, or shredded coconut (optional)
    1. Peel the bananas and remove any stringy fibers. Cut the bananas in half, widthwise, and push an ice-cream stick through the cut end of each half. Cover them in plastic wrap and freeze for about 3 hours.

    2. After the bananas are frozen, place the chocolate bars in a microwave-proof bowl and cook on High for about 2 minutes, or until the chocolate melts. Check after one minute. Stir in the nuts, cereal, or coconut. Using a butter knife, spread the chocolate mixture over the frozen bananas to coat them completely. Kids can roll them in more topping, although this is messy!

    3. Rest the pops on a plate covered with waxed paper and freeze until ready to serve. Makes 6 pops

    4. Peanut Butter Banana Scones

    These delicious peanut butter banana scones are the perfect addition to any tea party. RECIPE INGREDIENTS:
    3 cups flour
    1/2 cup brown sugar
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    3/4 teaspoon salt
    3/4 cup peanut butter
    2 eggs
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract
    3/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons half and half
    1 cup chopped bananas
    1. Heat the oven to 375°. Lightly grease a baking sheet or line it with parchment paper. In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, brown sugar, baking powder, and salt to evenly incorporate the ingredients.

    2. Have your child combine the peanut butter, eggs, vanilla extract, and I cup of the half and half in a medium bowl. Using an electric mixer set on medium speed, mix the ingredients until evenly blended. Gently stir the peanut butter mixture into the flour mixture just until combined. Then gently stir in the bananas.

    3. Turn the dough onto a floured surface. Knead it twice, then gently pat it out so that it is 1 inch thick. Cut out scones using a round biscuit cutter and arrange them on the baking sheet. Spread the remaining half and half on top of the scones with a pastry brush and then bake them for 20 minutes or until the bottoms are slightly golden.

    4. Cool the scones on a wire rack, then serve them plain or with jam. Makes 20 scones.

    5. FOUNDUE.
    dip your bananas in chocolate. u know the deal 😉 serve it with other fruits as well..

  • wigandw says:

    dipped in chocolate

  • Rina says:

    peanut butter
    Maybe honey……..wait, maybe not.

  • Gwen says:

    I love banana bread with real butter on it. I make it homemade and cut it up. My guests love it.

  • Wally Y says:

    If you have any Brazilian friends or friends that know Brazilians check with them. The Brazilian people have about a thousand different ways of preparing bananas, which they call plantains.

  • Rich Z says:

    The best is to slice a ripe banana into chunks and poke a popsicle stick into each chunk for a handle. Then roll them in crushed nuts or even leave them plain. Put them in the freezer overnight. You get a great frozen treat without a lot of calories.

    If you don’t want to go to any effort, just sprinkle cinnamon and sugar mixture on it as you eat your way down it.

  • ?Lynn? says:

    i like to toast some bread then put peanut butter on it then add banana slices on top. its yummy =]

  • WYO COWBOY says:

    peel it, throw the peel under the foot of your worst enemy, then throw the meat away 🙂 ughhhhhhhhhh i hate stinky monkey pickles

  • = ^_^ = says:

    For a party you could make some fruit kabobs. Put sliced bananas and strawberries on skewers and serve with dipping chocolate, crushed nuts and maybe some whipped cream. A chocolate fountain would be really neat with it if you have one.

  • tokyo_diamonds_girl says:

    straight outta the peel (hehe)
    or what I do sometimes is add some silken tofu (and other fruits) for a pretty decent smoothie =)

  • Brigand Viking says:

    well u can make make it into a dessert 4 example:banana split with 3 scoops of vanailla,chocolate ice cream with chopped nuts and chocolate syrup. mmm..

  • rlynneprice says:

    1 box chocolate cake mix
    bananas
    whipped cream or whipped topping
    yellow food coloring (optional)
    maraschino cherries (optional)

    Line a jellyroll pan with wax paper.
    Bake chocolate cake as per box instructions.
    When cool, remove cake from pan.
    Cut cake in two, do not cut through wax paper.
    Whip some cream, or thaw frozen whipped topping, tinting pale yellow if desired.
    Put approximately a one inch layer of whipped cream on one half of cake.
    Slice bananas and place in whipped cream.
    Flip other half of cake on top of first layer.
    Apply whipped cream and bananas.
    Garnish with maraschino cherries if desired.
    Store in refrigerator.
    Best if refrigerated before serving.

    This is a banana torte.
    you can make one big one, or make individual ones.

  • Rachel says:

    chocolate syrup and pnut butter topping:) yum:)

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