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What to do with 12 over-ripe bananas?

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Cucumberscarecrow Mon 22-Jul-13 22:26:19

We bought way too many bananas and they over-ripened really fast in the heat. None of us like over-ripe bananas and I can't be bothered to make banana bread (besides, most recipes only suggest you use two or three bananas). Anyone got any suggestions?

LiveItUp Wed 24-Jul-13 11:24:01

Last night I tried the yoghurt smoothie. Really good, and a huge hit with the DCs. I used the following:

3 x frozen bananas
200ml (approx) natural greek yoghurt
1/2 tsp vanilla essence
squirt of golden syrup (I would have used runny honey but didn't have any)

Whooshed it all up in the mixer and got a soft scoop consistency.
Put into 3 x bowls, topped with a few sprinkles. Happy DC's grin

ResNulis Wed 24-Jul-13 11:27:24

Trot out to buy an air-drier, and make banana chips.

<<wonders why MN, of all places, doesn't have a tongue in cheek icon>>

Ineedanewone Wed 24-Jul-13 21:53:32

A bit late to add, but try baking peeled bananas with a sprinkling of brown sugar, a dash or two of rum, some raisins, a knob of butter and ground ginger or mixed spice? About 10 mins in a hot oven, and may need a squirt of lemon or lime juice at the end, plus vanilla ice cream to serve.

confusedofengland Fri 26-Jul-13 09:32:37

If we have mushy bananas I just pop them in the blender with some nice cold milk to make a healthy milkshake. DC getting one of their 5 a day, but they think they're getting a naughty treat!

thereistheball Sat 27-Jul-13 07:36:43

What icecubed said (ie freeze then liquidise with greek yoghurt for instant ice-cream). Serve with chopped nuts and a drizzle of maple syrup for breakfast. I have never known a child refuse ice-cream for breakfast.

HuevosRancheros Sat 27-Jul-13 07:52:32

Look what Smitten Kitchen has just posted! Banana, Nutella and Pistachio ice lollies smile

AmericasTorturedBrow Mon 29-Jul-13 06:29:52

Breakfast quesadillas! Mashed banana and peanut butter in a wrap and dry fried...DC love this

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