Bananas on their own make for a healthy nutritious snack. Like did you know bananas are:
- Low in calories and have no fat, sodium or cholesterol
- A source of potassium, vitamin C & B6
- High in fiber
If all of this doesn’t make you want to grab a banana then maybe our top 5 banana recipes will entice you!
Banana bread is a classic. It’s great for using up old and overripe bananas, and is perfect for school lunches or an afternoon nibble. We love a plain banana bread, but also like to mix it up by adding poppy seeds or chocolate chips. This is a great recipe to introduce kids to baking.
These three ingredient pancakes are a breeze to make, are naturally gluten free and great for using older bananas. Serve with a dusting of cinnamon and a drizzle of maple syrup or honey, or for something a little more decadent, warm chocolate sauce.
These tasty Banana Blueberry Muffins make a great lunchbox treat or afternoon snack.
Try these easy to make Banana Oat Bars with the kids, not only are they wholesome and nutritious they make a great healthy snack or lunchbox filler.
A twist on a classic dessert – Banana & Pineapple Knickerbocker Glory. This is a really easy treat which is perfect for making with the kids for birthday parties. Enjoy!