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what's a good way to use frozen bananas? Answered

i got some frozen bananas i was gonna use for smoothies but blender broke. anything else they might be good for?

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Banana bread.

why would you wreck perfectly delicious banana bread with nuts?

YES Banana bread with choco chips is heavenly. Make sure you mush up the banana well and mix it in well.

Try Banana/Buttermilk Pancakes; You will need [ Sorry, No Pics. ] ; 1/2 Lbs. Thawed Bananas 1 or 2 Eggs Lg. 4Qt. Mixing Bowl Instant Pancake [ Buttermilk Mix ] About 2 Cups 1/4 Cup Veg. oil Skillet/Fry pan PAM Spray pan oil or 1 Tb. Oil Please note; My kids liked it when I make Lg. Thick Pancakes, For thinner Pancakes Don't use Eggs & Veg Oil. Hand or Power Mixer. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In mixing mash Bananas together until smooth, Leaving some small lumps, Add 2 eggs & oil, Mix or Blend together mixture. Add 1 Cup Pancake Mix & blend together, If mix is two loose add a part of 2nd. cup of mix & blend together. Note; you want the mixture to be Thick but not overly dry. Set aside Mixture. Heat skillet until Hot, Pour in mixture to size you want, WATCH pancake & Flip over when bubbles appear on up side of Pancake { About 2 Min. } Using Spatula, remove Pancake when golden brown. Repeat as necessary. As an added sweet treat, Combine 1/4 cup Maple syrup to Cup of Thawed, Mashed Bananas, Blend together & pour over Buttered Pancakes, Sit back & Enjoy.

frozen banana-boomerangs!

 smothies are good but your blender broke what about dip them in chocolate

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gavnet

9 years ago

Instant banana ice cream

Ingredients:
4 Frozen bananas, peeled, cut into chunks
¼ tsp vanilla essence
3-4 tbsp sugar or sweetener, to taste
150ml/5fl oz buttermilk

Place the frozen banana chunks into a food processor. Add the vanilla, sugar or sweetener and half of the buttermilk.

Turn on the processor and blend for a few moments. Then, while it is still running, pour in the remaining buttermilk in a thin, steady stream.

Blend until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Then enjoy!!

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awang8

9 years ago

Dip in chocolate... Thaw and make banana bread... Sprinkle with sugar and make delicious popsicles... Mash with milk and sugar and freeze to make better popsicles... There's so much!

my mom always makes banana bread and banana milkshakes with frozen bananas

you should dip them in chocolate and put sprinkels in it thats called a monkey tail. our you couldmake a banana smore you cut the peel and shove the chocolate in then roast it over the fire or microwave it. its good both ways

give them to a monkey who wants to cool off

If they are really brown, use them for Banana cream pie.

Wait until the bananas are fully ripe (usually the skins get really yellow with lots of brown speckles) . Peel the bananas . Now get a teaspoon and slice off a small pieces of banana. Put a banana piece into a sugar (waffle type) ice cream cone. Mash banana piece into the cone with the teaspoon. Be gentle so you don't break the cone. Fill the entire cone with mashed banana. Put all of the banana cones that you make into a plastic bag and place the bag into the freezer. It takes about one day to fully freeze. When you want to eat the cones, take them out of the freezer and let them thaw for a few minutes. One banana makes at least two cones , So buy your cones and bananas accordingly. Enjoy! I eat these things as part of my breakfast!

Make sure the peel is off because I put a banana in the freezer with the peel. wouldn't come off. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Dipped Frozen Oreo Banana Bites This is a chocolate/peanut butter combo accompanied by another favorite of mine, Oreo Cookies. These are a mess to make, but the finished product is so much fun. Only 4 ingredients away from a tasty treat, ENJOY!

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dip them in chocolate and sprinkles, or make banana flambe

If you thaw them you can also make them into muffins! mmmm!

If you have a powerful blender, they make awesome smoothies!

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jeff-o

9 years ago

If they have no peel, just eat them. They're tasty!

During the warm months when I make homemade ice-cream, I use frozen bananas. Slice them up into pretty small pieces, because bigger frozen pieces are tougher to eat due to them being to cold. Some people like the bigger chunks, but my teeth are quite sensitive to cold, so I try to stay away from the bigger pieces.

frozen with teh skins? or without?

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noahw

9 years ago

You could dip them in chocolate and make a banana popsicle...not unlike the banana stand in Arrested Development. You could also thaw them and use them to make banana bread. I've found that older, and even slightly browned bananas produce the finest banana bread.