You know that old adage about eating one apple a day? Well, the same could be said for bananas. Rich in potassium and vitamins C and B6, bananas contribute more than just sweetness to a meal. Since they are available year round bananas are an excellent fruit to experiment with in the kitchen - trust us, banana bread is only the tip of the iceberg. Next time you want to indulge your sweet tooth try making these delightful no-bake banana recipes:
Oatmeal with Fresh Berries and Bananas
You should never leave home without eating breakfast. Make mornings better by cozying up to a bowl of creamy oatmeal with berries and bananas. It's a quick breakfast that just takes minutes to prepare.
Banana Chili Soup
Bananas are surprisingly scrumptious in savory dishes as you'll see when you prepare this banana-chili soup. It's an intriguing first course made with vegetable stock, coconut and spices.
Coconut Rice Pudding with Bananas
If you are craving a tropical treat, you'll love this creamy coconut rice pudding topped with caramelized bananas. We'll let you figure out if you prefer to eat this delectable banana recipe for breakfast or dessert. It's great for both.
Banana chunks are coated in a coconut-based batter before being deep fried until golden in this magnificent Caribbean recipe. You'll want to serve these warm and drizzled with honey.
Brazilian chef Alex Atala shares his unique recipe for banana ravioli perfumed with lime and priprioca, an aromatic root from the Amazon.
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