Use bananas to manage a healthier diet for yourself and your crew. Bananas are so versatile they can be used in recipes raw or cooked and prepared so many different ways for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks or desserts.
Follow our Fruity Food Board on Pinterest for more ways to cook with fruit for a healthier diet. You will find sweet and savory recipe ideas there.
More Breakfast Recipes To Try
These Low Carb Baked Ham & Egg Muffin Cups can be eaten in your hand. No fork needed.
Our Mini Peach Parfait recipe could easily be adapted for bananas but we love it with fresh ripe peaches in the summer. We put it in a jar and take it to work with us.
Have you ever had that breakfast cup at Chik fil a? The one with eggs, chicken and gravy? We love it so we made our own version in this Chicken and Cheese Eggs Skillet recipe.
Another out the door and hand held hearty breakfast is our Baked Egg & Veggie Muffins.
MORE WAYS TO USE BANANAS
These 35 Snack, Dessert & Drink Recipes Using Bananas include unique ways to incorporate bananas into recipes showcasing their versatility.
My favorite Easy Banana Bread recipe is stirred by hand. No need to get out the mixer. Slice it thick and make French Toast with it for a real treat.
A quick finger food out the door breakfast recipe we go-to often at our house is these Apple Banana Oat Nut Muffins. Loaded with fiber from both fresh fruits.
Benefits of Eating Bananas
They are loaded with Potassium which is good for heart health.
You can pack one in your lunch bag easily for a healthy snack because of their thick skin which makes it easy to carry with you.
Bananas are also a good source of fiber which is good for digestive health.
They are extremely versatile and can be eaten raw or cooked, mashed or whole.
Bananas are naturally sweet and make a good addition to fruit smoothies without needing added sweetener.
Fresh bananas are available year round.
You can even freeze bananas to use later. Peel them first. I freeze them in a plastic reseal bag and be sure to mark the date on front first.
Use a Banana hanger to store your bananas on the kitchen counter, available on Amazon here.
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