How do you eat your banana?
I'm looking for unique ways you eat your banana's -Do you eat your banana's with your sandwich, chocolate or honey ect. It can be anything?
Try this out .I had this at a Japanese Cafe and loved it.My daughter too enjoyed the delicious Banana crepe.It was a simple crepe filled with banana slices and a little cream.I tried it home with a little chocolate sauce over banana slices and it became a must have for kids.
I like a banana spread with peanut butter. It sounds odd, but is delicious.
when I was a kid my mom used to mash bananas with a little milk, warm it just a bit and spread it on buttered toast. It's actually delicious!!
I used to have banana and jam sandwhiches ! For a cheap dessert slices bananas and serve with icecream or custard . You can also put them on pavlova or with pancakes or crepes .
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