Quick and easy recipe for overripe bananas, perfect for a special breakfast or an afternoon snack!
What people says about this recipe?
B’s Mom; I made them a little bigger after reading how mushy they were and these were still mushy. They taste great but my 1 year old just threw them on the floor after taking a bite. So I’d say, not a hit at this house.
Sara Bisignani; There are delicious! I didn’t have nutmeg so, I just mixed cinnamon & sugar together. I also used butter instead of olive oil spray. They still turned out great! Really soft and sweet!
Petra Klingbeil; So easy and delish! Fried bananas on their own in a very hot pan and sprinkle sugar mixture over whilst frying. I used skinny sugar to keep the calorie count down.
Candice Stearman; Made these for my toddler because he loves bananas and I thought this would be a fun twist. I tried it and was not impressed, it basically just tasted like a warm banana. You couldn’t even taste the cinnamon/sugar combo.
Rochelle Wright; Pretty good! Cooked them in butter and they almost burned on one side. Had them on med 5. Try oil like it says next time. Should be good with pancakes.
Sarah Jane; this is a really good snack and very quick to make! it took me over all about 4 minutes to prepare and make these bananas and they’re super delicious too.