These recipes prove you can love even the ugliest bananas!
4. Enjoy Them For Breakfast
There are a plethora of breakfast recipes that use bananas, and most of them work especially well with a very ripe one. So, think breakfast when you’re trying to decide what to do with overly ripe bananas.
These bars by Chocolate Covered Katie are great! They’re portable, can be made ahead, and best of all, they call for one very overripe banana. I guess the fact that they’re healthy, too, might be a plus as well…
This recipe is perfect for those times when your kids want cookies for breakfast. Simply smile, nod, and break out the ugly bananas to make these healthy cookies from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen. Everyone wins!
Sugar Free Mom brings us these healthy, baked, individual oatmeal cups with jelly centers. Best of all, each batch uses 3 whole ripe bananas!
This granola calls for only the ripest, smooshiest bananas! Granola is a great way to start your day and even better when it tastes like a banana muffin! The Pretty Bee really has some excellent ideas on what to do with overly ripe bananas!
Banana pancakes are a lazy weekend staple in our house. These particular pancakes have the added benefit of being whole grain, using ripe bananas, and having a pop of blueberry flavor as well.
Don’t be intimidated by crepes: They’re just like very thin pancakes! This Chocolate Banana Crepes recipe from Gimme Some Oven features bananas and chocolate. Who needs any extra prompting to eat chocolate for breakfast?!
Damn Delicious strikes again with this Banana-Stuffed French Toast recipe! It’s a bit of an indulgence, but it’s a really great way to use up those spotty bananas. You may never go back to traditional French Toast again!
Next up, we move from breakfast to dessert.