Recipe Directions

  • Peel all the bananas
  • Break into small enough pieces to fit into food processor (I can fit about 2 at a time)
  • Sprinkle half the cinnamon onto bananas
  • Blend unto all chunks are gone and it’s smooth
  • Repeat if necessary
  • You can eat right away or cover and let sit in the fridge until cool

KurdishMom0607's Thoughts

By KurdishMom0607

I made this as a snack and instantly thought “This would make a great baby food” I plan on making this for my daughter when she’s ready to start trying food. It’s easy to make and is a healthy way to start a baby on raw..

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this is simple, but it's still a good breakfast for grown-ups too! :) maybe with flax seed like envirogenny suggested. Will make it for sure when i get some more bananas!!

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some flax meal would be good in there to thicken it up a bit (to make it like pudding).

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some flax meal would be good in there to thicken it up a bit (to make it like pudding).

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Cinnamon is supposed to be great for people with diabetes, as writeeternity said, for regulating blood sugar. Plus, it tastes good ;-)

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:D I'm so glad that it seems like this is a hit.. At first I thought it would be a boring recipe and no one would really be interested.. Just a note, "lily" really seems to like it and kicks to let me know. My mom-in-law mentioned to me about not eating cinnamon during pregnancy but when I checked it out online I found very, very conflicting stories.. one saying it's great and one saying it can do all kinds of things.. So now I'm looking for someone with herbal knowledge to help me out.. I don't eat cinnamon very often and when I do it's only about a teaspoon (if that).. I'll definately post the info if I can find it..

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kmom! im making some for my tum tum for breakfast( you know why! teehee) and you will not believe it but Lily is one of my first choices for names if i had a little one! Emma is my second choice. congrats on the first recipe!!!!

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Hi K-mom,

this looks good, I am sure your baby will love it, she is benefiting now already by your raw intake :) Bananas and cinnamon go really well together :) Dea

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Congratulations on posting! I am always helping my parents on the internet and so I know how frustrating it can be. I think it's amazing that people can connect this way. Cinnamon is great for regulating blood sugar and who doesn't like bananas so this is a great recipe to start with. Bananas are pretty sweet to me but I just buy what I can get which is Chiquita. Is that what you have there or do you actually have the real thing? When you think of it this kind of thing would be so great to feed kids as a substitute for regular pudding that you put about a cup of sugar in. It's amazing that people will feed their kids pure sugar and think it's good for them because there is milk mixed in as in Jello pudding. If you could get everyone around you to feed their kids naturally - you'd basically be saving their lives!

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My daughter liked avocado mashed with breast milk when she was tiny.

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sounds yummy.

I make a bannana"milk shake"/smoothie using ripe banans,cinnamon,raw honey and ice,just whirl!

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