Creamy, sweet, savory, and salty. A great treat when you are craving something sweet and filling! A great breakfast or snack. I recommend using pretty ripe bananas as they are sweeter and easier to mash. I don't have a food processor but I bet it would make this much smoother!
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Recipe Directions

1. Mash the bananas.

2. Stir everything with a combination and rotation of spoon, fork, and knife. Each one helps in a different way oddly enough.

3. Refrigerate or eat at room temperature.

Ashleypierson's Thoughts

By ashleypierson

Creamy, sweet, savory, and salty.

A great treat when you are craving something sweet and filling!

A great breakfast or snack.

I recommend using pretty ripe bananas as they are sweeter and easier to mash.

I don't have a food processor but I bet it would make this much smoother!

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I smushed up very ripe bananas and crumbled raw walnut pieces in it. That was excellent too!

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i made something similar last night. =) delicious flavors. i add a little ginger too. yum!

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I smushed up very ripe bananas and crumbled raw walnut pieces in it. That was excellent too!

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i made something similar last night. =) delicious flavors. i add a little ginger too. yum!

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