The almighty banana split. It’s a classic summer treat that originated in Pennsylvania. Here are new ways to enjoy those favorite sweet flavors.
These gluten-free, dairy-free, cardamom-spiked, Banana, Oat, and Chocolate Chip Cookies are a perfect dessert, snack or breakfast treat.
These fudge-y, gluten free banana almond blondies are the perfect texture and the best way to use up spotted bananas.
This nutty banana cake is enrobed in a decadent caramel mousse and drizzled with a caramel espresso sauce before serving. A sweet tooth’s dream!
These cozy oats are loaded with vanilla, chia, nuts, spices and peanut butter, but it’s the caramelized bananas that will make this bowl of oatmeal a new favorite.
Soft, sweet and so flavorful, this banana sweet potato loaf is delicious with a slather or peanut butter or toasted and enjoyed with your afternoon coffee.
This soft banana bread is made extra special and sweet with a festive color thanks to pureed squash.
Soft, banana cupcakes are topped with a creamy Nutella frosting. Simple, sweet and satisfying.
This walnut banana cake made in one easy sheet will melt in your mouth with its buttery flavor.
It’s time to take your banana bread to the next level with this super soft recipe swirled with chocolate.
Topped with caramelized bananas, these challah French toast sticks are perfect for a weekend morning when you have more time to whip up a fancy-feeling breakfast.
A slice of this gluten free banana tahini bread is nutty, sweet and so soft. A perfect bite.
Made with whole wheat flour, maple syrup, bananas, and oats, these pancakes are healthful and easy to make in a big batch, cook and freeze until a busy morning when they are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces.
While these banana muffins are exquisite, it’s the deep, rich butterscotch whiskey sauce that will really win you over. Besides using it to glaze the soft muffins, drizzle it over ice cream, cakes and more.
Try this fun dessert with a bubble waffle maker! Add some bananas and a drizzle of chocolate, and these Nutella bubble waffles are complete.
To make this challenging multi-layered elegant dessert would be quite the accomplishment, and totally worth it in the end.
This recipe for Peanut Butter Banana Pudding produces something a lot like a cross between a banana cream and a peanut butter pie.
Summer is still going on strong in some parts! Try to stay cool in these final warm summer days with this bowl frozen blend of strawberries, bananas, ginger, and peaches.
Peanut butter, yogurt, and sesame seeds make a creamy, sweet, and nutritious drink with protein, fiber, and potassium from bananas.
With delicious fall flavors of banana, walnuts, and pumpkin, this quick bread is gluten free and just as delicious as wheat flour recipes.
This is a vegan muffin that will attract even the dairy-guzzling carnivores in your life. Loaded with bananas, fiber, and chocolate chips, these muffins are perfect for an on-the-go snack.
Make it virgin, or add a special kick for the adults, either way this milkshake is cool, creamy and sure to delight.
Revamp your banana bread and make it even softer and more flavorful than ever by using a rich almond beverage.
A simple banana sheet cake is easy to whip up, but seems so elegant when topped with a silky chocolate ganache.
Next time you whip up banana bread, pipe the batter into your donut pan for a delightful treat glazed in chocolate and sprinkled with salted peanuts.
These healthy banana muffins are ultra easy to make, ultra healthy, and no one will believe they are gluten-free! Under 60 calories per muffin, They are soft, moist, and packed with banana flavor. Also, low-sugar and dairy-free!
This nutty, chocolatey smoothie tastes deceivingly like a milkshake. A perfectly delicious combination.
Combine chocolate and banana in a delicious grain and dairy free pie crust and you get an insanely rich dessert.
Caramelized bananas, an oat-pecan crumble, and a yogurt whipped cream take this butter pecan cake to a whole new level of amazing.
Banana bread will forever be a comfort food staple. In homage, we’ve scoured the internet for the best banana bread recipes that should be baked and enjoyed now.
Start your morning with this incredibly nourishing smoothie loaded with coconut milk, banana, cacao, and hempseed that tastes as good as a milkshake.
You left the bananas sitting for days and they’re way ripe, again. Well, those bananas will thank you once you show them your baking skills with this recipe!
With one delicious batter, create a banana custard cake with three different textures and notes of nutmeg, brown sugar, and rum.
Sweet, soft banana bread is loaded with the flavor you already love and topped with a new, rich dulce de leche glaze that you won’t be able to get enough of.
Chewy triple chocolate peanut butter banana brownies may sound like a mouthful, but they are pure deliciousness. A bite has a dose of chocolate, hint of banana and peanut butter.
Classic banana bread receives a boozy and nutty twist of brown butter and rum for a perfectly moist loaf. The perfect recipe to use up over ripe bananas.
A soft cake made with Greek yogurt and whole wheat flour for great flavor to pair with bananas. Top with a cream cheese frosting and you’re in dessert heaven.
A perfect afternoon snack or with your morning coffee, this whole wheat banana loaf is toasted on the outside with a soft center that is just sweet enough to satisfy your cravings.
Without diary or eggs, a roasted banana ice cream has big flavor from coconut milk, cinnamon and nuts.
A banana batter is grilled into waffles and served with a blueberry and pecan relish for a delicious morning treat.
A banana caramel filling sits inside a buttery tart and is topped with a layer of whipped cream, rich chocolate ganache, and salty pretzels. A sweet and salty dream come true.
Plagued with a bunch of overripe bananas? Make this double chocolate banana bread with melty chocolate chunks.
Thick slices of bread are crusted in a peanut butter and cereal crumble and stuffed with peanut butter and banana slices for a sweet start to the day.
Vegan popsicles using whipped bananas and almond milk are an easy, cool treat to make. Plus, it is so easy to experiment with different toppings.
Thick, buttery biscuit-like donuts are served with a rich rum chocolate sauce for an amazing dessert project.
Comforting banana bread muffins with a crunch of granola hidden inside and scattered on top. A fun treat anytime of the day.
This dairy-free dessert is delicious served as a parfait or can even be used as a creamy pie filling.
The banana-pineapple spice cake with southern charm is topped with smooth cream cheese frosting, candied pecans, and drizzled with buttery salted caramel.
Rich roasted bananas make every bite of this ice cream a perfect combination of sweet, salty, creamy, and crunchy. It is made with coconut milk for a delicious, dairy-free finish.
This little number is undeniably rich and sweet, but man is it worth it. The filling is even touched with a hint of rum, if desired.
A banana based smoothie with cashews that ends up tasting like a salted caramel milkshake.
Moist chocolate cakes are made without eggs, but instead with flavorful bananas that also hide in slices in the center of the cakes.
A dense banana bread perfect for toasting and with a delicious addition of granola mixed into the batter.
A coconut milk milkshake to end all cravings with tons of nutrients to boot.
Layers of moist banana cake with creamy peanut butter butter cream, filled with fried bananas and topped with candied bacon. Plus, a splash of bourbon, too.
Banana bread never gets old, especially when you swirl it with blueberries and glaze it with a matching sauce.
Walnuts and bananas make this cake snack-worthy and so delicious. Top with a coconut whipped cream for rich flavor and no diary.
These coffee-infused oats with a rich dark chocolate and peanut butter filling with raspberries will make you excited to eat breakfast.
A rich smoothie made with almond milk and a blend of satisfying spices that are perfect to comfort or refresh whether spring has arrived for you yet or not.
Cooking in butter and brown sugar is one of the best things to do to bananas, the next is to whirl them into a shake with malt and top with whipped cream.