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.
This banana cream pie hold a delicious secrete at the bottom that is oozing with smooth caramel and chocolate.
A banana batter base with creamy peanut butter, topped with chocolate chips for the ultimate gluten free, Elvis-inspired muffin.
Learn a fool-proof cake ratio and get creative with this delicious Irish coffee glazed cake.
This world’s simplest pancakes recipe contains just two ingredients (egg and banana) and is super quick – just minutes from bowl to plate! Simple and tasty.
This moist and gooey, one bowl wonder cake is chocolate to the max, and fudgy, with a hint of banana flavor throughout. Perhaps just what you need today.
Oatmeal, an often under appreciated breakfast food, finally takes center stage on October 29th. Celebrate National Oatmeal Day by cooking up some oats.
Hearty banana pancake batter is mixed with coconut oil and flakes for rich flavor and then doused in sticky-sweet chocolate caramel sauce.
Waffle batter is spruced up with cinnamon, bananas, and yogurt and topped with rich, caramelized bananas.
It’s like a pumpkin spice latte for your breakfast. Only healthier and more filling.
In just three ingredients, create a perfectly packable snack that also doubles as a delicious cookie.
Mixed with ripe bananas and creamy yogurt, this bundt cake is soft and stunning. Drizzle with a vanilla glaze and top with crunchy walnuts.
In our opinion it’s the best recipe out there and a great use of bananas. Studded with nuts and cinnamon, you won’t be able to stop at one slice.
Packable for lunches or as a lovely tea cookie, this gluten free shortbread dough is delicious, but not too sweet.
This creamy banana ice cream studded with chocolate and walnut chunks is incredibly satisfying and sweet, fit for all of the little monkeys in your life.
Think of them as the ‘love child’ of the two baked treats everyone just loves – banana bread and muffins. Oh, and there are chocolate chips in there too.
For your afternoon pick-me-up, a mango matcha smoothie is a great way to go. It will help keep you focused and energized for the rest of the day.
Use your older bananas as a base for this smooth, rich sorbet. With no dairy, you won’t feel like you are missing a thing with this cold treat.
Sitting atop a crumbled cookie crust, the English Banoffee pie is filled with a caramel, bananas, and topped with whipped cream. The new banana pudding.
A go-to banana bread to make over and over again. It’s tender and hearty and not overly sweet or heavy. Don’t forget to drizzle your muffins with honey.
After a workout or a crazy day you need a pick-me-up. This smoothie tastes like peanut butter cup, only way better for you.
Grill season means BBQ, burgers and…dessert? Here are ten desserts, including chocolate nachos, to throw on the barbie.
Clean eating does not have to be without chocolate. Protein packed, these are great for post-workout or just a treat when you’re craving chocolate.
Welcome the to Banana Oat Smoothie, a cross between breakfast oatmeal and a morning shake. Made creamy with almond milk, the dairy-free drink is rich in Vitamin E and will give your skin a glow.
Vegan chocolate banana bars are made with ground gluten-free oats. Added protein and no refined sugars, you will leave you feeling great about this indulgent snack.
A kid-friendly breakfast, these pancakes use ripe bananas and are drizzled with a salted caramel sauce that is truly addictive.
Learn how to make easy dry curry with plantains covered in mustard paste. Serve with a mound of rice.
Creamy almond butter and banana pie is great chilled, and so easy for a holiday dessert.
Void of any added sugar if you so desire, this espresso smoothie is rich and the perfect morning jolt without a sugar crash later.
These simple, eye-catching cakes are a true crowd pleaser with their chocolate banana combination and crunchy meringue base.
If your bananas are browning too quickly, grab some Nutella and create this delicious, crunchy-topped cake.
Chocolate and banana are a classic muffin pairing and there’s nothing too complicated about this recipe – anyone can whip up a batch and have a sweet breakfast all week long.
Get your day off to a healthy and delicious start with this nutritious superfood breakfast.
Banana and Chocolate tart – perfect for an afternoon snack.
Banana bread is moist and delicious and nearly perfect as is; here, poppy seeds add great textural contrast.
This coconut caramel syrup is super simple to make and while it’s delicious drizzled over fluffy banana pancakes, the possibilities are truly endless.
This recipe will also give you fantastic muffins. Follow it the same way, only when the batter is ready, simply spoon it into silicone muffin baking cups rather than a cake pan.
Overripe bananas aren’t just for bread anymore. Add them to basic chocolate chip cookies for added moistness.
If you’re celebrating a banana-lover in your life, this multi-layer pie is well worth the time and effort.
Frozen bananas give this healthy treat an ice cream-like texture, and with no fancy equipment required!
A crunchy, cinnamon-y, banana chip streusel takes these muffins from basic breakfast to decadent treat.
These almond flour pancakes are full of protein and are naturally sweetened, making them a very healthful breakfast.
You’ll be surprised that it still stays very soft and fresh even when it’s chilled. Definitely a keeper recipe.
An incredibly fluffy, warm, light loaf of sweet and toasted flavors. Perfect anytime of day, even as a midnight snack with a glass of milk or cup of tea.
Sharjah Shake: Banana shake is known as Sharjah Shake here in Kerala. It is one of the most common shake that we get in ice cream parlors across the state.
Miniature tarts like these are great party food, but you can make these in the form of one large tart as well.
These make a FABULOUS dessert, served warm with a scoop of melting vanilla ice cream.
Try these awesome chocolate banana fudge muffins from Kim Hamill.
This recipe is open to many variations, and feel free to do it in a larger pan with more bananas.
Enjoy this fantastic chocolate banana oat bars recipe from Kelsey Hilts.
This recipe made enough for one, with a little left at the bottom of the blender.
This bread isn’t that indulgent and has no sugar in it except for the cookie butter and cookie fragments.
This bread is thick and moist and nutty and has lots of sexy quick bread crevices to capture that kick of bourbon glaze.