Healthy Dessert Banana Recipes For Your Diet Plan


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There is no question about it: bananas are the ultimate healthy dessert. But how do you take that healthy dessert and make it taste better? Here are a few suggestions for banana recipes you can enjoy with friends and family, even if you just serve them on their next Sunday dinner. Here’s how to do it:

If you want to take this dessert to an entire party, or even to work with the kids, you’ll have to play around a little bit. You can’t serve them the same old boring banana recipe that you learned as a child. Instead, have fun with it. Use different types of ingredients that you might not use in traditional recipes to spice it up.

Add Some Fresh Fruit In Your Healthy Dessert Banana Recipes

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For instance, if you want to try adding some fresh fruit to your dessert, you might start by putting a piece of pineapple into the center of the banana. Then sprinkle in some honey, and then place in a variety of fresh fruits like mangoes and watermelon. You’ll probably have more than enough leftovers for another week or two!

You might also want to think about using a slice of whole wheat bread in the middle of the cake. This will give it a really nice and substantial look and feel, but it’s also great for you because you’ll get plenty of fiber and minerals from the whole grain bread.

Choose Whole Grain Bread

If you don’t feel like you can pull off the whole grain bread at home, consider putting in some applesauce instead of bread in your fruit cake, or even in your traditional banana recipe. Applesauce has all sorts of health benefits – including helping you lose weight – that you might not even know about. It also won’t take up much room, which is another benefit.

Buy Fresh Bananas 

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Don’t forget about delicious bananas. If you want to jazz up your fruit cake, consider baking the bananas in a sweet cinnamon sugar and then grilling them. The cinnamon will draw out a lot of flavor, and the sugar will keep it soft while still keeping its natural sweetness. And, of course, you don’t have to use cinnamon candies – you could easily use any kind of candy that goes well with bananas.

If you don’t think you can grill the bananas, consider sprinkling chocolate chips over top of them. You can easily take these chips and dip them into honey, then stick them onto the fruit before serving them as a desert. This way, you’ll have a completely healthy dessert that will taste great and look good too.

These are some healthy desserts you can make to celebrate any occasion. Whether you’re throwing a wedding, throwing a housewarming, or just trying to keep your sanity in check, you can be sure that you and your guests will enjoy these desserts.

The Best Recipe For Any Occasion 

You’re Planning A Birthday Party: It’s easy to get a cake at the store and call it a birthday cake. But, if you’ve planned a really elaborate party, then it might be hard to find something suitable. But, with the help of a friend or family member, you can get an idea on what cakes you can make ahead of time, so you won’t have to spend a fortune on it.

One thing you might want to consider doing is putting together a fruit cake and ice cream on top. {of your fruit cake, so that you can serve it as a healthy treat for your guests. They’ll be very satisfied and likely ask you for a second helping when they get home.

You’re Looking To Celebrate A Holiday: Do you have a favorite holiday coming up? Or are you looking forward to celebrating a particular milestone in your life like a promotion or an anniversary? If so, consider trying out some recipes from a special cookbook about how to prepare your favorite dishes for this special day.

Conclusion 

There are many cookbooks that will provide you with a variety of holiday food ideas and also the recipes for desserts that are appropriate for your particular holiday. So, don’t let the holidays get in the way of your celebration.

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