I saw this recipe on Facebook. At first I wasn’t sure how these would taste. But I heard in my head: “Everything tastes better fried!” However, I used Extra Virgin Olive Oil so I didn’t feel quite so bad about it! And it’s fruit!! How bad can fried fruit be!!
These were fun to make, easy to make and a before dinner dessert. Why? BECAUSE it’s fruit!!!
The recipe called for one banana, but I knew better than to use just one!! So I cut up two.
And I have a story to tell about this picture and how Brooklyn is peeling the banana.
Some may know this, but it took for me to be on a field trip with one of the kids a couple of years ago to realize that we have been peeling our bananas wrong! How many struggle with pulling that big end there and smashing your banana while trying so carefully not to do that?! Well, we used to. One of the dad’s at the field trip saw a little boy struggling with trying to open his banana. The dad grabs it and turns it around and shows the boy that the long part is actually the handle. He lightly squeezed together the bottom of the banana and started to pull the banana peel down as you see Brooklyn doing. If you haven’t tried this, you will. And you’ll see how much easier it is to open. There is no smashed banana at the end! AND the stem is actually used then as a handle. Did you know that the monkey’s peel their bananas this way!!! I sure didn’t.
Ok so now back to frying..
AND another cool thing I didn’t know is that when you take the banana and break it in half you can lightly squeeze it together and it will separate into three pieces. That way when you’re feeding a toddler, you have banana sticks. How cool is that! Just thought I’d share that wealth of coolness with you!
So there’s you’ll see the bananas cooking away in the oil. For some odd reason I wanted to put these on a stick and pretend I was at the MN State Fair. I didn’t go this year. And the saying is: Everything is better on a stick (fried and on a stick).
Here I asked Khali if she liked the bananas. SHe sure did. In fact after her plate was empty, she crawled on the table to get Brooklyns. And Brooklyn said so so Khali started to feed her!!
So easy to make, fun to eat, fun to watch the kids eat and play!
These were a burst of flavor. Really good! Give them a try.
And now I need to remind you all of the Cub Sweepstakes again. You still have time to enter if you haven’t. We can all use a chance to win $4500 for Cub right?!
I’ll give you the rules and what you can win and what to do again. (Yep, click that rule link and it will guide you through the process).
Here are the prizes again:
A chance to win a $4,500 Cub Gift Card!
PRIZES: One grand prize of $4,500 in the form of 100-45 Cub® gift cards will be awarded to the winner. Four $45 Cub® gift cards will be awarded at random to fans who share photos or videos.
Log on to Facebook and like the Cub page and you’ll get directions there as well.
Here’s how it all works.
How it works:
- Visit the Cub® page on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Cub).
- Click on the button to “Like” Cub’s Facebook Page.
- Click on the “Love Your Cub” contest app on the Facebook platform by clicking on the link to the Contest page.
- Enter the Contest by completing the entry form and uploading a video (“Video”) or photo (“Photo”) and description (“Description”).
- Check the box indicating your agreement to these Official Rules, and then click on the button to submit your entry.
- Get your friends to vote every day through September 29th
- Top 10 entries will be eligible for the grand prize and be chosen by a panel of judges including shopping experts, creative directors and employees of Cub.
Limit one (1) entry per person / Facebook account.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. ENTRANTS MUST BE LEGAL RESIDENTS OF MINNESOTA OR ILLINOIS AND 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER AT THE TIME OF ENTRY.
Good luck to those that are in MN and IL. Rock this Cub contest and WIN!!!
Here are the directions for the bananas
Fried Honey Bananas – Cub Sweepstakes
Recipe Type: Dessert
- 2 bananas, sliced
- 2 tablespoon honey
- Olive oil
- Lightly drizzle olive oil in a skillet over medium heat.
- Arrange banana slices in pan and cook for 1-2 minutes on each side.
- Meanwhile, whisk together honey and 2 tablespoons of water.
- Remove pan from heat and pour honey mixture over banana.
- Allow to cool and sprinkle with cinnamon.
Have a great week!!!!!
Patricia – Two Girls Cooking 😉
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