So your bananas are looking a little (or a lot) worse for wear. Don’t throw them away just because they are slightly less than perfect. There are so many ways to use bananas that are past their prime. Below are two of my favorite food recipes and one totally out of the box use for your fruit.
One tragic night last August, I was making pasta and had just dished some tortellini out onto my plate. Opening the fridge, my heart dropped when I discovered someone had used the last of the pesto and not bought more. In that moment, I decided I would never be without ever again!
One of this season’s hottest trends is lace. This is not your grandma’s wedding dress lace. This is sleek, sexy and sometimes sweet lace. Normally I run in the other direction from this style. To me it’s itchy, matronly and just not my thing. This month though, I’ve decided to embrace my delicate side and give lace a try. I think this may have been my easiest challenge to date. If the Duchess of Cambridge can don this dress, so can I!
I sort of made this recipe up as I went along. I had 2 leftover bananas in the fridge that I really needed to eat before it was too late.
Helpful tip of the day: you can refrigerate bananas that are starting to turn. The peels will turn brown but the bananas will stay fresh for a few more days.