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    Default Banana Recipes, please

    I have about 7-8 mushy bananas on my counter. No one here is really in the mood for banana bread and I don't want to put them in the freezer.

    Any yummy ideas? Thanks!

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    How about a banana smoothie?

    2 bananas
    1 to 1-1/2 cups milk
    splash of vanilla

    Blend. Drink. Yum!

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    The last time I had 'mushy' bananas, I made a banana cake... nothing fancy... I took a store-bought butter cake mix and added the bananas. I frosted it with store-bought white frosting. If you wanted to make it more of banana bar, you could bake in a 10x17 sheet pan... you'll just keep an eye on it because it probably won't have to bake it as long as you would the standard 9x13 cake pan.

    Good Luck... sounds yummy.

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    BANANA PUDDING FROM SCRATCH

    4 tbsp corn starch
    1 cup sugar
    1 cup water
    1 cup evaporated milk
    2 large eggs, beaten
    3 medium-sized ripe bananas

    In a 2 quart or larger sauce pan blend corn starch amd sugar. Add 1 cup of room temperature water and dissolve starch-sugar mixture. Place pan on medium heat and bring to a gentle boil. During heating process stir to prevent sticking to bottom of pan and scorching.

    As mixture starts to thicken, add the milk, mix thoroughly and continue to heat.

    When mixture in pan starts to thicken again, add eggs and mix thoroughly.

    Mash one of the bananas and slice the others. Stir the mashed banana into the mixture. Continue heating until desired stiffens is reached.

    Stir in all but 1/2 cup of sliced bananas and use these to garnish the top.

    Makes 4 servings.
    I might have to try this too. I have three mushy bananas, and the last time I made bread it didn't get eaten.

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    I put them in pancake batter... the family loves banana pancakes.

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    I mush them up and use them in place of eggs in my muffin recipes. Wesley LOVES blueberry banana muffins.

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    I make a lot of blueberry and banana smoothies.

    1 cup of blueberries
    1-2 bananas
    splash of milk (I prefer soy)

    whip it up in the blender and enjoy.

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