Need a delicious treat to cool down? Here is a tasty treat using bananas that the whole family is sure to enjoy!
Give a banana a deep-sea life of its own by turning it into an octopus.
A quick and delicious banana bread recipe that's perfect for having kids help out with!
This recipe for a Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie is fabulous with yogurt and milk for calcium, a bit of protein-rich peanut butter, and a banana for that extra fruit serving.
This fun fast-food impostor makes a wholesome quick breakfast.
A quick, easy and healthy after school treat
This recipe has all the bases covered. Filled with sweet banana and topped with crunchy granola, these are hearty breakfast muffins. Add chocolate chips, and you've got a satisfying dessert.
Sweet and juicy watermelon is standard fare on the Fourth, but why settle for a slice when you can go for a split?
This gooey grilled treat is a fruity version of the classic s'more.
With a little help from your kids, these tasty banana cupcakes can magically metamorphose into a flock of colorful butterflies.
Skeptical that your kids will drink anything with tofu in it? Have them try it first without knowing what that is that makes it so creamy. With this much fruit, they'll never know the difference.
Sweet graham cracker crust piled with layers of vanilla pudding, sliced bananas, and whipped cream -- the very sight of one of these homemade pies can tickle a kid's taste buds. Plus, making one is practically a rite of passage for young pie chefs. The on
Kids will love waking up to these charming UFO breakfast treats.
A member of the banana family, plantain can be as sweet as its common yellow counterpart. But fried up before they're ripe (a popular Caribbean recipe called tostones), plaintains yield a kid-pleasing, savory snack similar to French fries.
Like s'mores, these bananas derive their gooey goodness from the heat of a grill or campfire.
These delicious peanut butter banana scones are the perfect addition to any tea party.
A quick-to-mix peanut butter dressing makes the perfect complement to this whimsical combination of greens, bananas, and berries.
Turn this ice-cream parlor staple into a make-ahead dessert that can feed (and please) a crowd.
Here's a delicious, easy-to-make snack that you don't have to be a monkey to love.
Your children will go bananas for this tasty treat. It looks just like ice cream but is made from nothing more than the kid-friendliest of fruits.
Chocolate chips give this classic bread an especially nice touch. The addition of yogurt makes this favorite especially moist and delicious!
A frozen banana is the backbone of a good smoothie. I never toss out over-ripe bananas -- I just peel them and store them in a bag in the freezer.
This quick-to-learn recipe is easy and has fun steps for kids, including mashing bananas.
The riper the pineapple and banana, the sweeter your outcome. This smoothie has it all -- fresh, tropical, and an excellent source of vitamin C.
These frozen pops have a thin chocolate coating to make them a little more decadent, but the rest of the sweetness is derived from the natural sugars of the bananas and nuts.
Banana Ice Cream & Banana Tostones
The Best Basic Banana Bread
Banana Peanut Butter Smoothie
Banana Crunch Muffins
Banana Split With a Twist
Butterfly Banana Cupcake
Pink Banana Smoothie
Banana Cream Pie
UFO Breakfast Treats
Caribbean Twice-Fried Plantains
Peanut Butter Banana Scones
Peanut Butter, Banana, and Berry Salad
Banana Split Ice-cream Cake
Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
Unbeatable Banana Bread
Pineapple Crush Smoothie
Nut Butter & Cinnamon-Filled Frozen Banana Pops
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