There’s something about bananas that makes it a hit with bakers. Sweet, mushy and fragrant, bananas can help uplift any dessert, and give it a flavourful upgrade. Bananas are not only easy to peel and eat, they are also very easy to work with. They are super easy to mash, and sits well with most ingredients in your kitchen that you intend to use in your dessert. So if you have a bunch of bananas that are on the verge of going bad, instead of tossing it away, use them to make these delicious desserts. And oh yes, you can thank us later!
1. Red Velvet Banana Pudding
Combining two of our favourite elements in most desserts — red velvet and banana, this soft and moist dessert is equal parts yummy and pretty.
2. Banana Mousse
Easy, satin-y soft and oh-so-yummy, this banana mousse is ideal for days when your pantry is not particularly loaded but your sweet cravings just won’t budge!
3. Banana And Chia Tea Cake
Looking for something yummy and guilt-free? Look no further! This soft tea cake comprises the goodness of nutty chia seeds, uplifting the overall texture of the cake. Chia seeds are dubbed as one of the best sources of protein.
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4. Banana And Jam Cake
Because we cannot get enough of banana cakes, here’s another version of cake that you cannot miss. This super easy cake has juxtaposes distinct sweetness of banana with the fruity one of jam. It is a very, very flavourful affair here.
5. Chocolate And Banana Crepes
Thin and sinful chocolate crepes topped with freshly cut bananas, topped with sweet sauces and nuts, this treat is unmissable.
6. Banana Walnut Muffins
Golden brown and fresh off the oven, these muffins spell indulgence. The star ingredients banana and walnuts create magic together. A tablespoon of vanilla essence also helps give the muffins a rich appeal.
So what are you waiting for? It’s time to go bananas. Try all of these recipes and let us which ones you liked the best.
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About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.