Friday, 10 April 2015

Food on Friday: Bananas



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I hope you enjoy eating bananas, because for this Food on Friday we are all going to go bananas!

To add your dishes, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.

I'll be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard which will make it easy for you to check them out at a glance.  This board also has the banana delights that were linked in the first time we went bananas in July 2012. 

In my opinion you can never have too many banana cake recipes – go for it!


27 comments:

  1. What a great idea! I offere a double banana vegan and gluten-free banana bread for those that need such options. Let's go bananas! :)

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  2. Since I am on a low sugar diet I thought I would share my Low Sugar Banana Bran Bread

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    1. Sorry, Laura but I had to delete your link because it wouldn't open in Firefox or on my iPad!

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  3. Hope you have a great weekend Carole! I shared a steel cut oats and banana recipe! Headed back up to check up some of the other recipes already posted.

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  4. I'm not a banana fan, but my dad is, so I shared the Coconut & Pecan Chocolate Covered Bananas I made for his birthday :)

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  5. Love banana's ! i bought a Grilled Banana split which looks amazing! I haven't had a chance to make it yet,but will do that this week. Thanks for hosting another fav party!

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  6. I've brought 2 savory recipes for you--Ham & Banana pizza (I first had this while stationed in Germany) and a Tropical Curried Acorn Squash Soup.
    Cheers, Carole!

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  7. Hi, Carole and all!

    The recipe for my ma’s Banana Bread ( # 16 ) is easy and makes 2 loaves. The post also has a link for the post for Ma’s Carrot Loaf, which also works with pumpkin. And the post has a link for Ma’s meatloaf. And so it goes…

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  8. Hi Carole hope you have a great Friday cant wait to see the recipes.

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  9. Love bananas, great idea for a collection

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  10. Thank you for inviting me! I'm actually doing my very first linkup party tomorrow: Food & Fitness Friday. I hope you and anyone will come visit my site and add a link!

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  11. Talk about perfect timing, I just posted 2 banana recipes this week. Thanks for the party Carole, have a wonderful weekend!!

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  12. Love to use banana for baking!

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  13. Great idea doing bananas this week! Really intrigued to see some savory recipes up there. Thanks for hosting, as usual!

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    1. Hi, Willow,
      I posted my Ma's Baked Chicken with Thyme ( # 88) For a savoury dish to use up some bananas. Hope you like it!

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  14. Sorry, thought the topic was mangoes this week. I take it the forward schedule is for a previous year?

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    1. My bad Roberta - I've fixed the forward schedule now. Cheers

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  15. I'd be interested to try bananas in a savory dish. I mostly use them in baking and smoothies, like the Peanut Butter Banana Grape Smoothie I posted.

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  16. Thanks as always Carole! Have a great weekend!

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  17. Hi Carole. Have linked up two recipes using bananas. Enjoy your weekend.

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  18. Hi Carole, I have so many recipes using bananas, in banana bread, that I decided to link up a recipe for Banana Split for Breakfast~ Have a great week~ Lynn

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  19. Another interesting topic. I have listed a few of my banana concoctions :)

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  20. Hi Carol, I'm sharing two links today (hooray!). One for a Peanut Butter Chocolate Smoothie with banana and dates as a base, and the second is for Blueberry Banana Buttermilk Muffins which are one of my personal favorites. Happy Friday and as always, thanks for hosting!!

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  21. Hiya! I've brought you some sweet baking with includes a couple of muffin recipes and one is even sugar free!

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  22. Hi Carole, I am sharing an oldie but a goodie today. They are my son's favorite, Nilla Wafer Cupcakes. This is my first time here. I love the theme . Great party!

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers