- 2 bananas (slightly overripe)
- 2 tablespoons sugar (you can substitute granulated Splenda, if you like)
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
- olive oil spray
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Memphis10girl 901 20 Jun
Delicious. I used a dab coconut oil in the pan.
Anne Decker 3 Jun
It was messy to say the least. I though by adding a little flour it would get up better. Nope! Still mushy. Good as a quick snack, but would not do this often.
Dana Storms 27 May
I couldn’t get it to actually fry up, but the gooey bananas that I did make would be great on top of pancakes!
Kristin Cohea 19 Mar
It's yummy but definitely not something for multiple sittings. It got goopy and gross after being in the fridge for just an evening. Also you could probably use another banana or two since there was a lot of spice and sugar left over.
Lola Reed 5 Feb
Very easy but I think I added too much nutmeg and didn't cut the bananas wide enough so a bit goopy. I must try harder!
Devin 3 Dec 2017
Amazing! Really easy and quick and if you have some extra time you can melt chocolate and dip the bananas in them and then stick them in the refrigerator for 20 mins or so.
Caycee Miller 30 Nov 2017
I think next time I’ll try to make it with a very low amount of heat. Otherwise it’s just mush.
serenitose W. 9 Nov 2017
It was way too mushy.
Ms Paula 4 Oct 2017
It's OK, but really it just makes hot ripe bananas with spices. Perhaps battered bananas would be more appealing.
marielley o. 18 Aug 2017
Turned out good. I only made a half recipe and was satisfied. I had a lot of the sugar left over
SarAlin P. 16 Aug 2017
Very easy and quick to make, I added chia seeds and coconut powder to the mixture for a twist!