- 2 bananas (Slightly Overripe)
- 2 tablespoons sugar (you can substitute granulated Splenda, if you like)
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg (optional)
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Nathaniel Keith 4 hours ago
We added too much sugar and it melted a bit so it wasn’t as crisp as usual
Mario Jr 4 days ago
Suggestion: put the plate of bananas in the fridge when finished. Firms them up nicely.
Eliza 4 days ago
Yum! Made with soft brown sugar for extra treacly goodness!
Elise Brouwers 6 days ago
Turned out pretty okay, still mushy though. For non-mushy I would recommend dipping the banana pieces in the sugar mixture and just rolling them in there for a bit before dropping them into the pan, and then not using butter in the pan.
Jeremy Branch 11 days ago
Came out mushy and you don’t taste the cinnamon really
Vicki robinson 11 days ago
easy to make. a little mushy but tasted good
Parker Cook 11 Nov
Mine turned out mushy and had a lot of cinnamony-liquid in it, but other than that, they tasted great.
Bayley’s Recipes 10 Nov
The recipe is super quick and easy! Next time I would use a little less cinnamon, but otherwise it was great
Dane Calkins 7 Nov
Really good!!! I would make it again.
Lisa 4 Nov
These were great! I made them with brown sugar and cinnamon and I used coconut oil to cook them in. I used firm, ripe bananas and NOT overripe, and they turned out flavorful, warm, and softened but not mushy or too sticky. I filled brown rice crepes with these and served them for dessert with a drizzle of homemade vegan coconut caramel sauce. My entire family loved them!
Olivia 31 Oct
Bananas got a bit mushy when trying to flip
Aviles 8 Oct
Was good but came out sticky. I would like to try again making with thicker banana slices. I wound up eating with a scoop of ice cream, it was good.
Kumiko Koerte 2 Oct
delicious, just sticky and hard to conceptually eat. I had some on toast with the most success. I then tried some over cereal and though delightful, quickly grew sickenly sweet.
Bianca Rogers 2 Oct
Too sweet and slimy... I won't make it again, just not a favorite
Molly Norton 25 Sep
so f**king dilicious! even my picky eater was estatic. <3
Pączek 25 Sep
Good but be better with less sugar, 1 Tbs was enough for me
Jessanichele 24 Sep
Hard to flip but super good, everyone loved it, do use over ripe bananas
Katrina Gomez 9 Sep
Amazing! Great midnight snack. Don't cut too thin. We drizzled some condensed milk on them and it was delicious. Took about 10 minutes to make, and I chose to cook over low-medium heat.
Kevin Gayout 3 Sep
Don’t cut the bananas too small or they will melt.
Kaitlyn Freeman 3 Sep
Turned out very good! The bananas do start to burn rather quickly so forewarning. Other than that, they were fantastic!
Carlos Parra Jr. 1 Sep
It’s not fantastic. But good 😌
Emily 30 Aug
Mine burnt almost immediately over medium heat.
Natalie! 29 Aug
Would be better if it was dipped in sugar and cinnamon and then deep fried
Laura L. 27 Aug
Very yummy! ...........
Bianca Gionzago 26 Aug
So good made twice in 2 days they’re soft and just melt in your mouth. Would go great on pancakes, toast or just by itself. It’s a great snack best eaten warm
Brooke Jadon 24 Aug
loved it! definitely gonna make again, thank you :))
Dimple Dhagiya 23 Aug
I made it within 10 minutes.. my parents and me just loved this recipe.
Patricia Davila 22 Aug
Great easy & delicious