Bananas. One second they’re lovely and ripe in the fruit-bowl and the next, they’ve turned a deep shade of brown. Put your leftover bananas to good use and reduce your food waste by making one of our delicious and healthy recipes.
It’s no surprise really here that one of the best ways to use up your overripe bananas is by making banana bread. The bananas can be used to compensate for sugar, due to their natural sweetness. This recipe is is filled with pieces of dark chocolate and pecans making it lovely and crunchy.
Or if you simply fancy a classic, try our walnut and banana loaf.
Our speedy banana pud is not only low in calories but can also be whipped up in just 15 minutes – making it the ultimate fuss-free pudding!
Who doesn’t love cheesecake?! Despite being filled with a creamy banana filling, this recipe has been given a healthy makeover. That means, you can enjoy a slice of our no-bake banana cheesecake even if you’re trying to watch what you eat!
If you’re a fan of the honey and banana combo, why not try making our banana and honey cheesecake?
Overripe bananas are the perfect base for making nutritious smoothies because of their natural sweetness. This banana and almond smoothie is made with a shot espresso, making it the perfect way to kick-start your day.
Bananas, nut butter, vanilla and a little coconut makes these dreamy fudge pieces the ultimate sweet treat ? Plus, they’re high in fibre and 100% vegan.
If Olympic swimmer Tom Daley munches on these nutty banana muffins, then who are we to disagree? Made with wholemeal flour, pecans and yoghurt, they’re crammed with nutritious ingredients making them perfect for breakfast or as a light snack.
If you want to avoid using chocolate, try our strawberry and banana pops instead.
Flapjacks are a popular pre or post workout snack and our banana flapjacks are made with just four-ingredients!
Deliciously Ella’s overnight oats are made with banana, mango and are topped with granola – perfect for busy mornings.
Adding mashed banana to pancake batter ensures an even lighter, fluffier texture when cooked. Plus, they taste even more indulgent with the extra sweetness – give them a go!
Now, browse all of our banana recipes for more healthy ways with this versatile fruit.