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42 Ways To Use Overripe Bananas

42 Recipe Ideas For Brown Bananas

Have a bunch of bananas spoiling on your counters?  Don’t throw them away!

Ripe squishy bananas are extra sweet and perfect for desserts, milkshakes, and baking.

Here are 42 delicious ideas for you to use up those old bananas.

  1. Banana Oatmeal Cookies (3liz4)
  2. Banana Oatmeal (ranjit)
  3. No-Bake Banana Oatmeal Cookies (prideandvegudice) (no-bake, raw)
  4. Banana Milkshake With Jelly (madreamery) (no-bake, raw)
  5. Waffles With Bananas (ilgiovaneWalter (Sobchak))
  6. Banana Yogurt (Renée S. Suen) (no-bake, raw)
  7. Banana Whoopie Pies (edwardkimuk)
  8. Fried Banana Wontons (sweetbeetandgreenbean )
  9. Banoffee Bars With Peanut Butter Frosting (djwtwo)
  10. Banoffee Pie (Pinot & Dita)
  11. Chocolate Banana Cake (djwtwo)
  12. Banoffee Blondies (Cake Diem)
  13. Chocolate Banana Marble Cake (jazzijava)
  14. Rum Banana Chocolate Lava Cake (ulterior epicure )
  15. Pisang Goreng aka Fried Banana (su-lin)
  16. Bananas Dipped In Chocolate (chotda) (no-bake)
  17. Banana Cupcakes (chotda)
  18. One Ingredient Banana Ice Cream (djwtwo) (no-bake, raw)
  19. Baked Banana Chips (healthylivingmaintenance)
  20. Banana Ginger Cookies (kern.justin)
  21. Banana Crepes (hslo)
  22. Banana Chocolate Milkshake (Alexandra E Rust) (no-bake)
  23. Banana Gelato (3liz4 ) (no-bake)
  24. Banana Snickerdoodles (BigSisLilSis)
  25. Banana Fruit Tart (cristianocani )
  26. Banana Split (Daniel Y. Go) (no-bake)
  27. Mashed Bananas Baby Food ( D. Garding) (no-bake, raw)
  28. Banana Bread ( jazzijava)
  29. Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich (Joelk75 ) (no-bake)
  30. Pancakes With Bananas (Jamie In Bytown)
  31. Bananas Foster French Toast (Arkomas)
  32. Banana Brownies (. Entrer dans le rêve)
  33. Banana Caramel Cheesecake (KnitSpirit)
  34. Banana Cream Pie (YVRBCbro)
  35. Banana Soufflé (Blue moon in her eyes)
  36. Banana Smoothie (diekatrin) (no-bake)
  37. Banana Scones ( jazzijava)
  38. Banana Split Trifle (Janet Hudson)
  39. Banana Strawberry Fruit Skewers (Mr.TinDC) (no-bake, raw)
  40. Banana Pudding (Renée S. Suen) (no-bake)
  41. Banana S’mores (rhiannoncharisse) (no-bake)
  42. Coconut Caramel Banana Panna Cotta (fusionsweets) (no-bake)

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Eggless Eggnog

Fusion Sweets Eggless Eggnog Recipe

Nothing says “it’s the holidays” to me more than eggnog. What’s better than this rich creamy ambrosia?

I just love how the flavors of sweet cream and nutmeg meld together and the mixture coats the back of your throat. And add a dash of rum… gah!

This is the one holiday food I’d look forward to every year so you can imagine how I freaked out when I developed an allergic reaction to eggs two years ago.

After a sad nogless Christmas last year I’ve decided enough is enough. This is my version of an egg free eggnog that approximates the creamy mouth feel and flavor of the real thing.

 

Eggnog recipe nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla, allspice

To get the thickness and gel like mouth feel of eggs I used a mix of cornstarch and gelatin. Lecithin granules provide the richness and creaminess of egg yolks. You can find regular lecithin granules at Whole Foods or online.

Egg free Eggnog with Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Vanilla, Allspice

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Eggless Eggnog
A rich and creamy egg-free holiday Eggnog for those of us with egg allergies. Cream, gelatin, cornstarch, and lecithin imitate the mouth-feel of egg yolks.Possible toppings: grated nutmeg, cinnamon, toasted coconut, caramel sauce, orange zest, sliced almonds.

Ingredients
  • Cornstarch – 1.5 Tbsp (12 g)
  • Powdered gelatin – 1.5 tsp (6 g)
  • Lecithin granules – 1 T (8 g)
  • Salt – 1/4 (7 g) tsp
  • Nutmeg – 1/4 tsp grated
  • Cinnamon – 1/4 tsp grated
  • Allspice – 1/8 tsp ground
  • Vanilla bean, scraped – 1/2 bean
  • Granulated sugar – 6 Tbsp (80 g)
  • Whole milk – 1 cup (240mL)
  • Heavy cream – 1 cup (240 mL)
Instructions
  • In a medium saucepan dissolve and mix the lecithin, cornstarch and gelatin in 1 cup of cold milk. Use an immersion blender to break up the lecithin granules. Once all the clumps have been dissolved, add sugar, cream, spices, vanilla, and salt.

 

  • Over medium heat bring the mixture to a simmer. Stir the entire time or you will get a clumpy mess on the bottom of your pot.

 

  • After about 5 minutes you will see bubbles form on the surface. The mixture will start to thicken. Turn off the heat after 5 more minutes.

 

  • Let the eggnog cool to room temperature and store in the fridge. Best if chilled in the refrigerator for a couple days.

 

Details

Prep time: Cook time: Yield: 2 large mugs