{Bananas 3 Ways}

Bananas3ways, Kiwi and Hope

Can you guys believe it’s almost September?!? Time goes by so fast. Obviously this post is going to be about bananas. As I was preparing for this post I could not decide if I wanted this post to be a dessert or a snack. I decided to go with a healthy snack, because so many of us are working towards making healthier food choices.

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Bananas are one of my favorite fruits because they are relatively cheep and there are so many different way a person can eat a banana. Some of my favorite ways to eat bananas are in banana bread, in ice cream, in smoothies. My favorite on-the-go way to eat a banana is with peanut butter. Sometimes I like to change it up and add toppings. Today, I’m going to share 3 ways to eat an on-the-go banana.

Ingredients

3 Bananas

Peanut Butter (you can sub any type of nut butter or sunflower butter)

2 Tablespoons of dried unsweetened coconut flakes (you are going to use one tablespoon for one banana and the other tablespoon for the other banana

1/2 Tablespoon of Chia Seeds

6-8 Chocolate Chips

Knife

Plate

Instructions

coconut banana, Kiwi and Hope

 peanut butter coconut flake banana- Peel 1 banana and place on a plate. Spread peanut butter on one side of the banana (the amount of peanut butter depends on how peanut buttery you want your banana to be). Take your one tablespoon of coconut flakes and sprinkle it on the banana (I usually press the coconut flakes on the banana for less mess).

chocolate Banana, Kiwi and Hope

peanut butter chocolate chip banana- Peel 1 banana and place on a plate. Spread peanut butter on one side of the banana (the amount of peanut butter depends on how peanut buttery you want your banana to be). Take your chocolate chips and place them on the banana. I like to plan for 1 chocolate chip per bite.

Cocount and Chia Seed Banana, Kiwi and Hope

peanut butter coconut flake chia seed banana- Peel 1 banana and place on a plate. Spread peanut butter on one side of the banana (the amount of peanut butter depends on how peanut buttery you want your banana to be). Take your one tablespoon of coconut flakes and sprinkle it on the banana (I usually press the coconut flakes on the banana for less mess). Then, take the chia seeds and sprinkle them on the banana (I suggest pressing the chia seeds into the banana)

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