The bad part about always having bananas on hand is that sometimes I just really don’t want bananas in my oatmeal that day! Luckily, I’ve found ways of masking the banana flavor while still enjoying its creamy and nutritious properties. Here are my favorite recipes that utilize banana without actually letting you taste it. (I tried to narrow it down to five, but I just couldn’t knock it down from six!) The great news is that many of these also happen to be some of my favorites!
were still that popular! People are clearly forgetting how wonderful this one is. It
tastes straight-up like a Girl Scout cookie. If you haven’t tried this yet,
you are missing out!
if it didn’t work! A touch of mint and a splash of lime help conceal the banana, which
helps give this oatmeal its creaminess and sweet flavor.
espresso, you could also try looking at the “Coffee” tag in the “What are you looking for?”
section on the right-hand column. Almost all of those recipes use the hidden banana trick!
to sweeten and make creamy. This is just one! There’s also Lemon Coconut,
Overnight Lemon Drop, and Lemon Poppy Seed (link below below). These four
recipes together make up a collection of recipes that I’m crazy about during these
warmer spring and summer months. They are unbelievably refreshing!
fits nearly every category! It’s one of my favorites, but it’s one of yours, too! It has
been featured in the “Popular Porridges” list since its premiere! The best part about this
decadent oatmeal is that it’s freakishly healthy: no added sugar or “bad” ingredients!
This is “clean eating” at its finest.
banana, this recipe takes a traditionally sugar-infested muffin or quick bread and transforms
it into a surprisingly healthy breakfast! And if you’re a fan
of the oatmeal, you can also try them in pancake form.
Looking for more? I have dozens. I just added the “hidden banana” tag, so whenever you’re looking to get rid of a banana, you can just click the “hidden banana” tag under the “What are you looking for?” section on the right-hand column!