|Banana (What's for Lunch)|
|by Pam Robson|
Presents facts about the banana, including where and how it is grown, harvested, and marketed, and what other products are made from bananas.
1 - 10 of 50 for banana boat
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Preheat oven to ... tin foil, place banana with it's peel ... spoon banana mixture out of peel. Banana boats make a great breakfast with a glass of milk.
Chop 1/4 cup peanuts. Gently wash 4 bananas. Carefully slit ... chopped nuts and top with 1 cherry. Serve banana boats right away or refrigerate for 1 hour.
Peel only one section of each banana leaving peel attached ... chips and marshmallows are melted. Let stand for 5 minutes. Serve banana boats in the peel.
Boil water and sugar 4 minutes. Cool. Blenderize bananas with lemon juice. ... freeze. Thaw to slush and add ginger ale. Makes 5 quarts without the ginger ale.
You're only limited ... down top of banana and remove peel ... non-campers, these may be zapped in the microwave without using foil or top strip of banana peel.
Slice unpeeled bananas lengthwise, spread open to form a "boat". Pop, carefully ... at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes or until chocolate melts. Serves 4.
Select pretty, yellow bananas. Cut a ... length to form "boats". Begin 1 ... "boat". Top as desired. (Optional: May omit "boats" and serve in parfait cups.)
Use 1 banana per person. Leave ... at 400 degrees. But for campers place directly in camp fire for 5 minutes. Open and serve using the peel as the dish.
Carefully peel about ... inside curve of banana peel. Do not ... banana, leaving a "boat" to fill. ... marshmallows are melted, about 15 minutes. Eat with a spoon.
Prepare mix as ... wafers. Pour in half of pudding mixture. Cover with banana slices; top with remaining pudding. Chill. Garnish as desired. 6 servings.
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