|by Louise Spilsbury|
This title is part of a series that introduces young readers to key foods, looking at how they reach our plate, and what they provide nutritionally.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.)
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.
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.
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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