Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

The combination of honey and banana promotes great help with anemia (thanks for that info, Rita!). It also makes a great spread for a tea sandwich! You could use toasted white bread, but I have found that the combo spread on whole wheat bread or pumpernickel is WONDERFUL! It also gives a bit more nutritious value to what you're eating. I don't normally toast the wheat bread for these little treats, but you could. It's also a great recipe to serve to younger tea party guests.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 23 cup honey
  • 10 slices whole wheat bread or 10 slices pumpernickel bread
  • 3 bananas, ripe and firm, 1/2 inch sliced


  1. Cut the bread into decorative shapes with a knife or cookie cutter. If the bread is very crumbly, heat the honey just slightly to make it easier to spread.
  2. Spread both the top and bottom slices with honey and fill with the bananas.
  3. Trim the crust and cut into fourths.


Most Helpful

Oh yum, what a great combination of flavours! The banana goes great with the honey and bread making this a truly delightful sandwich. I used a local creamy organic honey and organic bananas with local pumpernickel bread for a wholesome treat. Just great and also very pretty to look at! I didnt measure the honey, just spread it on there. :)
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing a keeper with us, Redneck Epicurean!
Made and reviewed for the Honey Tag Game in the Spain/Portugal Forum February 2012.

Lalaloula February 15, 2012

Simple and delicious. My little one loved them.

Diana A. August 12, 2009

Your legacy lives on in this delightfully simple recipe packed with flavor. I like the idea of cutting them into shapes. This is in my keeper box.

Granny Moses July 24, 2007

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