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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.

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Lalaloula February 15, 2012

Simple and delicious. My little one loved them.

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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.

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Granny Moses July 24, 2007

We served this as part of my Daughter's 10th birthday party formal tea party. These were a big hit with the kids. I dipped the banana slices into gingerale and then assembled the sandwiches and the gingerale prevented the bananas from getting brown. Thanks for sharing!

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* Pamela * April 24, 2007

Served these at my Easter Tea party. I cut the bread into bunny shapes. Everyone liked them. Thanks Redneck Epicurean for a easy and tasty tea sandwich. Bullwinkle.

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bullwinkle April 16, 2007
Honey Banana Tea Sandwiches