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MMMMM This was so good. Just wanna mention that there was hot liquid in the packs when I took them out of the oven...so cook them on a baking sheet with sides. Then open up one side and drain. These were VERY good though!
It doesn't get anymore simpler than this. Make sure you add whip cream. It makes it taste better. This is a good healthy lo-cal dessert
I have been looking for a healthy alternative to desserts for my kids, and this one seemed like a good idea. It was a winner too! I skipped the cinnamon and sugar. Instead, I drizzled thawed frozen strawberries and juice over them and then added a dollop of whipped cream to each. Yum! Thanks for a quick and fairly healthy recipe we could all enjoy!
I was really excited to try this after all the enthusiastic reviews. I am giving this 4 stars because the taste of this was good, but unfortunately I just couldn't get past the texture. Maybe my bananas were too old or something. They turned really mushy. I doubt that I will try it again to find out.
Fabulous! I actually didn't expect this to taste much different than regular bananas, but the flavor was somehow amplified and made even more phenomenal by the baking! I didn't even have any whipped topping, so I simply ate it plain, and I enjoyed it immensely. Best of all, it's super-healthy and a great way to get even more fruits into my diet--all under the guise of a dessert! Thanks for such a simple yet delicious idea. :)
This was absolutely wonderful! I added a little to it though. I drizzled chocolate over the top of the banana before adding the sugar then sliced up 1 strawberry (per banana) into 4 slices placing 2 on each side then dalloped it with strawberry whip cream. TERRIFIC!