Grilled Banana, Peanut Butter and Honey on Toast (Diabetic)
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- Ready In:
- NOTE - to split banana three ways, peel and gently place thumb on the tip of the banana and push down through the middle of the banana, it will split into three.
- Preheat griller/broiler to medium.
- Cut the banana in half crossways (creating 6 pieces).
- Place the bread slices on a baking tray, place under the griller/broiler and cook for 1 to 2 minutes or until one side is toasted.
- Spread the peanut butter on the untoasted side of each slice.
- Top with the banana (3 pieces per slice) and brush pieces with the honey.
- Place back under the griller/broiler for 2 minutes or until banana is lightly browned.
- Sprinkle with cinnamon and drizzle with extra honey if desired.
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Interesting recipe. I'm not sure if I really like the warm bananas or not but this all works together in flavors. I used this for breakfast today as I love toast with PB and honey but have never added bananas. I just toasted my bread in the toaster oven and then put them back in on the oven setting for the last bit. I think next time I'll do this but just not warm the bananas as the taste is spot on and it is more of a personal issue with warm bananas. Thanks for sharing - made for Went to the Market tag game.
I loved the cool way to split the banana!! I made this for breakfast, and could only eat 1 slice, so I'd up the servings to 2. I also just eyeballed the peanut butter...probably used more than a tablespoon. Delicious! I've had banana sandwiches before, and had peanut butter and honey sandwiches, but never hot and never with cinnamon. Wonderful combination and a nutritious, fast breakfast. Thanks for the wonderful recipe. Made for Holiday tag.
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