Bananas: Tasty and Nutritious

Delicious dishes made with bananas.
CAPPER’s Editors
March 26, 2013
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Ready in less than 30 minutes, Banana Sour Cream Muffins are a perfect treat for Sunday brunch, an afternoon snack or an evening dessert.
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Who doesn’t love bananas? It is said that the average American eats 27 pounds of bananas each year, more than apples and oranges combined. An excellent source of dietary fiber, complex carbohydrates, vitamins and potassium, bananas are also low in calories and contain no sodium, fat or cholesterol.

Bananas are tasty on their own, but sometimes we crave them in sweet treats like cakes, breads, cookies, muffins and such. When prepared this way, the nutrition value lessens, so remember to splurge in moderation.

Sweet Treats:

Banana Sour Cream Muffins

Banana Cake

Banana Nut Bread








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