Don't throw away your overripe bananas. Put them to use! They help make cheesecake extra creamy and sweet. 
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Singer/songwriter Jack Johnson has a song dedicated to banana pancakes and rightfully so. There's something about banana pancakes that's homely and comforting. Its a pancake that signifies loved ones and long weekends. This recipe will quickly be your go-to when you "pretend its the weekend now (Johnson, Banana Pancakes)."
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Banana "Sushi"
Packed with fiber and heart-healthy potassium, these one-bite treats, courtesy of Family Fun magazine, lend themselves to tasty customization. Can’t eat peanut butter? This recipe also works with sunflower-seed or soy butter.Click here for more of our best banana recipes.
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Eating ice cream right out the tub is great, but sometimes you want to get a little creative with your ice cream creations. The next time you’re in the mood for vanilla ice cream or gelato, turn it into a delicious banana split. Add bananas, chunks of brownie, and chocolate syrup for a heavenly combination.
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Banana Bears
Kids of all ages will enjoy creating these banana bears, and they won’t even notice that they’re eating fruit like blueberries and strawberries. Even the pickiest of eaters will enjoy them! Recipe courtesy of Catherine McCord of Weelicious on behalf of Bolthouse Farms.
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Sweeten your breakfast with these easy-to-make pancakes, and swap out plain syrup for a Maple Banana Mousse for a homemade twist! This flavorful breakfast dish is both gluten-free and dairy-free.
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Sweet, spiced, buttery bananas, grilled in a foil packet, is a delicious way to end a barbecue. Click here for Beyond Pumpkin: 10 Great Pumpkin Recipes
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Strawberry Banana Protein Smoothie
This recipe yields a healthy and delicious smoothie featuring flaxseed, strawberry, mangos, honey, and yogurt.This recipe is courtesy of Eating Well.
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Banana Split
Sometimes you just need a banana split — for dessert, or maybe for dinner, but more likely for breakfast. There's a banana, so it's healthy right? Of course. This recipe includes chopped almonds, chocolate syrup, and a maraschino cherry, but you can really use any toppings you want. See all dessert recipes. Click here to see Bananas, Bananas Everywhere.
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Breakfast can be satisfying and delicious, too, like with this banana crepe recipe. 
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Bananas are rich in carbohydrates and natural sugars which give the body a much-needed energy boost at half time. Agave sugar has a lower glycemic index than traditional sugar which means energy is released slower, avoiding the highs and lows that a sugar based energy snack can cause. Peanut butter and nuts are an excellent source of protein which ensures that the body's muscles are being fed the correct nutrients they need during sport
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Bananas
Try this classic recipe for Senegalese Bananas from chef-restaurateur Raymond Oliver, author of A Man's Cookbook. See all dessert recipes.
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