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Ten super-fast and easy banana desserts

The banana is a sweet and yummy snack that helps you satisfy hunger when dinner seems to be so far away. It’s a healthy fruit that boosts your serotonin and elevates your mood. What’s more, it contains potassium that is crucial to proper heart function.
1. Banana-coconut cream dessert
INGREDIENTS 2 cups of sand cookies 2 teaspoons of sugar 1/4 cup of butter 1 pudding packet 1 3/4 cups of milk 2 medium-sized bananas 2 cups of whipped cream 1/2 cup of shredded coconut
PREPARATION 1. Preheat the oven to 190°С.
2. Grind the cookies to make crumbles.
3. Blend the cookie crumbles and butter to make a smooth paste, and place it in a baking mold.
4. Bake the base until it is golden.
5. Whisk together the pudding packet and milk.
6. Cut the bananas into circles and place them on the base.
7. Spread the pudding over the base and sprinkle it with the shredded coconut.
8. Cover the mold and put it in the fridge for 2 hours.
2. Banana pancakes
INGREDIENTS 250 ml of milk 175 g of flour 1 banana 1 teaspoon of baking powder 2…


Growing up in India, my knowledge of other cuisines (other than Indian of course) was very limited. I only knew about indian veggies, breads, rice and lentils. When we grew up a little, things changed and suddenly pizzas, pastas and manchurian were everywhere. I know things have changed a lot now but back then the only food that we ate which was not “Indian” were burgers, pizzas, pasta, noodles and indo-chinese. We had little or no idea about any other food in the world and so when I moved to US I was suddenly exposed to a lot of cuisines, some of which I have grown to love. Mexican and middle eastern food are two of my top favorites. And it is my love for these cuisines that keeps inspiring me to try out these recipes, the latest being pita bread.
Pita breads are an integral part of Afghan, Lebanese, Persian cuisines, just like parathas and naans are for us. These flat-breads are made from all purpose flour and puff up in the oven when baked. Because they puff up, these breads have po…