Good Morning Lovelies!
We are half way through September, and Fall is in the air! I have to say, Fall is my favorite time of year. You could either wear a jacket and boots, or shorts and sandals. And you get to go apple picking and pumpkin picking! And there’s pumpkin spice lattes! Ugh Stop! (I’m also bias, because I was born in the Fall.)
That being said, this week’s recipe has a good balance for both the hot and cool weather we may experience: Baked Bananas with Cinnamon, Honey and Greek Yogurt!
This will definitely get your house smelling magnificent! Below are the ingredients that you will need for this recipe.
2 Bananas- sliced
Cinnamon – to taste
Honey – to taste
4 Tbsp. Greek yogurt (2 Tbsp. per serving)
I know, I know, there aren’t exact measurements, but everyone’s taste buds are unique. One person’s palate may not like as much cinnamon, but a lot of honey, whereas another’s might be the reverse.
Keeping that in mind, slice the bananas to your desired thickness. I ended up having a variety of thicknesses for mine. Then sprinkle some cinnamon over all of the slices of banana and then finally finish by drizzling honey over all of the bananas.
Just a Little Tip (JLT): You do not need to grease the aluminum pan before putting your bananas down. They will remove fine with a spatula after baking..
Next, place the bananas in a 350F oven for 10 minutes, or until the banana slices are tender. They should turn a deeper hue than before you baked them, like so.
By this time, your home should have this beautiful bananas foster-esque aroma that will have your introverted teenager coming out of their room to investigate.
Grab a bowl, scoop the Greek yogurt into the bottom and top with the bananas. To finish the dish, drizzle with a little additional honey.
Alternatively, if you would like to live a bit on the wild side, you can substitute the Greek yogurt for actual vanilla bean ice cream. Delish!
As always, I hope you enjoyed this post and thank you for following along with me on Stark Naked Cooking! I look forward to seeing you next Friday for our next recipe!