Banana sushi: a fun way to eat bananas (photo © Dole).
 Deliciousness awaits (photo © Eiliv Sonas Aceron | Unsplash).
While you can certainly put a slice of banana and garnishes atop a pad of rice or in a sushi roll, this banana sushi recipe is an all-fruit adaptation—no rice. It’s perfect for dessert or for a snack. And you don’t need to cook anything!
Thanks to Dole for the recipe. If your bananas are too ripe to cut into firm chunks, see yesterday’s recipe for spicy banana dip and other overripe banana uses.
April 20th is National Banana Day.
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RECIPE: BANANA SUSHI
Since you can spread the bananas with almond butter, cashew nut butter, peanut butter, or nonfat Greek yogurt, plus different toppings, why not make an assortment?
1 ripe banana, peeled
1/4 cup almond butter, cashew nut butter, peanut butter, or Greek yogurt
1 to 2 teaspoons crispy rice cereal
Toppings: 1 to 2 teaspoons cacao nibs, chia seeds, chopped nuts, granola, or shredded coconut
Optional garnish: sprinkle of cinnamon
Prep time is 10 minutes.
Ingredients For 1 Serving
1. CUT the banana into 8 equal pieces. Spread the tops with nut butter or yogurt.
2. DIP banana pieces in cereal and toppings. Sprinkle with cinnamon.
3. SERVE with chopsticks!
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