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Hey Y'all! I'm so sorry for my absence but don't worry, I'm back now, and with a new blog plan! From now on this blog won't follow any certain style or topic. I plan on sharing yummy recipes, makeup trends and fashion finds with y'all, and much much more!
Anyways, back to the bananas!
I pinned this recipe on my pinterest and finally tried it out last night. I didn't have any Greek yogurt with it mainly because I didn't have any, but also I didn't think it would be very good. To get a bit of a sugary crunch, I also added a bit of brown sugar on top. I did exactly as the directions called for, but the sugar and honey didn't caramelize like I had planned, and I was quite disappointed, that is, until I tried a bite. It.Was.Fantastic. It's like a warm banana pie without the crust (but the sugar did add a bit of crunch!). I highly recommend it.
Here's what you'll need:
Brown Sugar (optional)
Greek Yogurt (optional)
Fork (for digging in)
Cut up your banana and place it on a pan with tin foil and sprinkle cinnamon, brown sugar, and honey on to your taste. Cook at 180 degrees for about 15-20 minutes or until a caramel like glaze is on top.
Enjoy, and tell me what you think!
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