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Was having a conversation with an elderly lady today , she was telling me she loved mashing her banana with sugar in a sandwich, I love mine with peanut butter and with weetabix. Wondered if anyone else ate theirs with anything else?
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For me a plain banana sandwich or mashed (not too mashed) on toast. Love bananas and custard.
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I am with your elderly lady. bananas with a touch of sugar, works a treat for me every time. I also like them dried banana slices but have yet to find them here.
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I used to love a banana and sugar sandwich my mum used to make them when we where kids might have to try them again.
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sliced banana and honey sandwiches are my favourite!
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Yes banana sandwiches and sugar, yummy

But I do have a banana and yogurt every morning for breakfast
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I like banana and peanut butter sandwiches, like them toasted too.
Never ate peanut butter until I was an adult and used to buy it for the kids, so a late convert.
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Growing up we used to have banana sandwiches or mashed banana, sugar & milk. Now I like to slice one on top of my porridge.
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My daughters favourite pudding is an old Delia Smith recipe - takes a couple of minutes to prepare but looks good enough to serve at dinner parties.

Slice a small banana into an individual glass dessert dish. Cover with a thick layer of natural Greek yoghurt. Crumble a generous amount of molasses sugar over the top. Cover tightly with cling film and refrigerate for 4 hours. After this time, the molasses sugar will have turned into a thick caramely syrup and oozed all over the top of the yoghurt. Top with chopped pistachios or Brazil nuts and dig in.
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Bananas are very versatile, they are great in a pack up. I like banana sandwiches, without the sugar. or smashed up in a smoothie.
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I sometimes have a sliced banana on Greek yoghurt with a few chopped almonds for breakfast. Other days I have one as a snack. I find them sweet enough without added sugar. I also realy enjoy the odd banana muffin.
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I recall mashed banana, sugar and top of the milk (when milk was proper milk) !!

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Now this is going to sound weird, but keep an open mind......

As a sandwich - proper brown bread from the bakers', mashed banana and........cottage cheese! )t'
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Now this is going to sound weird, but keep an open mind......

As a sandwich - proper brown bread from the bakers', mashed banana and........cottage cheese! )t'
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So weird that you come back for seconds.
Cheese goes with anything, though I prefer strong Cheddar (but not so strong it bites back and curls your teeth)
I never buy bananas, though I used to eat the odd one if they were there.
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