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3/5/12 6:45 P

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3/5/12 5:52 P

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I have only made once and it was with bananas that were a little more towards the ripe side. Ripe bananas tend to be a little more sweet too.

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3/5/12 1:54 P

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Sounds Good! Cannot Wait to Try It. Do you find that the banana is better used when ripe, green, harder, softer, etc?

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Sound good. With coconut oil would be really yummy. A nice change from my warm blueberries with cream, flax, and stevia.

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Oh, this sounds quite good. I don't do a lot of fruit but I think this would be a great treat. Thank you.

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I never would think to sauteed fruit.. but that does sound yummy. :)

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I made this last night and it was so yummy!

Sautéed apples, bananas, and raisins

■2 apples - chopped into bite sized pieces (I used Fuji)
■1 heaping tablespoon of raisins
■1/2 a banana - chopped into bite sized pieces (I used nearly the whole banana)
■1/4 tsp ground cinnamon (I love cinnamon – you may want a little less)
■2 tbsp butter (you can substitute coconut oil)
■Honey to taste (the banana & raisins provide a lot of natural sweetness)


You can substitute any fruits in this recipe. I can't wait till summer to make it with Peaches, Blueberries, and dried Cranberries or Pomegranates!



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