This sounds wonderful...I love bananas.
By the way, I'm curious. I can't have bananas on an empty stomach. If I do,
it will come back up within an hour. I don't have a weak stomach and rarely
ever get sick. Does this happen to anyone else?
If I have it on cereal or eat toast with a banana, I'm fine. Just curious if
someone else knows why. (Oh, I can't just have bananas and milk, either. I
have to have something with bread...yet I can drink smoothies with just
fruit in them, but not just bananas.)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kate L Pugh [mailto:kate.pugh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, February 15, 2001 2:03 PM
> To: fatfree@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: deserts?
> On Thu 15 Feb 2001, Kate Flick <arista54@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > good low fat deserts. the key word is good.
> This is really simple, but very tasty. Good as either breakfast
> or dessert.
> * Tangy Banana Delight *
> An original recipe from <URL:http://www.ox.compsoc.net/~kake/cookery/>.
> * Serves 1 *
> 3 small ripe bananas
> fresh lemon juice
> pinch of ground cinnamon
> 1. Mash one of the bananas very well with lemon juice to taste. Add
> water if needed to make a smooth thick sauce. Mix in ground cinnamon
> to taste.
> 2. Chop the other bananas and mix with the sauce. Can be garnished
> with a little more cinnamon sprinkled on top.