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I made this tonight,very easy. I watched food network Claire made this.I thought I had everything it called,tried it,yummy! Cut the bananas into 1-inch pieces and freeze. Put the frozen bananas in a food processor and puree. So easy. I used 2 banana,1 tablespoon honey,3 tablespoons peanut butter. You got to try it.

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SunLi January 09, 2014

Absolutely delicious! If you're like me then you'll love this combination. It has the perfect balance of peanut butter to bananas. Before I put it in the freezer I almost at it all. On a side note, I would recommend using a food processor because you'll be blending and scraping for quite a while if you use a blender. This could also be played up with some chopped nuts thrown in. I'll be making this often! Thanks for sharing.

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The Veganista September 27, 2009

I'm always looking for good alternatives to the traditional high-calorie, high-fat comfort food. This is perfect! I have no honey or agave nectar, so I just made it with the banana, peanut butter and vanilla. I also omitted the salt, since I had no agave to balance the flavor. I also added a little milk to make it extra creamy. Thank you for this fantastic recipe!

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TinkerToy March 01, 2009

Oh, yum!!!

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rosslare April 22, 2015
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