Banana Basics

Look for plump bananas that are evenly yellow-colored. Green bananas are under-ripe, while a flecking of brown flecks indicates ripeness. If bananas are too green, place in a paper bag until ripe.…

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Banana Pops

To make a refreshing banana pop, cut the banana in half, insert a Popsicle stick and freeze. Dip the pop in maple syrup, honey or melted chocolate, then roll in chopped nuts or cookie crumbs and…

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Banana Smoothie

Add bananas to summer fruit salads, frosty milk shakes or smoothies. Before blending a banana into a frothy drink, try cutting it up and freezing it first.

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Banana Sundae

Make an easy ice cream sundae by layering banana slices with your favorite flavor of ice cream. Dollop with strawberry or any other fruit-flavored topping.

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Freeze Bananas

Peel and mash overripe bananas with 1 teaspoon of lemon juice for each banana used. Freeze in 1- or 2-cup amounts in airtight containers for up to 6 months. When you do have time to bake, about…

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Phili ad recipe - Creamy Pasta Primavera

Kraft Kitchens Tip
How to Make it Meatless
Omit chicken. Prepare as directed, cooking vegetables until crisp-tender.
Prepare as directed, using whatever…

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Phili ad recipe - Fettuccine Alfredo

Kraft Kitchens Tips

Serving Suggestion
Try serving with Italian bread and a mixed green salad tossed with your favorite Kraft® Dressing, such as Balsamic…

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Prevent Bananas from Browning

To keep bananas in a fruit salad from turning brown, squeeze the juice of an orange, lemon or lime into a bowl and then slice the banana right into it. Stir gently to coat all sides, and remove…

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Tortilla Roll-Up

Spread cream cheese and fruit preserves on a flour tortilla, add sliced bananas, sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar and roll it up.

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