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Crepes and biscuits made of bananas

Sunday 9 th October 2016

We can do a lot of different recipes with bananas. We have already seen how to do an ice cream made of only bananas. Now you can learn how to do crepes (pancakes) and biscuits using only bananas.









 

Crepes (Pancakes)


Ingredients:

4 ripe bananas
optional: cinnamon, vanilla, banana-ice-cream (recipe) or any fruit purée

Directions

Blend the bananas and pour the batter on parchment paper. Spread out a little bit.
Let it dry in the oven or dehydrator until the crepes are pliable. The lower the temperature, the longer time it will take. For example, at 60ºC you will need about 6 hours for the batter to dry, but in the oven, at 150ºC it takes about 2 hours, but then it will be too toasted in the edges, and not enough dry in the middle. 
While it's still hot, fill your crepe with your favorite filling and, optionally, sprinkle with cinnamon or vanilla.

Comments:
* Don’t use wax paper, because banana will stick to it. 
* Roll or fold the crepe as soon as possible, while still hot and soft. When it cools down, it’s harder and brittle. 

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Biscuits


Ingredients:

4 ripe bananas
optional: cinnamon, vanilla

Directions

Blend  the bananas.
Take a spoonful of batter and pour it on parchment paper letting a round shape. Repeat the process for every biscuit you want.
Bake in the oven about 60 minutes at 150ºC with the program for biscuits (hot air program), until the biscuits are brown.

Comments:
* Don’t use wax paper, because banana will stick to it. 
*  You can do your biscuits more or less thick, so more or less crunchy, depending on the thickness of the original batter. You can increase the thickness by pouring several layers of batter on the same place, and making it thiner by spreading the batter.
* When biscuits have just came out the oven, they are still soft. They will turn crunchy when they will cool down. 


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