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Split Banana with roasted peanut & vanilla ice cream

Split Banana with roasted peanut & vanilla ice cream

Do you often think about quick and easy dessert recipes for your children that are not just sweet? Well every mom thinks about finding ways to get their children to eat fruits. If your kids love having desserts and constantly bug you to make something new, then we present to you the easiest recipe with bananas, peanut and vanilla ice cream.

Split Banana with roasted peanut & vanilla ice cream

●Roast peanuts and sprinkle them with a pinch of salt. Alternately you can caramelize them with sugar. Either ways, let the peanuts cool down before assembly.
●Cut the bananas in half lengthwise and place them in a sundae dish or a large bowl.
●Scoop out vanilla ice cream and place along the bananas.
●Sprinkle peanuts on top and drizzle chocolate sauce.

You can also add fresh cut strawberries or any of your favorite cherries in it. This is the simplest way to feed your kids bananas which are a great source of potassium, manganese and several other vitamins.

 

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