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This Banana Toast Is A Hit Any Morning Of The Week

July 29, 2019

This Banana Toast Is A Hit Any Morning Of The Week

served on Fit Figure Rice + Chia 


Don’t just save the indulgent breakfasts for Sundays. Our 'snack' take on the classic French toast recipe will be done in minutes giving you extra time to either sleep in or brew some coffee and actually enjoy your snackfast sitting down.

Our Banana Toast is everything and more:

Crispy
Loaded with banana nutty flavor
Low in calories
Naturally sweet
Wholesome
Satisfying and
+ Kind of perfect

 

INGREDIENTS

  • 5 ripe bananas  
  • 4 TSPs of peanut butter (if you are allergic to peanuts, almond or cashew butter are great substitutes)
  • fresh strawberries (if you needed an excuse to hit your local farmers' market, this is it)
  • fresh apricots
  • sesame seeds

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Preheat the oven to 350 F (if you are a proud toaster owner you can skip this step)
  2. Mash one banana with fork (we recommend this method instead of throwing your banana into a food processor as you can better control the consistency and we like it chunky) and then add a peanut butter. Mix well.
  3. Put however many Rice + Chia cakes you plan on eating on the oven rack for couple of minutes or toast your rice cakes in the toaster instead.
  4. Spread the banana + PB mixture on warm rice cakes and top with sliced strawberries, apricots and bananas. Sprinkle with sesame seeds. 
  5. Once you’ve peeled your banana, you’d better eat it. If you forget and return a few hours later it will have turned an unappetizing brown.That’s why we recommend to devour these yum yums right away. 

 

 


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