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Mashed Bananas on Toast

You’re going to think I’m totally weird.  Okay, I am totally weird, but keep reading anyway.

This might change your life.

I am about to explain to you how to make mashed bananas on toast, or, as I usually call it, “mashed nanas on toast.”  I learned this from my dad, who learned this from his mom.  I don’t know if it goes back any farther than that, but that’s far enough to say it’s been passed down in the family.

 

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Use bananas that are ripe, and even heading towards overripe.  Add a glop of the fruit spread of your choice.

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Then you mash it all up.  I ended up adding a third banana.  You can add more banana or more fruit spread as suits you.

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Then you spread it on toast.  I grew up on wheat bread, but once I started buying my own groceries, I found I rather preferred sourdough.  You can also spread butter on the toast first, but I didn’t (sorry, Dad).

This made enough for 6 pieces of toast.  On average, one banana yields enough for two pieces of toast.  You may need several napkins.

Go ahead, try it.

It may change your life.

 

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