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I came across one heck of a deal on bananas the other day…. 40 lbs for $10!! What was even more amazing is that they were perfectly ripe! Now I love bananas, but I can’t consume 40lbs of ripe bananas before some start to spoil so I got busy in the kitchen. I dehydrated banana chips, peeled and froze several dozen to use in Bob’s morning smoothies and then I made banana wraps with the rest. So if you are ever at the market and find to good of a deal to pass up, get creative!
This recipe makes an amazing treat. They are lovely to use as a crepe/wrap. Fill with your favorite fruit. Raspberries, strawberries, kiwi … gosh any fruit that you love! Also, spread peanut butter or nut butter on these and roll them up … oooh now that sounds yummy! They are also wonderful to just roll up and eat or tear into strips as a fruit leather. These make such wonderful desserts. Make ahead of time so you can entertain at the snap of the finger.
Storage: I like to lay a piece of plastic wrap on the counter, place the crepe on that and just roll it up, tucking in the ends so no air gets in. I then put them all in a gallon sized ziplock bag. The last batch I made lasted 2 months.