When asked about some ripe banana recipes I had to go on the hunt! We are constantly buying bananas and just never seem to be able to eat them all before they get too ripe! We have made banana bread for a long time and my mother made it for years but I had never seen it made in a Slow Cooker / Crockpot!
When I found this recipe for ripe bananas in a slow cooker / crockpot, I was amazed. It is so easy and the results will leave you wanting to do this much more often! Crockpots and slow cooker are great, not just for meats and such but for desserts also.
Now we have something to do with those overripe bananas! You can use them in your ripe banana recipe. Be sure to research for more recipes like this one for ripe bananas!
So, no more delays, on to one of those ripe banana recipes you are going love!
1/3 Cup Shortening
1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
½ Cup Granulated Sugar
½ Teaspoon Baking Soda
2 Eggs (Beaten)
1/2 Tsp salt
2 Cups All purpose Flour
4- Peeled and sliced Bananas
Beat Shortening and Sugar in a bowl until fluffy! Add Eggs and beat in well. Set aside.
In a separate bowl, combine the flour, salt, baking powder, and baking soda and mix well to combine all ingredients.
Next, alternately add the flour and banana mix to the shortening mix and stir then add raisins or nuts.
This recipe makes one loaf.
Tip: To ripen bananas quickly, you can pull apart from bunch and place in a plastic bag. After ripening you can put them in the refrigerator and store them for a couple of weeks if necessary.
A delicious ripe banana recipe for the crockpot or slow cooker. A great and tasty dessert! Delicious when served warm with butter or peanut butter on top!
We also have wonderful Banana Pudding Recipe
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