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3 vegan snacks to make with bananas

3 vegan snacks to make with bananas

Bananas are fruits that are delicious by themselves. However we have for you these ideas that will give a vegan turn to the consumption this fruit
Take the snack means eating a sandwich preferably sweet. And what better way to do it than by eating bananas, which besides being very rich, provide a large amount of nutrients to the body.
That's why we have three excellent ways to eat it in the middle of the morning or in the afternoon. Everything is to kill the anxiety or complement the vegan diet that we are doing.
Banana sandwiches
It is a quick and easy to prepare dish, since you can elaborate numerous variants. What you should do is mix ingredients of the combos that we will give you next, until forming a sauce and submerging the banana in any mixture.
Choose the combination of crushed nuts, ginger and cinnamon, although on the other hand you have nutmeg, ginger and crushed pecans. If we get creative we can choose the hemp and cinnamon seeds combo, or opt for granola.
Banana sliced ​​with chocolate sauce
On this occasion, you just have to mix some cocoa powder with liquid stevia and coconut oil. Mix the ingredients in a bowl similar to the one in the dormilona cup, and cut a banana into slices.
You can also crush a cookie, mixing finally. Eat this dessert during your vegan diet or you can give your little ones this healthy snack.
Baked banana fast
For this recipe you only have to cut a banana lengthwise and then chop it up. Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar and cook in the microwave for 45-60 seconds.
The longer you leave them in the microwave, the softer and stickier they will be, so inspect on the fly how you like to keep your bananas.

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