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Freezing Mashed Bananas


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April 30, 2013

mashed banana in baggieThose browning bananas on your counter don't need to get thrown away, even if you aren't ready to use them right now. Freezing them is a great way to use them later in banana bread or any recipe that uses mashed banana.

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Supplies:

  • overripe bananas
  • lemon juice
  • freezer bag

Steps:

  1. Peel the bananas and put them in a bowl. Using a fork, mash them up to the desired consistency.
  2. mashing banana with fork
     
  3. Add 1 tsp. of lemon juice per 1 cup of mashed banana. This will help keep them from turning brown.
  4. adding lemon juice
     
  5. Place them into a freezer bag and don't forget to label them with the date. NOTE: Mashed banana is good for 3-4 months, if stored properly in the freezer.
  6. putting in baggie
     
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May 7, 2013

Save money on bananas! Those browning bananas on your counter don't need to get thrown away, even if you aren't ready to use them right now.

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October 27, 2016

I love making banana bread. It is one of my favorites. I thought I would share what I do with my ripened bananas.

Mashed bananas in a sealed container.

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October 31, 2012

My banana mash was out of the freezer long enough for the outside layer of mash to thaw. The center and main chunk stayed frozen. So I put it back in the freezer. Do you think I could still thaw it totally out and use it to bake?

By Sandi H

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November 1, 20120 found this helpful

My mother and my home ec teacher both said that if the majority of the frozen food was still frozen, it was safe to use. I received this advice 50 plus years ago when in junior high school, and have followed it ever since with no ill effects.

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