Frozen Bananas

This is a good way to use up bananas before they go bad. You can easily use them for diverse purposes such as smoothies or banana bread, when you cut them up, freeze separately on a tray, and then put them in a bag.

Prep Time: 15min




  1. Find a tray that fits comfortably in your freezer. Make sure it is metal or very firm plastic because the cold temperature makes things brittle and liable to shatter.
  2. Take your bananas and cut them up in quarters at least, better yet smaller. It depends on how many you want and how big your tray is.
  3. Place them on the tray so that they are not touching each other like in the picture. Leave in there from 1 to 5 hours, so that they are well frozen.
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  5. Take the tray out, remove the bananas, put them in a Ziploc bag, label, and store. By doing all this you will mostly prevent the sad situation of having to unpeel frozen bananas (no fun) or having a giant mass of frozen banana that you can't bloody do much with.

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