This simple how to guide describes how you can easily bag and freeze your overripe bananas, and what you can later use them for. Using this guide you never have to throw out bad bananas anymore. Ripe bananas are really great fruits and it's properly one of the most popular in the world.
For many families this fruit is a common fruit to have in their fruit baskets. However, one of the downsides of a banana is that it has a relatively short expiration date. If you leave them in the fruit basket for too long, the peel will turn brown and the bananas start to get soft - and eventually they will turn bad. When this happens many people don't think the bananas are delicious anymore and they will throw them out. We think this is kind of sad - first, it's important that we use as much as the food we have available and by that save the worlds resources, and secondly overripe bananas can be used in many recipes and turned into delicious food.
If you follow this guide you will never have to throw out bananas which have gone bad. The guide is very easy - you simply just peel the overripe bananas, bag them and store them in the freezer. A frozen banana can be stored way longer and it can be used in so many different recipes. We can recommend to take a look at our recipes where bananas are an ingredient - in many of the recipes you can use frozen bananas.
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How To: Bag and Save Ripe Bananas
1. Ripe bananas
2. Plastic bags
4. Chopping board
Step 1: Peel the bananas. You can with advantage use a knife if the bananas are a bit soft.
Step 2: Use a knife to cut the bananas in smaller pieces.
Step 3: Bag the banana pieces and put them in the freezer. Remember to write the date on the plastic bag so that you always uses the oldest bananas first.