Here’s another banana-based snack the whole family would surely love. I have yet to try this recipe.
3 1/2 cups mashed ripe banana with peelings. You can use Saba or Lacatan for this recipe.
1 1/2 cups second-class brown sugar
8 tablespoon butter or margarine
3 tablespoon all-purpose flour
Ground peanuts (optional)
- Mix and mash banana fruit and peelings.
- Add sugar. Place mixture in a pan.
- Cook until thick enough to cut.
- Stir continuously to prevent scorching.
- Add margarine. Add all-purpose flour.
- Transfer to a board and flatten with a rolling pin.
- Sprinkle with peanuts. Cut into desired size.
Recipe credit: Outrageous Banana ‘Peelings o-o-oh Peelings’
Original Recipes by Mrs. Ofelia A. Panganiban.
This is a repost from my other blog. I refer to this tips when I run out of ideas to perk up the meals I prepare for my big kids.
This tip originally came from a leaflet disseminated by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) of the Department of Science and Technology.
- Think about you child’s ‘baon’ ahead. Healthy school lunches can be easy when you plan ahead. Plan your kids’ baon a week in advance and give them lots of healthy selections to choose from. This will teach them to develop the habit of making choices for themselves
- Packed lunches should have three or four food groups represented to fuel them through a lot of the school day’s activities, for example,
rice + fried chicken + buttered or boiled vegetables + fruits in season
Snack – Fried Banana/Camote
Fruit in Season
Snack – Egg Sandwich
Snack – Boiled Peanuts
Snack -Chicken Sandwich
Fried Chicken/Breaded Pork chop
Fruit in Season
Snack – Fruit in Season