Banana Pudding with an ever so small hint of cherry.
1. Using a juicer (preferably a wheatgrass juicer) juice the bananas and the cherries. Mix with a spoon to even out flavours.
NOTE: Makes a small batch. Double recipe to serve two, triple to serve three, etc.
First recipes call for milking nuts! Now they call for juicing bananas! What is this world coming to? ;O)
RawVoice, I made the recipe like this because yesterday my brother and I were juicing things and decided to see how a banana would juice. It tasted like pudding! I figured I'd post it here. I didn't know it would turn out the same in a blender! So it doesn't matter either way. I suppose a juicer would be finer than a blender. I will test my theory and tell you how it goes. I will have to try juicing frozen bananas too. Thanks :)
It comes out pretty much the same, either way.
Why do you juice the bananas rather than blending them? Frozen bananas are often juiced to make ice cream, but your recipe doesn't call for frozen bananas. How is juicing any different than blending with non-frozen bananas?
This is brilliant.