‘Fried’ Honey Coconut Bananas

These Honey Coconut Bananas are the perfect snack or dessert, to satisfy your sweet tooth without ruining your diet. They are full of sweet and delicious flavor, that you are going to love.

This is the best healthy snack you will ever taste. If you love bananas, you will love these. They are easy and delicious, and they don’t even taste healthy.

They are so easy to make, and I love making these when I have a sweet tooth I need to satisfy, without ruining my diet.

If you are looking for a sweet and delicious snack or treat, that is both healthy and tasty, this is the recipe for you.

They come together in minutes and taste absolutely amazing.

how ripe should my banana’s be, to make this recipe?

Banana’s can be tricky. I personally like mine all yellow, with just a tiny hint of green on the ends. I don’t like them when they get brown spots.

However, did you know, that the more brown the banana, the sweeter they are? They have had more time to accumulate and create their own natural sugar.

For this particular recipe, any type of banana will do, but I prefer them a little more ripe with just a few brown spots.

Any banana will work, but for this particular recipe, if the banana’s are a little more ripe, they taste delicious, when combined with the honey and coconut.

how to cook the bananas:

Step 1: Heat the coconut oil in the skillet, at medium high heat. Watch it closely to be sure it doesn’t burn.

Step 2: Add the sliced bananas to the coconut oil. Flip after 2 minutes, and let the other side cook for 2 minutes. I used a fork to flip them.

Step 3: Remove from heat after both sides are golden brown and drizzle with the water and honey concoction. Drizzle it over the bananas.

Step 4: Sprinkle the cinnamon and coconut shreds over the bananas, and serve immediately.

how long doe these last?

These bananas only last for one day. They don’t stay well for very long, so we recommend eating them immediately after making them.

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Serves: 2

'Fried' Honey Coconut Bananas

5 minPrep Time

2 minCook Time

7 minTotal Time

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  • 1 banana sliced
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • shredded coconut and cinnamon for garnish.


  1. Heat stove to medium heat
  2. Heat the coconut oil, until it is of liquid substance.
  3. Slice bananas into 1/4 inch slices
  4. Place on pan and cook both sides for about 2 minutes
  5. Whisk together honey and water
  6. Remove banana's from the heat and poor the honey and water mixture over the cooked bananas
  7. Sprinkle cinnamon and coconut over the sticky bananas
  8. Enjoy.



311 cal


9 g


57 g


5 g
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3 Responses to “‘Fried’ Honey Coconut Bananas”

  1. These look fantasic. I can't wait to try them. I have a request for Camille- please post the exact amounts of ingredients and directions for the the Surprising Food Combination Creations showed on Studio 5 January 16. For the pizza crust, how much flour, olive oil and Italian Herbs. For the banana ice cream, how many cups of frozen sliced bananas, and amounts of peanut butter, cocoa powder and honey. For the Brownies, do you spray the pan with veg spray ? For the fudge, what size bag of chocolate chips? Thanks.

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