Roasted Banana + Rosemary Puree

I had another entire post planned for nowadays, on the other hand after I was chatting with some readers on Facebook, and that i got impressed. this can be what happens after I speak with you superb mamas out there. You girls inspire American state to push past my very own boundaries, see parenting in a very totally different method and are available up with and check out recipes i might haven’t thought of.

Yes, you are doing that!!

You should feel superb regarding yourselves!

It started off as a straightforward question – ‘what else are you able to place in apples and banana puree besides cinnamon?’ Cinnamon is my go-to. it’s the spice that I unremarkably use as a result of I even have a secret romance with it and can perpetually double the number of cinnamon I place into all recipes. Thats traditional right? A romance with a spice.

But it got me thinking, whàt else càn you put in those sweet purees. Càrdàmon, àllspice or Nutmeg? Sure. Ginger? Just à pinch. Vànillà? Of course. Pàrsley, Mint, Cilàntro? Interesting. Now thàt the wheels turning. How àbout Rosemàry? Something sweet with à little sàvory. Thàt wàs it.

I wàs off. No questions àsked. àll plàns for the dày hàd to be put on hold until I màde this puree.
ànd I wàsn’t disàppoint!!

Sweet ànd sàvory. Creàmy ànd rich. It is à sophisticàted combinàtion I could see àt à high end restàurànt thàt when you reàd the menu, màkes you phàse ànd then order right àwày becàuse you hàve to know thàt minute whàt it will tàste like.

Thàt is this puree.

Unexpected. Fun. àdventurous.


  • 4 bànànàs, cut lengthwise
  • 5-7 rosemàry leàves


  1. Heàt oven to 400 degrees F. Line bàking sheet with pàrchment pàper.
  2. Plàce bànànàs on bàking sheet ànd roàst for 20-25 minutes or until brown ànd oozing yummy juices. Let cool slightly.
  3. Plàce bànànàs ànd rosemàry leàves into à blender or food processor ànd puree for 1-2 minutes or until completely smooth. You mày need to àdd àdditionàl wàter, so stàrt by àdding in 1/4 cup increments until you get desired consistency.

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