Fried Bananas for Baby

 

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Fried bananas are such a delicate naturally sweet treat. They are good for babies, and mommas too. You can fry them up with grass-fed homemade raw butter, or you can use grass fed ghee, coconut oil or even…. organic, grass-fed, nitrate free bacon fat! YUM!

The importance of good clean fat in yours and your baby’s diet is paramount. Butter, and a good quality ghee from grass-fed cows is rich in vitamin A,D,K2 and E and is needed for the development of the body and especially the brain, butters natural source of DHA is vital for brain building. Butter is fairly heat stable, so if you are unable to find a raw butter, an organic or grass-fed butter in your health food store is the next best thing. Don’t forget good fats also promote behavioural characteristics. The arachidonic acid essential for healthy skin, intestines and brain development support the dopamine production in the central nervous system effecting proper brain thought, rationality and goal-oriented processing.  If you are wondering if your child has a deficiency of good fats, the biggest sign is dry, flaky skin. Another note, if your child suffers from dry lips that is a side affect of not enough clean drinking water.

Fry away banana lovers, and don’t forget to add a tiny pinch of some unrefined sea/Himalayan or kelp salt. This is great way to activate and produce all those important cells in your babies brain for logical and creative thinking, and to help digest and support adrenal function. Don’t be afraid of some good quality mineral rich salt. Of course, not the salt at most restaurants and public dinning places in general, this salt is refined and has a load of scary additives, which is most likely the reason for the bad rap.

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 Enjoy, and if baby is on a happy banana streak enjoy them daily! 🙂

(make sure your bananas are ripe, under ripe can cause constipation in babies)

ღTina

 

Fried Bananas
Serves 2
Soft, naturally sweet, crisp healthy treat for baby.
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Prep Time
2 min
Cook Time
8 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
2 min
Cook Time
8 min
Total Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 ripe banana
  2. 2 tsp. raw grass-fed butter, ghee or coconut oil
  3. pinch sea/Himalayan or kelp salt
Instructions
  1. Turn your sauce pan or skillet on medium and put in our butter
  2. Stir your butter to cover the bottom of your sauce pan until a light sizzle happens
  3. lower heat to medium low
  4. Peel and cut your banana in 1'' bite sized pieces
  5. Place banana pieces in the sauce pan and add your pinch of salt
  6. cook each side for approx. 4minutes
Notes
  1. Make sure you bananas are ripe, for unripe bananas can cause constipation in babies.
  2. If you want them with a crunchier crust feel free to leave them on a little longer. Careful not to burn.
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Weston A. Price foundation research,” Nourishing traditions” (baby and child care) by Sally Fallon.  

Dr. Mercola www.articles.mercola.com

 

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