Air Fryer Bananas – Easy Caramelized Bananas

Air Fryer Bananas – Easy Caramelized Bananas

Just four ingredients are needed to make these quick and simple Air Fryer Bananas – Easy Caramelized Bananas that are perfect for both toddlers and adults.

The tastiest caramelised bananas can be made so easily with an air fryer! Four ingredients and an air fryer are all you need. For my kids, this is the simplest delicious treat I can prepare in my air fryer; they enjoy these caramelised bananas on their own, as an ice cream topping, or even as a topping for pancakes.

SET UP TIME: One minute
Cooking Time: Seven minutes
COURSE: Appetiser, Side Dish

American Cuisine
Two individuals

Recipe By: Shinta

Ingredients For Air Fryer Bananas – Easy Caramelized Bananas:

Instructions For Air Fryer Bananas – Easy Caramelized Bananas:

  • Set your air fryer to 390°F, or 200°C, before using.
  • Removing the peel and cutting the bananas lengthwise. Each banana should be cut in half.
  • Brown sugar and cinnamon should be combined in a small mixing basin. Set this away.
  • Brush each slice of banana with ghee (or melted butter) using a pastry brush.
  • After laying a sheet of foil inside the air fryer basket, move the slices over to it.
  • Over the banana slices, scatter the cinnamon-brown sugar.
  • For seven minutes, air fry at 390 degrees Fahrenheit (200 degrees Celsius); do not turn them over during this time. Remove the air fryer basket when the air fry cycle is complete.
  • You might wish to air fried the bananas for an additional two to three minutes to caramelise them if you are using underripe bananas.

NOTES: The degree of ripeness of the bananas you use will affect the outcome slightly. For quicker caramelization, use overripe bananas (yellow with black patches). These bananas are softer and slightly mushy. If you prefer your bananas firmer and slightly crispier, use just-ripe bananas.

Recipes Variations For Air Fryer Bananas – Easy Caramelized Bananas:

Leave Out the Sugar: To prepare a healthier version of air fryer bananas as a dessert substitute, just leave out the brown sugar and air fry the bananas without any additional sugar. The bananas’ natural sugars will caramelise, but their flavour will remain sweet on its own.

How to provide for them:

  • Ice cream pairs wonderfully with air-fried bananas to create a decadent delicacy.
  • Top pancakes or waffles with caramelised air fryer bananas, maple syrup, and almonds.
  • Add some peanut butter and air-fried bananas on your toast for breakfast.

Savoury Air Fryer Bananas: The air fryer may also be used to make savoury bananas. Utilise underripe bananas, cut and peel them, toss them with salt, pepper, and olive oil, then air fried them for seven minutes at 390 degrees. In the middle, flip them. Crispier bananas will come from this version.

Nutrition Facts of recipe:
180 kcal of calories 29g of carbohydrates 1g of protein 8g of fat 5 g of saturated fat 1g of polyunsaturated fat 2g of monounsaturated fat 19 mg of cholesterol 2 milligrammes of sodium Potassium: 427 mg 3g of fibre 16g of sugar 77 IU of vitamin A 10 mg of vitamin C 13 mg of calcium Iron: 1 mg

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