No Cook Banana Delights

No Cook Banana Delights

Feb 23, 2024Celeidh Cook

Presenting to you three simply irresistible no cook banana recipes served up in our bamboo weaning sets for your little ones (and your big ones!). 

We love no cook recipes even more than we love one-pot recipes! Instant, or almost instant, breakfast and snack ideas to get your little ones excited and satisfied brought to you from eco rascals HQ - the home of bamboo tableware in the UK.

Bananas are a healthy source of fibre, potassium, vitamin B6, and vitamin C. They work as a great binding agent and can be used as an egg replacer in most recipes.  Visually, the kids will think this is a fun treat but as parents you'll know you're supplying them with a whole host of important nutrients. 

All these recipes are naturally gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free and come with vegan alternatives. 

These recipes are suitable for children over the age of 12 months as they contain honey but you can always make them for younger ones by replacing it with maple syrup.

All three recipes can be viewed on our YouTube channel here.

Banana Boats 

4 half bananas with a layer of peanut butter and one of the following toppings: Chocolate chunks or berries. Served on a bamboo baby plate

Ingredients - serves two for breakfast or four for a treat

🥄  Two bananas, sliced in half lengthways 

🥄  Peanut butter on the flat side of the banana 

🥄  Add toppings - dark chocolate chunks, berries, nuts!

Product: Serve on a bamboo toddler suction plate. A whole slice banana would work perfectly on our open plates are our elephant plate

Banana Balls

Bamboo suction bowl filled with banana balls


🥄  2 bananas - mashed 

🥄  180g porridge oats 

🥄  60g cocoa nibs

🥄  1 tbsp chia seeds

🥄 1 tbsp vanilla extract

🥄  1 tbsp cinnamon powder 

🥄 60ml honey (optional). Replace with 60ml maple syrup.

🥄  60g peanut butter. Replace with any nut butter.


Place all ingredients together in one bowl. Mix well. Form small balls in the palm of your hand and allow to set for at least 20 minutes in the fridge.

Serve up on an eco rascals bamboo suction bowl for kids

Tropical Smoothie

 Banana smoothie inside an eco rascals bamboo cup

Ingredients - makes two

🥄  160g frozen mango (save four pieces to decorate)

🥄  2 frozen bananas

🥄  80g frozen pineapple 

🥄  1 tbsp honey (optional)

🥄  240g yoghurt of your choice (Greek or coconut)

🥄 1 tsp of coconut flakes 


Add the mango, banana, pineapple, honey and yoghurt to a blender and blender until smooth. 

Pour into an eco rascals cup and garnish with mango chunks and coconut flakes. 


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