Thursday, May 7, 2015

Banana Baked with Honey

My friend went to Thailand for the long weekend and brought home boxes of these snacks and gave me a few packs.

One pack gives 30 kilocalories according to the packaging.

There are two slices of baked banana coated with honey inside a pack.

Sticky and sweet - energy food I guess.

24 comments:

  1. Can bake one's own, I guess. These days, the fritters with cheese seem very popular.

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  2. Looks very nice and sweet, I think we can make our own.. Bake in oven, drizzle with some honey.. Wah, nice..

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    1. You can bake some for your boys. :)

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    1. Yes, veru sweet but not very, very sweet.

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  4. have not seen this before in Thailand, I remember seeing banana skewers on grills only.. wow, when I see what's inside, I know it's something very sweet.. actually I would prefer banana baked with Nutella, hehe!! did that once and it tastes okay, have you tried?? :p

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    1. No, I seldom eat Nutella as I find that too sweet for my liking.

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  5. Looks like so sweet to me ya, will give a pass, hehe!!

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    1. You don't eat sweet food at all?

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    2. Seldom, besides chocolate and ice cream, hehe

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  6. My fruit blend occasionally have these 2 ingredients too, banana and honey. But looking at them like this as a snack makes me feel like they are very fattening! @.@

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  7. Oh dear, I can just imagine the amount of preservatives they use to keep this from going bad as bananas perish quickly :(

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    1. But the packaging says no preservatives!

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  8. I love trying treats from other countries. This one looks sickeningly sweet!

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    1. No, I don't find it sickening sweet, it is sweet but still ok.

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  9. I've had something like this in Thailand but not individually wrapped, just laid out in rows in flat transparent packaging. Cheapo version hehe. OK to try la...

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    1. I think should taste the same. :)

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  10. This reminds me of smoked bananas (pisang salai) that is quite popular in Johor. I tried that once but did not like the smokey taste. The one you have is probably nicer.

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    1. Not sure whether it is nicer than your smoked ones or not but this one definitely did not have that smokey taste.

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  11. I am sure it is very, very sweet. Plenty of calories to burn after eating it.

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    1. Actually not that sweet but sweet nevertheless. According to the packaging, only 30 kilocalories to burn. Good to eat this before running a marathon.

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  12. Banana is already so sweet and now coated with honey? Hmm... somemore you are not into sweet sweet stuff :D

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