Bananas are so easy to like. First of all they are super cheap(especially nice for those on a limited college budget), they are portable, most little kids, adults, and monkeys like bananas, AND did I mention that they go down the hatch pretty easily?! LOL
Whether its gluten free banana bread, fresh bananas, banana splits, banana smoothies, or banana chips I'm game!
A few weeks back I saw a pin on Pinterest on baked banana chips and I personally thought it was an ingenious idea!
Back to the banana chips! The baked version are not as crispy or crunchy like the store bought ones that I normally buy, (duh they're not deep-fried) but they are just as good!
Slightly chewy near the middle and depending on how thin you slice them the bananas have a light and air-y texture.
You don't need to be a master baker to make theses tasty gluten free snacks. Simply slice the bananas and throw them on a baking sheet. In essence we are dehydrating the bananas in the oven. = Delicious!
Kris and T are two college students that are both diagnosed with Celiac Disease. The goal of our blog is to provide tips, advice, and information on gluten free dining while on a budget. We will provide resturant reviews, recipes, product reviews, and tips on gluten free eats!
Kris & T Go Gfree offers gfree suggestions and tips for eating out safely based on our current knowledge of restaurant protocol, menu, and naturally gluten free foods. However, we shall not be held accountable for any and all viewers' own actions shall they become ill after trying our recommended selections. Viewers/followers of our blog are responsible for their own actions and thus consequences- in other words, eat at your own risk. Everyone's sensitivity levels are different and you should be well aware before deciding to consume any food items. Thank you.