Enjoy making (and eating!) these fantastic kid creations. See the smiles multiply with treats and meals made just for Chiquita Banana kids.
A nutritious and delicious after school snack that just might become your kid’s favorite fast food.
This combination of sliced Chiquita bananas and milk makes an easy, low fat breakfast or snack. Your little ones will love Chiquita Bananas-Cut-Up-In-Milk!
Dress your toast up like the Stars and Stripes with Chiquita Bananas!
Three classic tastes combined in one delicious sandwich.
These meatballs have a banana surprise in the middle! Cooked in the slow cooker, this recipe makes a great dinner choice for busy days.
Serve salty and sweet Chiquita Banana Socials as a healthy snack after school or at your next party.
Forget the hot dogs, ketchup and mustard. Serve a banana on a bun with peanut butter and jelly. Kids will love it, and they can help make it, too.
Try these whole grain pancakes, made extra-fluffy with nonfat ricotta cheese, and check out our variation for Alphabet Pancakes, too!
Get the kids in on the preparation of this easy, healthy frozen banana chocolate treat. Great with nuts!
A traditional Chiquita banana split in red, white, and blue uniform with a variety of toppings to make it festive!
There’s even smore to love when you take this chocolate and marshmallow campfire classic and add bananas.
Bananas and wheat flour make a moister, denser, more succulent cornbread. Get creative in the kitchen with our Banana Cornbread recipe and watch the video for some additional tips.
Nobody will say Boo to this spookily delicious chocolate, banana and peanut butter cake. Why wait till Halloween?
Everyone will love this classic banana split recipe. Get creative with toppings, sauces and fresh fruit from your local grocery store.
So easy your kids will love to make these! Just 3 simple ingredients and you have a dessert that’s sure to please.
It's the perfect party treat: chocolate-banana cream surrounded by soft Chiquita Banana chocolate chip cookies. So good!
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