Wondering what to do with all those really ripe bananas? Are you sick of making banana bread with them? If so, may I suggest trying this quick and tasty 'dessert sauce' that I like to make? Couldn't be easier. Just throw your really ripe bananas into your food processor and let 'er rip. Once the bananas are smooth and creamy, add in a couple of spoonfuls of peanut butter or PB2. Then add in a tablespoon of cocoa powder. Process again until nice and silky smooth. Taste...add a bit more cocoa powder if you want a bigger chocolate flavor. Or...add more peanut butter if you want it more nutty. If it needs it, add a little sweetener of choice. Once you've got it tasting the way you want, give it another go-around the processor ~ just for fun. If you want it a bit thinner, add a little water or milk. You're in control, do it however it makes you happy. :) Use your Easy Peanut Butter-Chocolate Banana Sauce poured over ice cream; drizzled on angel food cake; as a sweet chocolatey dip for strawberries/apples/fruit; dunked with cut up pound cake (kinda like a 'chilled' chocolate fondue); spread over bagels/breakfast cookies/graham crackers; lick it right off the spoon; as an icing on a cupcake that you're going to eat right away...or schmeared over anything else you can think of. I think it's a pretty darn clean eating way to enjoy your chocolate. How about you?