Plantain Snacks

Plantain Snacks
  • Time: 5-10 minutes
  • Serves: 1 x 5 oz
  • Difficulty: Easy

Not sure how to cook plantains? We got you covered! Plantains, often overshadowed by their cousin the banana, are a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber, making them an excellent choice for promoting immunity, heart health, and gut health. This recipe provides a simple method on how to cook plantains, transforming them into a nutritious snack or side dish.

We harvest ripe plantains which have less starch and more sweet flavor. When baked, the natural sweetness is released along with a creamy and satisfying texture. By incorporating plantains into your diet, you're not only indulging in a delicious treat but also supporting overall health and wellness. Dive into the world of plantains and explore their potential today.

Recipe Benefits

  • Immunity
  • Heart Health
  • Gut Health


  • Directions
    1. PAN COOK: Place pan on a stovetop low - medium. Melt 1 tbsp of butter and add plantains. Cook until desired texture.

    2. OVEN COOK: Turn oven on to 350° Place parchment paper or foil on a baking sheet then add plantains. Cook for 8-10.

    3. MICROWAVE: Cook plantains in increments of 3 minutes until desired texture.

  • Nutritional Benefits

      Vitamin A plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy immune system, protects your vision and eye health, and helps your heart, lungs, and kidneys function properly.


      Potassium is an electrolyte that regulates the heartbeat, ensures proper function of nerves and muscles, and plays a vital role in protein synthesis and carbohydrate metabolism.


      Fiber aids in many important functions within the body, including maintaining steady blood sugar levels, keeping hunger at bay, fueling a healthy gut microbiome, and aiding in bowel regularity.

  • Advanced Nutrients

    Macronutrients are the nutritive components of food that the body needs for energy and to maintain the body's structure and systems.

    Nutritional Facts

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