It's even better if you do it with coconut oil and dust it with cinnamon. Mmm... I might try slicing the bananas and putting them in the freezer ahead of time to help them hold their consistency a bit better.
the sweet plantains (black skin) fry up nicely in ghee and then top with whipped coconut milk....heaven! or you can bake them skin on in the oven then top with whipped coconut milk and melted butter...
Plantain bananas (Platanos in Spanish) and regular bananas cook very nicely in coconut oil and/or ghee. Personally, I like to use one spoonful of each for a nice mix for multiple reasons. The coconut oil provides amazing flavor and MCTs. The ghee provides the pasture butter nutrients (which I won't get into here) and ghee also splatters less. I have found that using half ghee splatters less than using 100% coconut oil. Since ghee and coconut oil are both nutritious and equally delicious, using one or the other can work very well too. Either way, fried bananas are a yummy treat. You can dust it with cinnamon or whatever, but seriously the flavor is so good as is that you really don't need anything else.
I just wouldn't recommend doing this too often, since bananas are fairly high in sugar. But if you're gonna choose a dessert anyway... I'd say fried bananas are a much better choice than a piece of cheesecake or a bowl of ice cream or a treat from the starbucks glass counter.