This article is about the spell. For the tablet, see Bones to bananas.
Bones To Bananas turns all normal bones and big bones in your inventory into bananas, which heal up to 200 life points each. This spell can be used to stay fighting without having to use the bank for a long time; however, due to the relatively high cost of a nature rune, bones, and low healing ability of bananas, it is rarely used.
Some players use the spell to help train Summoning, since bananas are used in making Fruit bat pouches. It can be quicker to gather bones in places near banks where a lot of fighting occurs rather than going to Karamja (even by teleport) and picking bananas there.
This spell may be transferred to a piece of soft clay at a lectern in the Study of a Player-owned house, creating a magic tablet. The same runes are required, as well as the magic level needed to cast the spell, and the magic experience is gained at the time the tablet is created. The default option is to 'Break' this tablet, which casts the spell, but does not give any experience.
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The spell has 50% chance of not using any runes if a player completed hard Lumbridge and Draynor Tasks. The advantage lasts 10 times each day. The required runes don't have to be in your inventory to cast it, if the effect does not activate, you will get the message that you are missing the runes, if it does, you will cast the spell. With a full inventory of 28 bones, a profit of 1820 coins per spell can be made. Note: this does not work when trying to make tablets.
- This is, in all probability, the spell which added to infamously unlucky pirate Unlucky Jenkins's resume of bad luck (It turned his ribs to bananas, which were promptly ripped out by monkeys).
- The spell is possibly an easter egg refering to the song "I Like Bananas (Because They Have No Bones) by The Hossier Hotshots. The lyrics of the song state: "I don’t like your peaches, They are full of stones, But I like bananas, Because they have no bones". This indicates that Bones To Peaches might also be an easter egg to this song.
- If you have bones in your inventory, but none that work with the spell, you get a message that states, "The bones you're holding aren't suitable for banaification."