If not eaten out of hand, bananas most often find their way into desserts or sweet breads. Enjoy this fruit in Banana Cheesecake, Banana Chocolate Chip Bars, Bananas Foster Gelato, or Island-Style Banana Bread.
This is a great recipe to make when you have overripe bananas at your house. Being extra-ripe means that they are sweeter and are easier to mash.
Here's the perfect solution for using up overripe bananas: Bake a scrumptious walnut-filled bread with this easy recipe.
For extra chocolate flavor, use grated bittersweet chocolate for the sprinkles.
Enjoy a fruity dessert in just 15 minutes! Serve these caramelized bananas on their own or on top of a bowl of vanilla ice cream.
Coffee-flavored liqueur or spiced rum can be used to make these cinnamon and sugar bananas. Use them to top ice cream or yogurt.
Use this sweet spread on muffins, toast, and pancakes.
Layer instant pudding with shortbread cookies and grilled buttery sweet bananas for this tempting Southern-style dessert.
Ready in just 15 minutes, this easy recipe instantly awes guests. Brown sugar, bananas, and a splash of liqueur are warmed and poured over ice cream for an enticing dessert.
For breakfast, spoon this syrup over French toast or waffles. For dessert, try it over ice cream.
Who can pass up chocolate for breakfast? If blueberries aren't one of your favorite fruits, substitute another fruit.
The first cakes can be traced back thousands of years to the Middle East, where they were flat baked mixtures of coarsely ground grain and water. Later, honey and sugar became standard ingredients, then sweet spices such as cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. When cakes made their way to Europe, they evolved to the status of sweetened breads, leavened with yeast. During the 17th century cakes took on the rich, delicate qualities familiar today. This fanciful cake recipe has cream cheese frosting rolled inside; it's quite easy to make.