3 Reviews

This was so delicious and so easy to make! I made half the amount and it was good for a snack for 4 of us. I lightly browned the coconut in a frying pan while the fruit was in the oven and I really liked the toasted taste of it. I will just cut the banana into 1" pieces the next time so they stay together better. So good! Made for ZWT7. Thanks Maryland Jim! :)

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Nif June 08, 2011

Wowser! This really surprised me, as I've never made anything like it before! I made it as directed, using bananas just ripe enough to eat, but not so ripe that they were starting to form brown spots. The result is a delightfully fresh-tasting-festive-not-overly-sweet picture perfect dish! DH believes this should be served at any brunch involving guests, complementing French toast and eggs! Thanks, Maryland Jim! Made for ZWT5, Kitchen Witches.

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mersaydees June 14, 2009

I'm reviewing this with no stars as I think I may have screwed something up...maybe my bananas were too ripe? Or not ripe enough? But it never really came together and the bananas never got soft. So I think I screwed something up somewhere...sorry about that Jim! I had really high hopes for this recipe as it sounded so darn good!! Congrats on winning the football pool!

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Troop Angel October 28, 2007
Banana Ambrosia