2 Reviews

This is a fantastic warm banana dessert. I made this for DH's Father's Day dinner. Everyone loved it. Who wouldn't love buttery, puffed phyllo with warm banana and chocolate inside? I omitted the pecans, as I had none on hand. One suggestion for this recipe is to halve each banana instead of wrapping a whole banana, as a whole banana was just too much. Another suggestion is to add directions to the recipe for making the chocolate drizzle. I microwaved 1 cup milk chocolate chips and 3 tbs. butter for 30 seconds at a time, stirring between each microwave re-set, until the mixture was just the right consistency for drizzling. Yum! Thanks for sharing this recipe. Now I shall tip-toe back into the kitchen and polish off the rest of my banana wellington. Shhh... :)

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MarthaStewartWanabe June 19, 2011

I made these for Christmas dessert and they were great! Such an elegant dessert...everyone was impressed. My banana's were just a little too ripe, so be sure to use firm banana's. I also only used a half a banana in each one, a full banana was way too big. I will definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing!

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Barbs Miller December 29, 2007
Bananas Wellington for Four