I make this myself, though I add more butter :: grin ::: This is a WONDERFUL treat and usually can be made with what you have on hand. I also like to add some walnuts in there for a crunchy texture.
Incredibly delicious, and incredibly easy. Take an extra five minutes to add a touch of class to your simple vanilla ice cream. Including the optional ounce of rum is highly recommended.
I overcooked the bananas, so will add them last next time. I also added pecans and butterscotch topping. Even with the mushy bananas, a food sex moment.
I wanted something sweet and yummy! This easy little recipe was the answer... I did not have ice cream so served it over plain yogurt... not as good as serving with ice cream, but it satisfied my sweet craving! Prepared for the Recipes without Photos Tag game March 2013
And... the rum is a must when making Bananas Foster...IMHO!
Deeeelicious! Simple and decadent. I used a 1/2 cup of brown sugar and think I'll use only a 1/4 cup next time.It was a tad too sweet for our taste, but yummy all the same. I'll be making this again. Thanks for posting.
I was really in the random mood for bananas foster, and this was simple, quick, and alcohol-free, yet was thoroughly delicious. A great recipe.
Delicious! I used 1/2 cup brown sugar and 3 T butter in mine. Thanks for sharing this easy dessert!!!
Loved this and was easy to make. We used it to pour over crepes.
I have always thought this was something hard to make, don't know why. I had some bananas that I wanted to use up so I figured I would try it. I followed the recipe ingredients exactly. I did flip the bananas before adding the sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and salt. I also added some spiced rum when I added those ingredients. It turned out so yummy! I served it over ice cream and we all licked our bowls clean. The bananas were soft but not too soft. I think cuz they weren't soft when I sliced them. They were great and I want to thank you for the easy but delicious recipe rouxdog! It's a keeper!
I toned down the sugar (a lot) and added a bit of cayenne pepper, and then it was just right!