This was so wonderful-fast, easy & delicious! I made a really small portion to top some granola as a snack-and I just microwaved it to warm it up. But I loved the maple flavor and the sprinkle of coconut was great! I didn't use any pecans, though, but might use some granola next time. Thanks for sharing!!
Great fast dessert! Thank you!
Very quick, very easy and a result that belies the ease behind the recipe. I served this with Cornish clotted cream and my guests loved it.
I just bought a bottle of Real maple syrup just for the recipes on the world tour!! I tried this as my first recipe with it. There is a taste difference. I really liked this and hubby did too! thanks for a nice and easy dessert!
Maple syrup is not as big in Australia as in America, but I wouldn’t dream of using anything other than “real” maple syrup if a recipe called for maple syrup. I shudder think what other kind there is. That aside, for me, this recipe has been another great find while on the Zaar Tour: such a simple dessert and SO delicious. The combination of flavours and textures was wonderful. And it’s a recipe I know I’ll come back to on those all too numerous occasions when a whole lot of bananas ripen suddenly overnight, which bananas are so inclined to do. And when they do that, I don’t always have the time, energy or inclination to make a banana cake! Fabulous recipe if you haven’t tried it! I thoroughly recommend it!
These are really wonderful and so easy to make. My bananas were ripe and I think I will try making these using green tipped bananas. The coconut and pecans were nicely toasted in about 5 minutes. Served the bananas over frozen vanilla yogurt. Delicious!
kaarin...these were so simple and so awesome!!! I cut them lengthwise and served them in banana split dishes with vanilla and butter pecan ice cream. Wish I could of gotten pics but they were gone before I could find the camera...next time I promise!
Really good! Sweet enough, delicious on ice cream. I am not a good cook and this recipe turned out great! Easy and fast to do, and best of all, it is fast to clean after (not too messy).
This was really a lovely dessert and so simple to make. I thought there might not be enough maple syrup to sweeten the bananas, but the 1 tblsp did the job. If you like your desserts sweeter you may want to drizzle just a little bit more over - but not too much. The 12 minutes baking time was just long enough to soften and warm the bananas without turning them to mush. I had forgotten to buy icecream but served these as is, topped with homemade whipped cream and we all loved them.