By Maito on July 26, 2007
Photo by 2Bleu
Photo by 2Bleu
"These are great for breakfast over pancakes, waffles, french toast, crepes, oatmeal, etc. Or serve with low fat ice cream and toasted macadamia nuts for dessert. You can use regular tub margarine or butter in place of the cooking spray. However, this will double the cooking time, and make for a crunchier stickier outside to your banana."
Serving Size: 1 (143 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Just amazing! I've made these a few times now, to put on ice cream. I fry them in butter and it works out fantastic. Sometimes I put in some chopped nuts if I have them lying around, and this makes this dish just out of this world."
"This was so good & so easy to make! I loved the crunchy coating. I used Splenda in place of the regular sugar which lowered the calorie count. Served it over vanilla ice cream making it a wonderfully simple dessert. Loved it & will make it again."
"It was alright taste bitter"
"This was REALLY REALLY easy!! I added some cinnamon and walnuts when it was about halfway done then poured it on vanilla icecream. Also, I used some pretty ripe bananas (I was worried about this) and it was fine. One large banana cut into coins was enough for two people to enjoy without going overboard."
"delicious. I made some with sugar, some with honey, and some with no extra sweetener. They all tasted the same. I say skip the extra sweetener and go natural."
"these were really really good. I did what some of the other reviewers did and added cinnamon to the sugar and used butter instead of cooking spray. I will make these again!"
"These were really tasty. They had a nice candy-like crust and were soft and gooey inside. I served them with fresh strawberries on a Dutch Baby. I think next time I'll add some cinnamon to the sugar for a little extra flavor."
"Made these tonight and served with ice cream. All I have to say is DELICIOUS !!!! Will definately try again. Made for PRMR tag."
"We really liked this - ate on Pecan ice cream. I may have cut the bananas too thin because they got really sticky - stuck to our teeth, but oh so good. I will definitely make again. Want to try them on pancakes or waffles. Thanks for a great recipe."
"I thought these were delicious but very sweet. I overcrowded the pan and had trouble flipping them in time. Next time I will make two batches. I had them for breakfast on some chocolate bread. Yum!"
"wow this is great with only 2 ingredients. It tastes like creme brulee. We ate them on pecan ice cream. Delicious. Thanks Maito :)"
"These were delicious over ice cream, and sprinkled with chopped macadamias. Made as a yummy prize for the Top Favorites game!"
"These were great! So easy to make. You would be a fool not to try and make them......so yummy. I will be using these for everything. tonight I had it on ice cream."
"Excellent is all I can say! I served them with crepes and sugar on top. Will use this recipe many times I'm sure. Thanks for posting."
"Yum! These were really tasty, and so easy. I served them on toast. I loved the way they were crunchy on the outside, but soft and gooey on the inside."
"Don't know why I waited so long to make these! They are super easy! Warning though, don't eat them with something that's already sweet. I ate them with butterscotch ripple icecream and the sweetness was a little too much."
"I made these for on top our breakfast oatmeal. I followed the recipe as written other then I used Splenda instead of sugar as that is all I buy. They were good and easy to make."
"Made these today for a snack served on top of vanilla yogurt. I had no trouble getting them to carmelize. My only mistake was cutting a few of the coins too thin, making them difficult to manipulate. Be sure to cut them in thick slices. Also, may have had my heat up a little too high because a couple of them started to burn before I could get them out of the pan. Other than my mess ups, this was a quick, easy and tasty recipe. Thanks Maito. Made for PRMR Aug. 2008"
"Computer's on the fritz; and apparently so is my brain because I almost forgot to review this. I couldn't get onto my computer to access this recipe a few days ago, so I attempted to make it by heart. All I had was a light non-stick spray so that's what I used. I just made one banana worth and cut into coins. Interesting way to make bananas. I decided to try these on oatmeal (quick-cooking oats made in microwave per instructions on package), and they were pretty good. My memory served me well and I ended up following the directions exactly. I will probably make these again. I'd like to find out how they taste on vanilla soy ice craem. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game. Thanks for sharing Maito! :)"
"A very unique recipe requiring minimal ingredients, we made the slices and the strips versions. With the strips, we sliced off the round edge so both sides would be flat to make it more uniform during cooking. This worked quite well. We prefered the strips, as they held their crispiness better, while Buddha's son prefered the slices. This is a great topping to make a dish of 'upscale ice cream'."