Cheater's Bananas Foster

Cheater's Bananas Foster created by Northwestgal

This is a tasty non-alcoholic version of Bananas Foster that I encountered while at college and have adapted for when I want Bananas Foster but have no alcohol to make it with.

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  • Slice up a banana into quarter inch slices.
  • Then melt butter and brown sugar in a frying pan, making sure to stir as you do so.
  • After a minute or so, add the sliced banana and stir to make sure the banana gets coated in the sauce.
  • Let the banana fry, while you quickly scoop out ice cream into two bowls.
  • Pour topping over ice cream and if desired garnish with whipped cream.
  • Immediately serve.
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"This is a tasty non-alcoholic version of Bananas Foster that I encountered while at college and have adapted for when I want Bananas Foster but have no alcohol to make it with."

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  1. RoseRiver
    Simply perfect. Easy to make (and that's with me sick!) and quick to serve. My sister and mother loved it! So did I. Great for a simple treat on a warm or cold day. Even when your ill, makes the day better. Thanks Babycat!
  2. missmelis27
    simple & delicious...especially with cool whip :)
  3. DailyInspiration
    My DH absolutely loved this dish. He is a banana lover and this was perfect for him. We did not make the whipped cream as the combination of the bananas and the ice cream was decadent enough. I'm sure I'll be making this again in the near future now that DH has discovered this wonderful dessert. Made for Fall PAC, 2012.
  4. spin1424
    I wanted a quick, easy recipe to top a sweet ungspannkaka - Swedish oven pancake. It worked great, and looked yummy inside the bowl like structure of the puffy pancake. Thanks Babycat for a keeper.
  5. Charmie777
    This was great! But I had to double the sauce for each serving...probably cuz my menfolk had huge servings!
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