May 24, 2015

How to make a Banana Cream Pie recipe or a Banana Pudding recipe. This is an easy dessert recipes using banana cream flavored JELL-O Pudding mix (cook-and-serve type), medium ripe bananas, graham pie crust that you can buy in a store, or you can also use homemade pie crust if you desired, and fresh milk. This is a quick and easy desserts or snacks for the whole family to enjoy or you can also serve as dessert for parties and friends gatherings.

INGREDIENTS: - as shown in the VIDEO above

2 packages of 3-ounce JELL-O Banana Cream Flavor Cook and Serve Pudding
4 cups of milk
4 bananas, sliced around 1/4 of an inch thickness
1 9-ounce or 10-inch size Graham Pie Crust

Banana Cream Pie Recipe - Banana Pudding Recipe - Easy Dessert Recipes
Banana Cream Pie Recipe - Banana Pudding Recipe
 As far as the Jello pudding, we used cook-and-serve type that you need to cook in a stove top. Depending on the size of your pie crust you either need just one or two 3-ounce pack of JELL-O banana cream pudding. We ended up cooking two (2) package of 3-ounce JELL-O and used more of the cooked pie fillings into the pie. We only had few spoons left that we ended up chilling in the refrigerator for eating on its own. If you are not sure how much pie filling you will need, which depends largely on the size of your pie crusts and also how many layers of fresh slice bananas you put in the pie. Personally, its good to prepare a little more than not enough, you can always eat the leftover fillings on its own after chilled.

May 15, 2015

This is my personal version of a homemade Bananas Foster recipe, or simply Fried Bananas. As you can see in the step-by-step video above I am using a fully riped banana, the banana looks spotty outside but its still perfectly ripe inside. After cutting each of the banana in half and slicing them in halves, I fried it using an olive oil, in this video. You can either use an olive oil or an unsalted butter (just melt it in the hot frying fan). You don't have to have too much of the oil or butter in the fan, just make sure that you coat the surface of the fan, and it is best to use a fully flat frying fan so that the banana will have the chance to fry evenly.

I tried other version of this recipe using butter and brown sugar, but after tasting the finished product I realized that it was too sweet so I revised the recipe, experiment and frying the banana using just an oil or melted butter and see how it would come out. As a result, I realize that brown sugar is not really needed at all since by frying the bananas their natural sugar contents naturally release and caramelize on the surface of the banana, it taste sweet as if you put sugar in them.

Fried Bananas Foster Recipe - No Bake Banana Desserts - Quick And Easy Dessert Recipes Ideas
Fried Bananas Foster Recipe - No Bake Banana Desserts
I would recommend eating the fried bananas while its hot, and you can serve it with vanilla ice cream toppings, but its not necessary to have the ice cream, you can eat it with just the banana alone, and it taste great and delicious regardless. But having the ice cream definitely give an extra flavor and new twist to the taste buds.

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