Wednesday, February 9, 2011

20 Sweets in 20 Weeks - #10: Banana Sundae

9 Cream and Cherry

So I remember saying that this was going to be the ultimate banana sundae - but perhaps it isn't the ultimate - more like an average kinda banana sundae. I had all these hopes and dreams for the most amazing banana sundae ever, but when it came the day to make it - let me just say I had some issues. They weren't food issues that I was having - it was more like screaming children issues. So in the end it was all very rushed - it wasn't as pretty as I wanted, the photos were cruddy and I didn't get to make it all fancy-schmancy. All that being said I did manage to make a banana sundae that consisted of 12 layers of evilness, and while it may not be the ultimate banana sundae I still thoroughly enjoyed eating it.

12 All gone

Not the Ultimate Banana Sundae
Makes 1

Bottle of chocolate topping
One banana, sliced
Mini marshmallows
Good quality vanilla ice-cream, slightly softened
M&M's
Whipped cream
Glace cherry
  1. Grab an old-fashioned milkshake glass. 
  2. Pour a little bit of chocolate topping into the bottom.
  3. Add a few slices of banana.
  4. Add a very small handful of mini marshmallows.
  5. Add a small scoop of ice-cream and squish it into the glass.
  6. Pour on a little more chocolate topping.
  7. Add a few more slices of banana.
  8. Add a very small handful of M&M's.
  9. Add another small scoop of ice-cream and squish it into the glass.
  10. Add a few more slices of banana.
  11. Add enough ice-cream to nearly fill the glass, again squish it in.
  12. Add some more mini marshmallows and M&M's.
  13. Top with whipped cream and the glace cherry.
  14. Consume.

1 Sliced Banana
Slice up your banana.

2 Sundae Glass
Grab your glass.

3 Choc and Banana
Add chocolate topping and banana.

4 Marshmallows
Some mini marshmallows.

5 Ice Cream
Pack down the ice-cream.

6 MandMs
Add chocolate topping, banana and M&M's.

7 Layers
More ice-cream and banana.

8 More
More marshmallows and M&M's - why the hell not?

10 Done
Top with a ridiculous amount of whipped cream and a glace cherry.

11 Eat
Eat it!

And just out of curiousity - if you were making the ultimate banana sundae what would you put in it?

10 comments:

apparentlyjessy said...

Looks pretty decadent and fancy-shmancy to me! I always think that caramel goes pretty well with banana, perhaps there would be a caramel layer somewhere in there as well! EPIC!

Paris Pastry said...

Oh dear, how decadent! 12 layers?? Yum! I once I had this amazing banana sundea with vanilla, strawberry & chocolate ice cream, chocolate fudge sauce, caramel sauce, strawberry cream, whipped cream and almonds! It was too big for me alone, but I really enjoyed it.

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

Sorry you had some trobules making it - but it looks awesome in the end! 12 layers is a big accomplishment!

Melanie's Randomness said...

I think it still looks fancy!! Oooo I love the layers!! This is like a dessert meal that i will have to do very soon. I love banana sundaes!! hmmm yummy!!

Melanie's Randomness

oneordinaryday said...

Some days it would be so nice to lock myself in a room - alone! - and eat an ultimate sundae. Maybe you'll have to try it that way next time. :)

Xiaolu said...

Dang, that is one loaded banana sundae of goodness! I'm almost scared to see what you ultimate one would be ;P. This looks delicious enough to me!

Talia said...

I think I'd go for a layer of carmel somewhere in there, and maybe some chocolate bar (cherry ripe, crunchie... something similar) crumbled up as well!

This looks yummy as though! So. Much. Cream!!

Levin said...

I'd leave out the marshmallows - but only because I don't like anything but roasted marshmallows or melted ones.....I'd be inclined to add a little caramel with it - banana and caramel....mmmmmm
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By the Bluegrass said...

Oh, some serious 'yum' there!

BTW- I don't know what two of the desserts are that we are voting on this week....golden syrup and chocolate buns or berry scrolls.

Alicia (The Red Deer) said...

By the Bluegrass - they are just two sweet recipes that I have found that use yeast.