So I know we’ve been concentrating on desserts and junk food and candy and all that, so I thought today, the second to last day of Dancing Deer CEO Trish Karter’s ride to raise awareness of family homelessness, I would give you a recipe for something that is healthy.
Actually, that part about this dish being healthy was an absolute and total fabrication. I mean, there are bananas in this dish. But I’m pretty darn sure the white chocolate and the cookies pretty much outweigh the bananas’ nutrients. Then again, you gotta have a little fun, right? Or maybe 15 days’ worth!!
This is the first official dessert post for unResolution month (I know it’s confusing since last night featured the final unResolution fried post, a recipe for fried cookie dough. It made sense when I was planning it all out, but don’t worry, it’s going to get more confusing before it gets better.)
So as many of you may know, I am not a baker. Not at all so I am always very interested in what I call “chef’s desserts.” Chefs desserts are perfect for people with a need to stir and tinker and adjust without needing to put something in the *gasp* oven where God only knows what is happening to it. So for tonight’s recipe, I took a cue from Pete Dulin and played around with…
Now Pete had all sorts of ideas for different sauces: chocolate Frangelico, coconut milk, cream, and rum sauce. I really admire Pete’s ambition and encourage all of you to try out his various sauces. In fact, I plan to make them in the future, but the night I was frying up my bananas, I wanted something simple like agave nectar (or honey for non-vegans) and just a smidgen of powdered sugar.
Anyway, no matter how you top your tempura bananas, get ready for a delicious, sugary unResolution treat!