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Toppings: Caramelized Bananas and Chocolate Sauce

I’ve mentioned that we like to have casual meals on Sunday evenings. Well, this holiday weekend, we took that to the extreme.

We’d had ice cream sundaes the night before, after our holiday barbecue, so we took the ice cream and the toppings and put them on our pipping hot waffles: caramelized bananas and chocolate sauce.

It was seriously delicious.

One of the kids, a ten-year-old, said to her mother Friday evening, “This is so good! You should ge the recipe.”

So here it is. Easier than you can believe. I suppose you may not count these are recipes, since I don’t really include “how much.” The point is, it doesn’t matter.

Waffles with ice cream, caramelized bananas, and chocolate sauce: does that count as dinner? Hmm. Let me think about that with this next bite…

Ice Cream Toppings: Carameized Bananas and Chocolate Sauce

By Rebecca Reid Published: July 8, 2009

    I've mentioned that we like to have casual meals on Sunday evenings. Well, this holiday weekend, we took that to the extreme. We'd …

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    1. Bananas: Melt the butter in a small frying pan. Add the brown sugar and sliced banana and stir together. Make sure the banana slices are well covered wtih brown sugar, and then keep on the heat until the sugar melts into a syrupy sauce. Adjust amounts as necessary to meet your needs. It doesn't keep well, so don't make more than you need.
    2. Chocolate Sauce: Melt the chocolate chips in a small sauce pan with some cream. The more cream you add, the less quickly it will harden when it hits the cold ice cream. You choose how much.

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