April 29, 2011
This is a sugar-fueled dessert for your occasional “sugar fix” moments. This is a no-bake cake, so easy to make you must be careful not to make it too often!
If you have some chocolatey (or fruity) leftover cake laying around, use it for the base of this “cake”. Break up the cake and line the cake within a round mould on a serving plate. Use the spoon, firmly pack the cake to form the base.
For each cake, you will need one ripe banana. Peel and cut the banana into chunks. In a sauce pan, add few tablespoonful of water and sugar, bring to a boil until the sugar is caramelised. Lower the hear, add the banana chunks and gently coat it with the caramelised sugar until the outer part of the banana chunks slightly soften.
With the mould still around the cake, arrange the caramelised banana chunks nicely on top of the cake and spoon a generous amount of the sugar syrup over the banana. Remove the mould and serve warm.
This cake is sweet, but additive!