This ship is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S

by Adrian on December 8, 2014

(a title for all the Gwen Stefani fans….me the only one?)
Anyway…what do you do with your bananas when even the specially selected bunches of green ones are too soft to retain their banana like shape anymore, and there isn’t really enough butter to make banana bread because you (and by you, I mean ‘me’), seriously underestimated how much butter a crew of 4 would get through in 3 weeks (750g so far, if they get through the next 500g it’ll be dry bread and water)…?
Crush digestive biscuits in the bottom of a glass (plastic), I used the bottom of the citrus reamer – it did a good job and let’s face it, it’s not getting used much for squeezing limes for dark and stormies at the moment.

Mash bananas (if too soft to slice), layer on top of biscuits, layer on some caramel, (invert the caramel and banana layers if you like – whatever floats your boat) and top with Greek yoghurt (or cream if you prefer).

Banoffee pie in a glass in seconds.

Jax

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Janie Lax December 8, 2014 at 17:55

Peel them when tey are black wrap in cling film and freeze, you can use at your leisure for Banana Bread.
Glad you’re surviving the Atlantic !
How’s the SSB ?!

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Mark Moss December 8, 2014 at 11:09

Wow, that looks fab! Please tell Katherine we will be expecting those on the next round Angelsy race! :)

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