Pound cake with Bananas, gently sauteed in a warm Kahlua sauce, topped with cold Ice Cream…YUM! A slight twist to classic bananas foster, this is the perfect dessert for two. Try it for Valentines Day or a special birthday.
Pound Cake – 2 slices
Kahlua Coffee Liqueur – 1/4 cup
Brown Sugar – 1 tsp
Orange – 1/2
Banana – 1 medium, sliced
Ice Cream – 2 scoops
1. Heat a medium non-stick skillet and add Kahlua.
2. Add Brown Sugar and mix well — Saute for 1 minute.
3. Squeeze the juice from 1/2 orange into the Kahlua mixture and continue to saute for 1 more minute.
4. Add sliced Bananas and saute until Bananas are slightly softned but not mushy — turn off stove.
5. Warm Pound Cake slices in the microwave for 10-15 seconds.
6. Place one slice of Pound Cake at the bottom of a dessert dish/cup.
7. Pour 1/2 of the warm Kahlua/Banana mixture over the Pound Cake.
8. Repeat steps 6 & 7 for second dessert dish/cup.
9. Top with 1 scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream to each dessert and serve immediately.
10. Serves 2
1. No Kahlua – no problem. Make some at home, with or without alcohol. Here is the recipe for ‘Home-Made Kahlua’
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9 thoughts on “Bananas Foster with a Kahlua Twist”
Then link for “Home made Kahlua” doesn’t show the recipe. It takes me to the “Popular Indian recipes” page.
I am a frequent visitor to this website and the recipes that I have tried have all been a success. Thanks for putting together such wonderful recipes.
I like your videos a lot..they are very detailed. One thing I would like you to add is…no. of servings..so that it will help us plan for get-together.
Hi hetal n anuja
Nice one. I m requesting to post bread pudding recipie
It is on our (long) list and we will get it it some time.
I tried this recipe on my wedding anniversary and my husband just loved it.
Hi Mona, great question…I have added the answer for everyone to see in the recipe (under tips). Try it out and let us know how it comes out.
Hmmmm, looks delicious, Do you have an alternative to Kalhua in this recipe? As we Muslims cannot drink and have Alcoholic beverages. Thanks.