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July 30, 2009


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I love crisps. And caramelly banana crisps? Well, sounds amazing.


Oh crap, now I want some of this along with some yummy vanilla ice cream! I have no words except that is simply amazing.

I love the photos, especially of the first one when the butter rum is dripping on the side of the ramekins

Dawn (foodnfit)

Mouth Watering!


That looks ah-mazing! Thank you!


This is awesome!! Very impressive battle. You should submit this to Recipe4Living.com!

Jackie at PhamFatale

Wow, this dessert looks to die for! I love the hot butter rum sauce. And the picture looks great with sauce spilling over the side of the ramekin.


My goodness that looks good! Wishing I had some bananas right now =)


you know, i've never seen a banana crisp. what a travesty that the wonderful fruit is most often reserved for breads and the like. this is putting the ol' nanner center stage, where it belongs...except for that pesky rum sauce trying to steal the spotlight. :) delicious!


This sounds so amazingly good!


Teanna, you didn't have to say anything. Just one picture of that luscious dessert and you've won me over.


This looks really yummy! You're making me really hungry and its already close to midnight in Singapore.

Amy (Sing for your supper)

Oh. My. Gah. This looks TO DIE FOR!! I can't wait to give this a try!!


Hey, Teanna! I made this last night and the kids LOVED it just as I knew they would. I doubled the recipe and made four. I will definitely be making this again. I did make a few changes. Once I cooked the bananas I didn't add any of the spices. I added 'em to the crisppart. I also left out the white sugar. My bananas were almost over cooked after being cooked on the stove and then baked for 40 mins. Next time I might not precook 'em but instead pour the brown sugar melted butter mixture on top of the bananas and THEN bake 'em. Did that make sense? Thanks for sharing the recipe. Seriously they went gaga over this one.


Oh my word! I don't think it gets much better than that. I have got to try this!


Drooling. OMG.

The Gourmet Foodie

I'm so making this for dinner tonight!


This sounds really awesome Teanna. I've been wanting to make something like this for a while.


I just bookmarked this - my kind of banana snack.

Tangled Noodle

I love apple crisp but I never thought about banana! This looks deliciously fantastic!

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