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Unwanted banana

This recipe is also my own invention after the rest of the family turned their noses over bananas with brown spots on the skin. But no one detested such a “disguised” bannan. It’s a really tasty and quick made dessert for the gourmets among us – a great combination of bananas, chestnut puree and chocolate. Mliaaaaam!

Preparation time 10 minutes .. Durability none, because too tasty


  • 3 bananas, who cannot win a beauty contest
  • 150 g chestnut puree (rest of went to duck paté)
  • 100 g dark chocolate
  • 1 thick Tbsp sour cream (I had no whipped cream)
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla sugar
  • 2 Tbsp icing sugar
  • juice of 1/2 little lemon


Break the bananas in the food processor. Add lemon juice, vanilla and powdered sugar and chestnut puree, and mix until smooth (a scoop of banana here and there isn’t a disaster). Meanwhile, cut the chocolate into smaller pieces, add the sour cream (I didn’t feel like walking to the whipped cream store) and let it melt in the microwave for 2 x 30 seconds. Then mix the chocolate thoroughly so that no lumps remain in it and add it to the banana-chestnut mixture in the robot. Let it mix briefly and then pour the cream into bowls or cups.

The cream is delicious and thanks to the lemon it tastes really refreshing. I actually added chocolate as a thickener, which my gourmets will definitely appreciate – especially if they have a larger bowl for dessert after dinner and smaller glasses than to take with me before work. 🙂

Enjoy your meal!

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