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Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce

Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce is perfect to make and enjoy this time of year! Fresh oranges have flooded the market place and green-tipped bananas are never a problem! This is one fruit dessert that will not leave you looking for something else, once you leave the table...

Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce, what a delicious way to end your meal while enjoying the virtues of eating fruit (or mostly fruit) for dessert. I have been making this on and off for over 20 years and it is always refreshing. This is one of those recipes just for the two of you, but if there are more diners at your table it is really easy to double and even triple the recipe!


Actually, this recipe is so easy to make, there is not a lot of need to explain it! Juice an orange, slice a couple of bananas, quickly cook up the caramel sauce and that is it, dessert can be served! I hope you enjoy this sinful way to have fruit for dessert because we sure do!

Ingredients needed for this recipe:
  • bananas
  • fresh orange
  • butter
  • brown sugar
  • cinnamon
  • sour cream or dairy product of choice
You will also need the following:
  • cutting board
  • kitchen knife
  • saute pan
  • citrus juicer
  • silicone spatula for stirring
Now you are ready to begin!

Fruit for dessert is always a good choice and Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce is delicious!
Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce

Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce
by the seat of my pants!

1/2 of a fresh orange
2 green-tipped bananas
1 T butter
2 T brown sugar
dash of cinnamon 
sour cream
OR
vanilla yogurt
OR
vanilla ice cream
OR 
mascarpone cheese

Fresh orange juice for Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce.

Juice the orange, pour into a flat saute pan along with the butter, brown sugar, and cinnamon.

Easy to make caramel sauce for Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce.

Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer until the orange juice has reduced and the mixture forms a syrupy thickness.

Green-tipped bananas are perfect for Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce.
You do want a green-tipped banana for this recipe.


Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce begins with thickly sliced bananas!
Diagonal slices are easier to work with and look lovely on the plate.


Peel bananas and slice thickly on the diagonal.

Warm the bananas gently, for Bananas in Orange Caramel Sauce.
Fold bananas into the sauce, however, do not cook.

Fold into the orange caramel sauce and heat gently - but do not cook- you want firm banana slices.

To serve:
Proof that fruit for dessert is delicious!
A beautiful fruit dessert your family will enjoy!

Place a spoonful of sour cream (or the dairy selection of choice) on the serving plate, sprinkle with cinnamon. Spoon banana slices and sauce around the sour cream. Serve immediately.

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  1. sorry bananas are a no-no but the orange caramel sauce sounds fabulous!

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    1. Sherry, I get it, while I can and enjoy bananas, I run into banana overload very easily! But I have good news for the non-banana eaters, I also have a pear and pecan version of this delicious treat to share...

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  2. My husband loves bananas. I bet he'd like this dessert. (I like bananas too)

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    1. The best part about this dessert, is the fresh taste, even in winter! Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday, 514. Hope you are having a great week and come back to see us soon!
    Miz Helen

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